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College of Humanities and Sciences

Undergraduate degree programs

The College of Humanities and Sciences offers baccalaureate degrees in the following areas:

African American Studies – B.A.
Anthropology – B.S.
Biology – B.S.
Chemistry – B.S.
Economics – B.S.
English – B.A.
Foreign Language – B.A.
         French
         German
         Spanish
Forensic Science – B.S.
Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies – B.A.
Health, Physical Education and Exercise Science – B.S.
History – B.A.
Interdisciplinary Studies – B.I.S.
         liberal studies for early and elementary education
International Studies – B.A.
Mass Communications – B.S.
         advertising
                  creative
                  strategic
         journalism
                  broadcast
                  print-online
         public relations
Mathematical Sciences – B.S.
         applied mathematics
         biomathematics
         general mathematics
         mathematics
         operations research
         secondary teacher preparation
         statistics
Philosophy – B.A.
         ethics and public policy
Physics – B.S.
Political Science – B.A.
Psychology – B.S.
Religious Studies – B.A.
Science – B.S.
         biology
         chemistry
         health preparation/professional science
         physics
Sociology – B.S.

Information concerning curricula is given in the individual program descriptions.

 

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