Eastern Connecticut State University

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Eastern Connecticut State University


The B.A. or B.S. Degree


Newly admitted students must complete the following degree requirements for a B.A. or

B.S.:



Credits


Liberal Arts Core Curriculum 46



Major Area of Study 30
-
66



Note: Business Administration 66



Electives 7
-
46



Total (minimum) 120



Majors with B.A. or B.S. Option


Students in the Departments of Biology and Mathematics have the option of earning either

the B.A. or the B.S. degree. Biology and mathematics
majors should declare their degree op
-


tion before the end of the sixth semester.


Biology




BA/BS

Chemistry



BS

Computer Science



BS

English




BA

Environmental Earth Science

BS

History




BA

Mathematics



BA/BS

Performing Arts



BA

Political Science



BA

Psychology



BA

Sociology



?

Visual Arts



BA

Spanish




BA

Accounting



BS

Business Administration


BS

Communication



BS

Economics



BA

Early Childhood Education


BS

Elementary Education


BS

Physical Education


BS

Sport and Liesure Management

BS

La
bor Relations and Human

Resource Management


?






The Evergreen State College


Bachelor of Arts degree

Requires a minimum of 180 credits. If you transfer credits from another college, 45 of your last 90
credits must be earned from Evergreen. Apply at lea
st one quarter ahead of your final quarter.



Bachelor of Science degree

Requires a minimum of 180 credits. 72 of these credits must be science, math or computer science,
and 48 of those must be upper division (Jr/Sr) credits. Apply and request a B.S.
Credit Review at least
one quarter ahead of your final quarter.



Bachelor of Arts and Science degree

Requires a minimum of 225 credits. 72 of these credits must be science, math or computer science,
and 48 of those must be upper division (Jr/Sr) credits.
Apply and request a B.S. Credit Review at least
ONE YEAR ahead of your final quarter.







Fort Lewis College


Degrees Offered


Fort Lewis College offers a number of programs leading to the bachelor’s degree. The Bachelor of
Science degree is offered in b
iology, chemistry, geology, and physics; the Bachelor of Arts degree is
granted in all other four
-
year programs. In addition, the College offers a program leading to the
Associate of Arts degree in agricultural science.







Georgia College and State Univ
ersity



Art, B.A.

Biology, B.S.

Chemistry and Physics, B.S.

Criminal Justice, B.A.

Environmental Sciences, B.S.

English, B.A.

French, B.A.

Geography, B.A.

History, B.A.

Liberal Studies, B.A.

Mass Communication, B.A.

Mathematics, B.S.

Music, B.A.

Music
Education, B.M.E.

Philosophy, B.A.

Physics, B.S.

Psychology, B.S.

Political Science, B.A.

Rhetoric, B.A.

Sociology, B.A.

Spanish, B.A.

Theatre, B.A.

Accounting, B.B.A.

Computer Science, B.S.

Economics, B.A.

Economics, B.S.

General Business Administration,
B.B.A.

Management, B.B.A.

Management Information Systems, B.B.A

Marketing, B.B.A.

Early Childhood Education, B.S.

Middle Grades Education, B.S.

Special Education, B.S.

Health Education, B.S.

Music Therapy, B.M.T.

Nursing, B.S.N.

Nursing (RN
-
BSN), B.S.N.

Outdoor Education, B.S.


FOREIGN LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT


All students seeking a Bachelor of Arts degree must demonstrate minimum proficiency at the level of
a fourth university course in one foreign language. This proficiency can be demonstrated in one of
tw
o ways:



1. Course work. Students who have had two years of high school foreign language and who wish to
continue that language must enter the sequence at the 1002 level. They may audit the 1001 course
without credit. Students with three or more years o
f high school language are urged to choose the
most advanced possible language course appropriate for their language competence, upon
consultation with the Chair of the Department of Modern Languages & Cultures. The 1001 course of a
foreign language will n
ot be accepted for credit if the student has taken two years of that same
language in high school.


2. Testing. Students may also demonstrate proficiency and possibly exempt one or more courses by
(a) submitting an appropriate score on an approved nation
al test, such as a CLEP exam, or (b) by
challenging the appropriate course(s) beyond 1001, for which they must consult with the Chair of the
Department of Modern Languages & Cultures. Students who successfully meet the course
requirement receive credit hou
rs but no letter grades.


International students with non
-
immigrant visa status must complete the foreign language
requirement unless granted a waiver as specified in the International Students Admissions section of
this Catalog.


In some majors, the langu
age requirement may be fully or partly counted in Area F.







Henderson State University


Bachelor of Arts



* Communications


* English


* History


* Mass Media


* Music


* Political Science


* Psychology


* Public Administration


* Sociology


* Spanish


* Theatre Arts


Bachelor of Science



* Athletic Training


* Aviation


* Biology


* Business and Technology Education


* Chemistry


* Computer Science
-
Math


* Famil
y and Consumer Science


* Human Services


* Mathematics


* Medical Technology


* Nursing


* Physics


* Recreation







Keene State College


Art, B.A.

Art, B.F.A.

Communication, B.A.

English, B.A.

Film Studies, B.A.

French, B.A.

History, B.A.

Journalism, B.A.

Music, B.A.

Music Education,
B.M.

Music Performance, B.M.

Spanish, B.A.

Theatre and Dance, B.A.

Architecture, B.S.

Athletic Training, B.S.

Education, B.S.

Health Science, B.S.

Physical Education, B.S.

Safety and Occupati
onal Health Applied Sciences, B.S.

Sustainable Product Design and Innovation, B.S.

Applied Computer Science, B.S.

Biology, B.A.

Biology, B.S

Chemistry, B.A.

Chemistry, B.S.

Chemistry
-
Physics, B.S.

Computer Mathematics, B.S.

Economics, B.A.

Engineering, B.S.

Geography, B.A.

Geology, B.S.

Management, B.S.

Mathematics, B.A.

Mathematics Education, B.A.

Mathematics
-
Physics, B.S.


Political Science, B.A.

Psychology, B.A.

Sociology, B.A.







Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts


Art





BA

Ar
ts Management



BA

Athletic Training



BS

Biology





BS

Business Administration



BS

Computer Science



BS

Education




BS

English / Communications


BA

Environmental Studies



BA

Fine & Performing Arts



BA

Histor
y





BA

Interdisciplinary Studies



BA

Mathematics




BA

Philosophy




BA

Physics





BA/BS

Political Science and Public Policy


BA

Psychology




BA

Sociology




BA








Midwestern State University




BACCALAUREATE

DEGREES


Bachelor

of

Applied

Arts

and

Sciences


Major

in

applied

arts

and

sciences


Bachelor

of

Arts


Majors

offered

in

art,

computer

science,

English,

geosciences,

history,

hu
-


manities,

international

studies,

kinesiology,

mass

communication,

mathe
-


matics,

music,

political

science,

psychology,

sociology,

Spanish,

and

sport


and

leisure

studies


Bachelor

of

Business

Administration


Majors

offered

in

accounting,

economics,

finance,

general

business,

man
-


agement,

management

information

systems,

and

marketing


Bachelor

of

Fine

Arts


Majors

offered

in

art

and

theatre


Bachelor

of

Music


Majors

offered

in

music

(performance)

and

music

(certification)


Bachelor

of

Science


Majors

offered

in

biology,

chemistry,

computer

science,

environmental

sci
-


ence,

exercise

physiology,

geosciences,

kinesiology,

mathematics,

physics,


psychology,

sociology,

and

sport

and

leisure

studies


Bachelor

of

Science

in

Athletic

Training


Major

in

athletic

training


Bachelor

of

Science

in

Clinical

Laboratory

Science


Major

in

clinical

laboratory

science


Bachelor

of

Science

in

Criminal

Justice


Major

in

criminal

justice


Bachelor

of

Science

in

Dental

Hygiene


Major

in

dental

hygiene


Bachelor

of

Science

in

Interdisciplinary

Engineering


Major

in

interdisciplinary

engineering


Bachelor

of

Science

in

Interdisciplinary

Studies


Major

in

interdisciplinary

studies

with

certification

program

in

elementary


teaching:

early

childhood

-

grade

6,

and

grade

4

-

grade

8


Bachelor

of

Science

in

Mechanical

Engineering


Major

in

mechanical

engineering


Bachelor

of

Science

in

Nursing


Major

in

nursing


Bachelor

of

Science

in

Radiologic

Sciences


Major

in

radiologic

sciences


Bachelor

of

Science

in

Respiratory

Care


Major

in

respiratory

care


Bachelor

of

Social

Work


Major

in

social

work



New College of Florida


BA only







Ramapo College of New
Jersey



Accounting



BS

Acting




BA

Africana Studies



BA

Allied Health Technologies

BS

American Studies


BA

Art and Technology


BA

Art History



BA

Biochemistry



BS

Bioinformatics



BS

Biology




BS

Business Administration


BS

Chemistry



BS

Clinical L
ab Science


BS

Communicating Arts


BA

Community Mental Health

BA

Computer Science


BS

Contemporary Arts


BA

Creative Writing



BA

Crim
inology



BA

Cultural Studies



BA

Design and Interactive Media

BA

Design/Technical Theater

BA

Digital Filmmaking


BA

Directing/Stage Managing

BA

Drawing and Painting


BA

Economics



BA

Engineering Physics


BS

Environmental Science


BA

Environmental Studies


BA

Ethnic Relations



BA

Finance




BS

Gender Studies



BA

History




BA

Information Systems


BS

Integrated Science

Studies

BS

International Business


BA

International Studies


BA

Journalism



BA

Labor Studies



BA

Law and Society



BA

Liberal Studies



BA

Literature



BA

Management



BS

Marketing



BS

Mathematics



BS

Media Cinema Studies


BA

Music




BA

Music Industr
y



BA

Music Performance


BA

Music Production


BA

Music Studies



BA

Photography



BA

Political Science



BA

Psychology



BA

Public Sociology



BA

Sculpture



BA

Social Science



BA

Social Work



BSW

Sociology



BA

Spanish Language Studies

BA

Theater




BA

Theater Studies



BA

Visual Arts



BA

Writing




BA








Shepherd University



Bachelor of Arts



* • English, B.A.


* • History, B.A.


* • Music Comprehensive, B.A.


* • Psychology, B.A.


* • Spanish, B.A.


* • Elementary Educat
ion Comprehensive, B.A.


* • Secondary Education Comprehensive, B.A.


Bachelor of Fine Arts



* • Art Comprehensive, B.F.A.


Bachelor of Music Education



* • Music Teaching Field, PreK
-
Adult, B.M.E.


Regents Bachelor of Arts



* • Regents, R.B.A.


Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science



* • Communication and New Media, B.A. or B.S.


Bachelor of Science



* • Accounting, B.S.


* • Biology, B.S.


* • Business Administration, B.S.


* • Chemistry, B.S.



* • Computer and Information Sciences Comprehensive, B.S.


* • Computer and Information Technology Noncomprehensive, B.S.


* • Computer Engineering Comprehensive, B.S.


* • Economics, B.S.


* • Environmental Studies Comprehensive, B.S.



* • Family and Consumer Sciences, B.S.


* • Mathematics, B.S.


* • Political Science, B.S.


* • Recreation and Leisure Studies Comprehensive, B.S.


* • Sociology, B.S.








Sonoma State University



School of Arts & Humanities


American Multicultural Studies, B.A.

Art History, B.A.

Art Studio, B.A.

B
achelor of Fine Arts Degree

Chicano and Latin
o Studies, B.A.

Communication Studies, B.A.

English, B.A.

French, B.A.

Global Studies, B.A.

Human Development, B.A.

Hutchins Scho
ol of Lib
eral Studies, B.A.

Music, B.A.
-

Applied Music

Music, B.A.
-

Jazz Studies

Music, B.A.
-

Music Education

Music, B.A.
-

Liberal Arts

Philosophy, B.A.

Spanish, B.A.

Theatre Arts, B.A.

School of Business and Economics


Pre
-
Business Administration program

Business Administration, B.S.

Economics, B.A.

School of Science and Technology


Biology, B.A.

Biology, B.S.

Chemistry, B.A.

Chemistry, B.S.

Computer Science, B.S.

Engineering Science , B.S.

Geology, B.A.

Geology, B.S.

Kinesiology, B.S.

Kinesiology, B.S.
-

Adapted Physical Education

Kinesiology, B.S.
-

Exercise Science, Biodynamics

Kinesiology, B.S.
-

Exercise Science, Pre
-
Physical Therapy

Kinesiology, B.S.
-

Lifetime Fitness

Kinesiology, B.S.
-

Physical Education

Kinesiology, B.S.
-

Interdisciplinary

Mathem
atics, B.A.

Mathematics, B.S.

Nursing, B.S.
-

Pre
-
Nursing

Nursing, B.S.
-

Pre
-
Licensure

Nursing, B.S.
-

RN to BSN

Nursing, B.S.
-

LVN to BSN

Physics, B.A.

Physics, B.S.

School of Social Sciences


Criminal J
ustice Administration, B.A.

Anthropology, B.A.

Environmental Studies, B.A.

Environmental Studies, B.S.

Geography, B.A.

History, B.A.

Political Science, B.A.

Psychology, B.A.

Sociology, B.A.

Women's and Gender Studies, B.A








Southern Oregon University



BA/BS Requirements


Requirements for the BA
and BS do not apply to students completing the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree
(BFA).

Bachelor of Arts Degree (BA)


For this degree, students must:

1.


Complete the equivalent of one year of study of a foreign language at the second
-
year level or above
at Sou
thern Oregon University or another accredited college or university; complete four years of
study of a single foreign language at the high school level; or successfully complete a proficiency
examination administered by the Foreign Languages and Literature
s program. Contact the Foreign
Languages and Literatures section of the Language, Literature, and Philosophy Department for
information about the proficiency exam.

2.


Complete at least 48 credits of courses offered under the following prefixes, which are
normally
included in Arts and Humanities curricula: AL, ALA, ART, ARTH, CAS, CHN, COMM, CORE, D, DMF,
ELS, ENG, FL, FLM, FPA, FR, GL, GSWS, HO, HST, HUM, J, JPN, JRN, KOR, MUP, MUS, PHL, PR, REL, RTF,
SHS, SP, SPAN, SSPC, TA, USEM, VP, WR, and WS. Note: co
urses with these prefixes that count toward
University Studies, the academic major, minor, and requirement #1 above may also be counted
toward these 48 credits.

Bachelor of Science Degree (BS)


For this degree, students must:

1.


Complete at least two cour
ses (7 or more credits) in mathematics, designated programming courses,
designated statistics courses, or designated logic courses. The following programming, statistics and
logic courses have been approved for this requirement:



* CS 200
-

Computer Sc
ience I 4 credits


* CS 210
-

Web Development I 4 credits


* CS 257
-

Computer Science II 4 credits


* CS 295
-

Web Development II 4 credits


* BA 282
-

Applied Business Statistics 4 credits


* EC 232
-

Exploratory Data Analysis 4 credits



* EC 332
-

Quantitative Methods and Application 4 credits


*





* GEOG 386
-

Environmental Data Analysis 4 credits


*



or


* ES 386
-

Environmental Data Analysis 4 credits


*





* OAL 425
-

Program Evaluation 3 credits


* PE 412
-

Evaluation for Health and Physical Education 4 credits


* PHL 203
-

Introduction to Logic 4 credits


* PSY 228
-

Methods, Statistics, and Applications I 4 credits


* PSY 229
-

Methods, St
atistics, and Applications II 4 credits


* SOC 326
-

Introduction to Social Research Methods 4 credits


* SOC 327
-

Quantitative Data Analysis 4 credits


*





*


*Students must complete both PSY 228 and 229 to fulfill the requiremen
t.


2.


Complete at least 48 credits of courses offered under the following prefixes, which are normally
included in Business, Computer Science, Mathematics, Natural Science and Social Science curricula:
AM, ANTH, AOM, AS, BA, BED, BI, CAS, CCJ, CH, CIS, C
RIM, CS, CSM, D, DMF, EC, ED, ENGR, ES, G, GEOG,
HE, HST, IS, MBA, MM, MS, MTH, NAS, NUR, PE, PH, PS, PSY, SC, SOC, SSC, and SSPC. Note: courses
with these prefixes that count toward University Studies, the academic major, minor, and
requirement #1 above m
ay also be counted toward these 48 credits.








St. Mary’s College of Maryland


BA only?







SUNY College at Geneseo



Accounting




BS

American Studies



BA

Anthropology




BA

Applied Physics




BS

Art History




BA

Art Studio




BA

Biochemistry




BS

Biology





BS

Biophysics




BS

Black Studies




BA

Business Administration



BS

Chemistry




BS

Childhood Education



BA

Childhood Education/Special Education

BA

Communication




BA


Personal & Professional


Journalism & Media


Intercultural &

Critical Studies

Computer Science



BA

Early Childhood/Childhood Education

BA

Economics




BA

Engineering (3
-
2)



BA

English





BA


Creative Writing


Literature

Foreign Language



BA


French


Spanish

Geochemistry




BA

Geography




BA

Geology





BA

Geophysics




BA

History





BA

International Relations



BA

Mathematics




BA

Music





BA

Musical Theatre




BA

Philosophy




BA

Physics





BA

Political Science




BA

Psychology




BA

Sociology




BA

Speech Pathology




BA




Theatre





BA

Theatre & Englis
h



BA


BS degree limited to Accounting, Applied Physics, Biochemistry, Biology, Biophysics, Business Administration, Chemistry,


Communicative Disorders and Sciences, Natural Science and Speech and Heari
ng Handicapped majors.








Truman State University



Accounting (BS)

Agricultural Science (BS)

Art (BA)

Art (BFA) with


concentrations in:


Studio Art


Visual Communications

Art History (BA)

Athletic Training (BS)

Biology (BA/BS)

Business Administration


(BA/BS) with


concentrations in:


Finance


International Business (BA


only)


Management


Marketing

Chemistry (BS)

Classics (BA)

Communication (BA) with


concentrations in:


Communication Studies


Journalism


Public Communication

Communication Disorders


(BA/BS)

Computer Science (BS)

Creative Writing (BFA)

Economics (BA/BS)

English (BA) with


concentrations in:


American Literature


British Literature


Criticism


Linguistics


World Literature


Writing

Exercise Science (BS)


with specializations in:


Applied/Clinical


Physical Education/


Health


Pre
-
Medicial Sciences

French (BA)

German (BA)

Health Science (BS) with


patterns in:


Community, Wo
rksite,


and Public Health


Health Administration


Individualized


Pre
-
Medical Sciences


Pre
-
Occupational Therapy

History (BA/BS)

Interdisciplinary Studies


(BA/BS)

Justice Systems (BS)

Linguistics (BS)

Mathematics (BA/BS)

Music (B
A) with


concentrations in:


General Concentration with


Emphasis Groups


Liberal Arts

Music: Performance (BM)

Nursing (BSN)

Philosophy & Religion (BA)

Physics (BA/BS)

Political Science (BA/BS)

Psychology (BA/BS)

Romance Language (BA)

Russian (BA)

Sociology/Anthropology


(BA/BS)

Spanish (BA)

Theatre (BA)








University of Alberta, Augustana



Bachelor of Arts

Majors:

Art (Visual Arts)

Biology

Chemistry

Computing Science

Drama

Economics

English

Environmental Studies


History

Interdisciplinary Studies

(Global & Development Studies)

Mathematics and Physics

Modern Languages

Music

Philosophy and Religion

Physical Education
-

Kinesiology & Sports Studies

Physical Education
-

Outdoor Education

Political Studies

Psychology

Sociology

Bachelor of Management

Bachelor of Management in Business Economics







Bachelor of Music Majors:

Piano

Voice




Comprehensive

Liturgical Arts

Musical Arts





Bachelor of Science Majors:

Biology

Chemistry

Computing Science

Environmental Science

Mathematics and Physics

Physical Education
-

Kinesiology & Sports Studies

Physical Education
-

Outdoor Education

Psychology







University of Illinois at Springfield


College of Business and Management:



* Accountancy (B.A.
)


* Busines
s
Administration (B.B.A.
)


* Economics (B.A.)


* Management (B.A.)


* Management Information Systems (B.S.)


College of Education and Human Services:


* Social Work (B.S.W.)


College of Liberal Arts and Sciences:



* Biology (B.S.
)


* Chemistry (B.S.)


* Clinical laboratory Science (B.S.)


* Communication (B.A.
)


* Computer Sc
ience (B.S.
)


* English (B.A.)


* History (B.A.)

* Liberal Studies (B.A.)


* Mathematical Sciences (B.A.)


* Philosophy (B.A.
)


* Psy
chology (B.A.)


* Sociology/Anthropology (B.A.)


* Visual Arts (B.A.)


College of Public Affairs and Administration:


* Criminal Justice (B.A.)

* Global Studies (B.A.)

* Legal Studies (B.A
.)

* Political Science (B.A.)








University of Maine at
Farmington


Bachelor's Degree Programs



BA

Art





BGS

Bachelor of General Studies

BA

Biology

BA

Business Economics

BS

Community Health Education

BS

Community Health Education: Teaching Concentration in School Health Education

BA

Computer Science

BFA

Crea
tive Writing

BS

Early Childhood Education

BS

Early Childhood Special Education

BS

Elementary Education

BA

English

BS

Environmental Science

BA

Geography

BA

Geology

BA

History

BA

Interdisciplinary Studies


Business Psychology


Environmental Pol
icy and Planning


Environmental Science


Geology/Geography


Health Information Systems


Individualized


Outdoor Recreation Business Administration


Philosophy/Religion


Social Enterprise


Sociology/Anthropology

BA

International and Global Studies

BA

Mathematics

BA

Political Science

BA

Psychology

BS

Rehabilitation Services

BS

Secondary Education


Biology


Chemistry


Earth and Space Science


English



Mathematics


Physics


Social Studies

BS

Special Education

BA

Visual and Performing Arts: Art History and Visual Culture, Arts Administration, Music,
Theatre







University of Mary Washington



BACHELOR OF ARTS AND BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
DEGREES


The choice of major program determines which degree one receives.


The Bachelor of Arts degree is for majors in American Studies, Anthropology, Art History, Studio Art,
Classics: Classical Archaeology, Classics: Classical Civilization, Classics:
Latin, English,
English: Creative Writing, French, Geography, German, Historic Preservation, History,
International Affairs, Music, Philosophy, Philosophy: Pre
-
Law Concentration, Political
Science, Religion, Sociology, Spanish, and Theatre.


The Bachelor
of Science degree is for majors in Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry,
Computer Science, Economics, Environmental Science and Geology (both the Natural and
Social Environmental Science Concentrations), Environmental Science and Geology
(Environmen
tal Geology concentration), Environmental Science and Geology (Geology
Concentration), Mathematics, Physics, and Psychology.


Both the B.A. and B.S. degrees require 120 credits for completion. Both degrees also require an
overall cumulative grade
-
point ave
rage of at least 2.00 (equivalent to a “C” average) on Mary
Washington course work, as well as a cumulative grade
-
point average of at least 2.00 in each
major program on Mary Washington course work. The residence requirement is as follows:
To be considered

a degree candidate, a student must earn at least 30 academic credits at the
University of Mary Washington, including at least half the credits required for the major
program unless more are required by the major department. Students must also earn at leas
t
15 of the last 21 credits at Mary Washington.




University of Minnesota at Morris


BA Only



University of Montevallo


Biology





BS

Chemistry




BS

Educ. of Deaf and Hard of Hearing

BS

English





BA

Foreign Languages



BA

History






BA, BS

Mathematics




BA/
BS

Political Science




BA, BS

Psychology




BA, BS

Social Sciences




BS, BS

Social Work




BA, BS

Sociology




BA, BS

Speech
-
Language Pathology


BS

Accounting




BBA

Finance





BBA

Management




BBA

Marketing




BBA

Elementar
y Education



BA, BS

Elementary Education/Collaborative

BA, BS

Family & Consumer Sciences


BA, BS

Kinesiology




BS

Art





BA, BS
, BFA

Communication Studies



BA, BS

Mass Communication



BA, BS

Music





BA
,BM

Theatre





BA, BS
, BFA










University of North Carolina Asheville



* Accounting (B.S.)


Financial


Managerial


* Art (B.A., B.F.A.)


Art (B.A., B.F.A.)


Art History (B.A.)


Art with Teacher Licensure (B.A.)


* Atmospheric Science (B.S.)


Climato
logy


Weather Forecasting


* Biology (B.S.)


Cell and Molecular Biology


Ecology and Evolutionary Biology


General Biology


Biology with Teacher Licensure


* Chemistry (B.A., B.S.)


Biochemistry (B.A., B.S.)


Chemis
try (B.A., B.S.)


Chemistry of the Environment (B.S.)


Chemistry with Teacher Licensure (B.A.)


* Chemistry and Textile Chemistry (B.S.)


* Classics (B.A.)


Classical Studies


Greek


Greek and Latin


Latin


Latin with Teacher Licensure


* Computer Science (B.S.)


Computer Systems


Information Systems


* Drama (B.A,)


Acting and Directing


Design and Production


Drama
-
General


Theatre Arts with Teacher Licensure


*
Economics (B.A.)


General Economics Environmental Economics International Economics Monetary Economics and
Finance


Economics with Teacher Licensure


* Engineering


Joint 2+2 Degree with North Carolina State University Aerospace


Bio
logical and Agricultural Biomedical


Chemical


Civil


Computer


Construction Engineering Management


Electrical


Environmental


Industrial


Materials


Mechanical


Nuclear


Textile


* Joint Degree wi
th North Carolina State University


Mechatronics


* Environmental Studies (B.S.)


Earth Science


Ecology and Environmental Biology


Environmental Management and Policy


Individualized


Earth Science with Teacher Licensure


* Ethics and Social Institutions Concentration Interdisciplinary Studies (B.A.)



* French (B.A.)


French


French with Teacher Licensure


* German (B.A.)


German


German with Teacher Licensure


* Health and Wellness (B.S.)


* History (B.A.)


History


History with Teacher Licensure


* Interdisciplinary Studies (B.A.)


* International Studies Concentration
-

Interdisciplinary Studies (B.A.)


* Literature and Language (B.A.)


Creative Writing


Lit
erature


Creative Writing with Teacher Licensure


English with Teacher Licensure


* Management (B.S.)


Business Management and Administration


Marketing


Operations Management


* Mass Communication (B.A.)


Commercial Media Communication Research Film and Visual Media Journalism


* Mathematics (B.A.)


Applied Mathematics


Pure Mathematics


Statistics


Mathematics with Teacher Licensure


* Multimedia Arts and Sciences (B.A.)



* Music (B.A., B.S.)


General Music (B.A.)


Jazz Studies (B.A.)


Music Technology (B.S.)


* Philosophy (B.A.)


* Physics (B.S.)


Applied Physics


Preparation for Graduate School


Physics with Teacher Licensure


* Pol
itical Science (B.A.)


General


Political Science with Teacher Licensure


* Psychology (B.A.)


* Religious Studies (B.A.)


* Sociology (B.A.


Anthropology


Sociology


Sociology with Teacher Licensure


* Spanish (B.A.)



Spanish


Spanish with Teacher Licensure


* Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies (B.A.)


General


Women and Gender


Gender and Sexuality




University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma



Bachelors of Arts Degree Programs:

Fall 2006

-

Spring 2008:




Art

Communication

Drama

Economics

English

History

Music

Native American Studies

Political Science

Sociology


Bachelors of Science Degree Programs:

Fall 2006
-

Spring 2008:



Biology

Business Administration

Chemistry

Computer Science

Early Childhood Education

Education of the Deaf

Elementary Education

Health and Physical Education

Mathematics

Medical Technology

Natural Sciences

Physics

Professional Education

Psychology

Speech Pathology







University of Virginia’s College at Wise


Ac
counting



BA/BS

Administration of Justice


BS

Art




BA

Biochemistry



BS

Biology




BA/BS

Business Administration


BA/BS

Chemistry



BA/BS

Communication Studies


BA

Computer Science


BS

Economics



BA/BS

English Literature


BA

Environmental Science


BS

Foreign Studies



BA

French




BA

Government



BA

Health and Physical Education

BA

Hispanic and Hispanic
-


BA

American Studies

History




BA

Interdisciplinary Studies


BA

Liberal Arts and Sciences


BA

Management Information

BS

Systems

Mathematics



BA/BS

M
edical Technology


BS

Music




BA

Nursing




BSN

Psychology



BS

Sociology



BS

Software Engineering


BS

Spanish




BA

Theatre




BA








University of Wisconsin
-
Superior




BA/BS for all Majors except:


Music Education

BME

Music Performance

BM

Visual Arts


BA/BS/BFA