Majors & Minors
Students declare a major at the beginning of the freshman year and are assigned a faculty advisor within that department.
|Major||Available Concentrations / Subfields|
|Biology||Biology Teaching Track|
|Business Administration||Entrepreneurship, Finance, General Business, Professional Selling, Supply Chain & Logistics Management|
|Chemistry (B.A.)||Chemistry Teaching Track|
|Civil and Environmental Engineering|
|Electrical and Computer Engineering|
|Intelligence & Security Studies|
|Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures||French, French Teaching Track, German, German Teaching Track, Spanish, Spanish Teaching Track|
|Physical Education||Health and Wellness, Physical Education Teaching Track|
|Political Science||American Government and Politics, International Politics and Military Affairs, Pre-Law and Legal Studies|
|Social Studies Education|
|Supply Chain Management|
A minor is a program within a recognized area of knowledge offering students more than a casual introduction to the area but less than a major in it. Each minor includes at least 15 credit hours. Minors may be combined with any departmental major. A student who completes all designated courses in a minor with a grade point average of at least 2.0 will have the minor entered on the transcript at the time of graduation.
|Aerospace||African American Studies|
|American Politics: Democracy & Pol. Process||Applied Mathematics|
|Applied Physics||Applied Statistics|
|Civil and Environmental Engineering||Computer Programming|
|East Asian Studies||Education|
|History||Intelligence and Homeland Security|
|International & Military Affairs||International Criminal Justice|
|International Relations||Law & Legal Studies|
|Leadership Studies||Management Information Systems|
|Mechanical Engineering||Molecular Biology & Biochemistry|
|Sport Management||Sustainability and Environmental Studies|
For additional information concerning the details for the Majors and Minors (Academic Maps, for example), please visit the Advising page.
Geography courses are offered through the Department of History, geology courses in the Department of Chemistry, fine arts (music and art) and philosophy courses in the Department of English, Chinese courses in the Department of Modern Languages, sociology courses in the Department of Criminal Justice, anthropology courses in the Department of Political Science and astronomy in the Department of Physics.