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Major Programs

Majors leading to a Bachelor’s degree are available in the following areas, and curricula in each are described in this book. An asterisk indicates that a departmental honors track is offered.

College of Humanities and Fine Arts
*Afro-American Studies, *Art History, *Chinese Language and Literature, *Classics, Classics and Philosophy, *Comparative Literature, *Dance, *Design, *English, *French and Francophone Studies, *German and Scandinavian Studies, *History, *Italian Studies, *Japanese Language and Literature, *Judaic Studies, *Linguistics, Linguistics and Anthropology, Linguistics and Chinese, Linguistics and German, Linguistics and Japanese, Linguistics and Philosophy, Linguistics and Psychology, Linguistics and Russian, *Middle Eastern Studies, *Music, *Philosophy, *Portuguese, *Russian and East European Studies, *Spanish, *Studio Arts, *Theater, *Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies

College of Natural Sciences
*Animal Science, *Astronomy, *Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, *Biology, *Building Construction and Technology, *Chemistry, *Computer Science, Earth Systems, *Environmental Science, *Food Science, *Forestry, *Geography, *Geology, *Mathematics, *Microbiology, *Natural Resources Conservation, *Physics, *Plant and Soil Sciences, *Pre-Veterinary, Science (in combination with one of the departments in the College of Natural Sciences)

(Pre-Dental, Pre-Medical, and Pre-Veterinary advising also available)

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
*Anthropology, *Communication, *Economics, *Environmental Design, *Journalism, *Landscape Architecture, *Legal Studies, *Political Science, *Social Thought and Political Economy, *Sociology

School of Education
Education (minor and licensure programs only)

College of Engineering
*Chemical Engineering, *Civil Engineering, *Computer Systems Engineering, *Electrical Engineering, *Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, *Mechanical Engineering

Isenberg School of Management
*Accounting, *Finance and Operations Management, *Hospitality and Tourism Management, *Management, *Marketing, *Resource Economics, *Sport Management

School of Nursing

School of Public Health and Health
*Communication Disorders, *Nutrition, *Kinesiology, Public Health Sciences

Other Major Programs
*Bachelor’s Degree with Individual Concentration, University Without Walls, Bachelor of General Studies

Those majors offering a Departmental Honors track are asterisked in the above list. Students wishing to graduate with Departmental Honors must complete Commonwealth Honors College requirements. An expanded description is given under Commonwealth Honors College in this Guide. Specific requirements and descriptions of various departmental requirements are obtainable from the Commonwealth Honors College office, 504 Goodell Building.