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Majors, Minors & Programs

WOMEN’S COLLEGE MAJORS / MINORS

MAJORS
Division of Arts and Communication Studies

Communication Studies (B.A. degree)
Dance Education (B.A. degree, certifying to teach)
Dance (B.A. degree)
Music (B.A. degree)
Studio Art (B.A. degree)

MINORS
Division of Arts and Communication Studies

Art
Art History
Communication
Dance
Music

MAJORS
Division of Behavioral Studies and Human Inquiry

Behavioral Science (B.A. degree)
Child and Family Studies (B.A. degree)
Community and Organizational Leadership (COL) (B.A. degree)
Criminal Justice (F2F) (B.A. degree)
Political Science (B.A. degree)
Psychology (B.A. degree)
Social Work (B.A. degree)

MINORS
Division of Behavioral Studies and Human Inquiry

African American Studies
American Studies
Cultural Anthropology
Ethics
History
Organizational Leadership, Advocacy and Social Justice
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Religion
Services to Children and Families
Social Work

MAJORS
Division of Business, Mathematics, and Sciences

Accounting (B.A. degree)
Biochemistry (B.S. degree)
Biology (B.A. degree)
Biology (B.S. degree)
Business – including Business Administration, Fashion Marketing and Merchandising; Sports Management; Hospitality and Tourism Mgt. (B.A. degree) [Evening*]
Business Administration  (B.S. degree)
Chemistry, also includes a Bio Chemistry concentration (B.A. degree)
Chemistry, also includes a Bio Chemistry concentration (B.S. degree)
Computer and Information Science (B.A. degree) [Evening*]
Computer and Information Science (B.S. degree) [Evening*]
Global Business (B.S. degree)
Mathematics (B.A. degree)
Mathematics (B.S. degree)
Math Education (include accreditation and field experience) (B.A. degree, certifying to teach)
Math Education (include accreditation and field experience) (B.S. degree, certifying to teach)
Nursing (B.S.N. degree)
Public Health Science and Delivery (B.A. degree)
Public Health Science and Delivery (B.S. degree)

MINORS
Division of Business, Mathematics, and Sciences

Applied Computing, Business track
Applied Computing, Business Analytics track [Evening*]
Applied Computing, Insurance Technology [Evening*]
Applied Computing, Science track
Applied Computing, Web Development track [Evening*]
Applied Computing, Writing for Digital Media track
Biology
Chemistry
Computer and Information Science [Evening*]
Management
Mathematics

MAJORS
Division of Education

Early Childhood Education (B.A. degree, certifying to teach)
Elementary Education (B.A. degree, certifying to teach)
Intervening with At Risk Learners (B.A. degree)
Middle Level Education (B.A. degree, certifying to teach)
Special Education (B.A. degree, certifying to teach) [Evening*]
Speech and Language Pathology (B.A. degree)

MINOR
Division of Education

Speech-Language Pathology

MAJORS
Division of Languages and Literature

English Education (B.A. degree, certifying to teach)
English Literary Studies (B.A. degree)
Public Relations (B.A. degree)
Writing for Print and Digital Media (B.A. degree)

MINORS
Division of Languages and Literature

Creative Writing
English Literary Studies
French
International Studies

Public Relations
Spanish
Writing

MAJORS
Undergraduate Studies

Contractual Studies (B.A. degree)
Contractual Studies (B.S. degree)

MINORS
Undergraduate Studies

Gender and Women’s Studies
Girls Studies
Global Studies
Leadership Studies

MAJORS
Online Programs

Criminal Justice (B.A. degree)
RN to BSN (B.S. degree)
BA, Disaster and Emergency Management (B.A. degree, pilot program)

 

[Evening*]: The programs are offered by the Evening College. Women’s College students may major in these programs; however, many major courses will be offered through the Evening College on its time schedule. While students majoring in these programs must officially co-enroll for all Evening College courses taken, the usual co-enrollment restrictions and waiting periods are automatically waived for courses required by their major programs.

[Evening*]: The programs are offered by the Evening College. Women’s College students may minor in these programs; however, many minor courses will be offered through the Evening College on its time schedule. While students minoring in these programs must officially co-enroll for all Evening College courses taken, the usual co-enrollment restrictions and waiting periods are automatically waived for courses required by their minor programs.