College of Letters and Sciences

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

The College of Letters and Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater champions boundless discovery, guiding students to find their true potential. Students can choose from courses of vibrant, cross-disciplinary thinking that inspires lifelong learning and inquisitiveness. These diverse offerings help students build a rich liberal arts foundation that can take them anywhere.



Advocacy and Lobbying Certificate
Advocacy and Lobbying

The Lobbying and Advocacy Certificate is designed for students who are interested in careers in a wide variety of fields, such as working with government and elected officials on policymaking and matters of public concern.

African American Studies Minor
African American Studies

With an African American Studies minor, you will gain insight into the history, culture, and racial realities of African Americans. Take courses on race and ethnic studies, humanities through the lens of Black culture, social sciences, politics, and more, all that highlight the systematic struggles as well as analyze the resilience of African Americans throughout history.

Aging and Health Certificate
Aging and Health

The aging and health certificate teaches students foundational knowledge and skills needed to effectively work in careers with older adults and support their multidimensional health needs.

Allied Health Foundations Minor
Allied Health Foundations

With a minor in Allied Health Foundations, you will learn to work to prevent, diagnose, and treat diseases and illnesses, as well as how to apply management and administration skills to support healthcare systems and patients alike. Take courses in physiology, healthcare for disabled individuals, and psychology, as well as humanities (ethnic, racial, and gender) studies through the lens of healthcare.

American Indian Studies Minor
American Indian Studies

An American Indian Studies minor will allow you to broaden your knowledge of the indigenous people who have inhabited (and still inhabit) the land we live on today, long before us. Take courses on indigenous culture, languages, religion, social sciences, humanities, and more.

Anthropology Minor
Anthropology

Delve into the studies of many different societies and cultures' foundations and development through an Anthropology minor. Take courses in archeology, geography, humanities, social sciences (religious, gender, racial, and ethnic studies,) history, and much more to give yourself a better understanding of the diverse peoples who make up our world.

Applied Bioinformatics Online Certificate
Applied Bioinformatics

Supports development of your expertise in experimental design, use and modification of bioinformatic computational analysis methods, and increase your experience in employing these skills.

Applied Biotechnology Online Master's
Applied Biotechnology

The Master of Science in Applied Biotechnology is a collaborative partnership of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, University of Wisconsin Extended Campus, and six other University of Wisconsin campuses.

Applied Research Certificate
Applied Research

The Applied Research certificate is designed to teach undergraduate students how to properly answer a question for a client, such as a university unit, non-profit organization, or government agency. With this certificate, students will be able to present their research findings to a client.

Asian/Asian American Studies Minor
Asian/Asian American Studies

Gain insight into the cultural similarities and differences between Asian and Asian American people. You will take courses such as the many religions of Asia, geography, language and cultural studies, politics, humanities, and more, all to give you an understanding of the history and contemporary issues of Asian and Asian American people.

Bioinformatics Minor
Bioinformatics

Have an interest in biology? Good at organizing data? If yes, then a minor in Bioinformatics is right for you. You will take courses that will allow you to gain proficiency in subjects such as programming, applied statistics, data visualization, and other techniques to prepare you for a career in aiding scientific discovery.

Biology (Cell Biology and Physiology) Minor, Major/Emphasis
Biology (Cell Biology and Physiology)

Study biology on the smallest scale with an emphasis in Cell Biology and Physiology. This specific emphasis will allow you to take courses on topics such as microbiology, anatomy, molecular biology, neuroscience, and more, all giving you an understanding and familiarity with many different types of biological studies.

Biology (Ecology, Evolution and Behavior) Minor, Major/Emphasis
Biology (Ecology, Evolution and Behavior)

Do you wish to study the interconnectedness of nature and the biological reasons behind plant and animal behavior? With an emphasis in Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior Biology, you will take courses on many relevant biological studies, such as zoology, botany, aquatic organisms, and environmental studies, all preparing you for a career in studying the life around you.

Biology (Marine Biology and Freshwater Ecology) Minor, Major/Emphasis
Biology (Marine Biology and Freshwater Ecology)

Water — it indicates the presence of life on our planet, what we need to consume to survive, and is home to many different fascinating organisms that are often overlooked or even undiscovered. With an emphasis in Marine and Freshwater Ecology, you will take courses in aquatic biology, ecology, water geography, zoology, and more.

Biology (Pre-biomedical professions) Minor, Major/Emphasis
Biology (Pre-biomedical professions)

With a Pre-biomedical Professions emphasis, you will study a plethora of biology career-related subjects such as organic chemistry, writing in biology, genetics, applied mathematics, and anatomy, all to prepare you for the biomedical field.

Chemistry Major/Emphasis, Minor
Chemistry

Have a love for chemistry? Interested in what makes up the world around you? With a Chemistry major or minor at UW-Whitewater, you will get to explore the many different aspects of chemistry through courses on organic and inorganic chemistry, laboratory science, physical chemistry, quantitative reasoning, and more.

Chemistry (Biochemistry) Major/Emphasis
Chemistry (Biochemistry)

Combine your interest in biology with your interest in chemistry with an emphasis in Biochemistry here at UW-Whitewater. You will take courses focused on subjects related to both sciences, such as organic chemistry, physical chemistry, wildlife ecology, animal physiology, and more.

Chemistry (Liberal Arts) Major/Emphasis
Chemistry (Liberal Arts)

With a Liberal Arts Chemistry emphasis, you can study how physical science ties into the study of humanities with courses on subjects such as physical chemistry, organic chemistry, experimental chemistry, and more.

Chemistry (Professional ACS Approved) Major/Emphasis
Chemistry (Professional ACS Approved)

A Professional American Chemical Society (ACS) Approved Chemistry emphasis will provide you with a deeper and more holistic understanding of chemistry on a professional and career-oriented level. You will take courses on a variety of subjects, such as green chemistry, physics, organic chemistry, data analysis, and more, all to give you the proper training to enter the field of professional chemical studies.

Computer Science Minor, Major/Emphasis, Master's, Online Master's
Computer Science

In Computer Science— a rapidly growing career field — you'll develop essential problem-solving and communication skills while learning how to creatively design and develop database applications, networking techniques, artificial intelligence tools, software engineering solutions, and more. Courses include coding with Java and C++, software engineering, computer organization and assembly programming, applied statistics, writing in the sciences, and much more.

Computer Science (Applied Computing) Major/Emphasis
Computer Science (Applied Computing)

An emphasis in Applied Computing will allow students to take their prior knowledge of computer science and focus on how it can be applied in the business, management, and technical worlds. Courses on subjects such as database design and management, introductory and intermediate coding, software engineering, applied mathematics, technical and professional writing, and more will prepare students for a professional career in computer science.

Computer Science (Data Science) Minor
Computer Science (Data Science)

Have a knack for collecting and presenting data and a desire to positively influence the world with your findings? With a minor in Data Science, you will learn how to compile and communicate information through a well-rounded understanding of social and technological sciences. You will take courses in data science, programming with Python, persuasion and communication, technical writing, social research, logic, and more.

Computer Science (Website and Development Administration) Minor, Certificate
Computer Science (Website and Development Administration)

From health to the arts, the creation and mangement of websites is a universally desired skill within every career field. With an emphasis in Website Developement and Administration, you will take courses on subjects ranging from the art of visual media design to programming and app developement, all giving you the proper training you need to enter a multitude of career paths.

Corporate Social Responsibility Certificate
Corporate Social Responsibility

The Corporate Social Responsibility certificate is designed to inform students of proper behavior to practice in the workplace. This will better prepare students to become professional leaders in business.

Criminology Minor, Major/Emphasis
Criminology

Study crime, the mindset of criminals, and the many societal factors that influence them. In our Criminology program, you’ll learn the ins and outs of the American criminal justice system and investigate the correlations between crime and society's reactions to it. Courses include the sociology of crime, forensic science, crime investigation, health and safety, and more.

Cybersecurity Minor, Major/Emphasis, Online Master's, Online Certificate
Cybersecurity

Get ready to hack into the studies of both cybersecurity operations and the design and implementation of security systems with our Cybersecurity program. Students will take courses such as vulnerability analysis, system administration, malware detection, and incident response, as well as the science of cryptography and the programming of virtual media itself.

Cybersecurity (Cyber Operations) Major/Emphasis
Cybersecurity (Cyber Operations)

Take your knowledge of cybersecurity and learn to apply it to a multitude of situations with an emphasis in Cyber Operations. Students will study a wide range of relevant subjects within the cybersecurity world, such as understanding the coding languages of Java and C++, systems security engineering, web server administration, technical writing, and more.

Disability Studies Certificate
Disability Studies

The Disability Studies certificate will allow students to expand their knowledge and experience with people with disabilities.

Diversity Leadership Certificate
Diversity Leadership

The Diversity Leadership Certificate provides excellent preparation for living and working in a diverse society! Students engage in cross-disciplinary, in-depth diversity learning around issues of gender, race, ethnicity, class, sexuality and ability.

Economics Major/Emphasis, Minor
Economics

Study the financial interactions of individuals, businesses, and governments. Unpack the social science behind issues of discrimination, poverty, inflation, efficiency, unemployment, and economic growth, while simultaneously studying business statistics, econometrics, and how to write within a business-related field.

English Major/Emphasis, Minor
English

Storytelling has been a key form of human communication, commentary, and creative expression since the beginning of recorded history, and an understanding of its nuances and creation is essential to fully understand the human experience. Analyze texts of many different cultures, backgrounds, and styles, as well as learn to create and refine your own works. This well-rounded study of the English language will prepare you for many sucessful career paths.

English (Creative Writing) Major/Emphasis, Minor
English (Creative Writing)

Are you passionate about creatively expressing yourself through the art of writing? With an emphasis in Creative Writing, you will be given an outlet to fully immerse yourself in your craft with courses focused on writing fiction and poetry, screenwriting, multicultural literature and drama, and putting pen to paper to workshop the hundreds of ideas bouncing around in your mind.

English (Literature) Major/Emphasis, Minor
English (Literature)

Unlock the world of the written word through an emphasis in Literature, exploring the common themes and detrimental differences of vast array of works and genres. Learn how to engage with literature critically and thoughtfully through courses on subjects such as African-American, Asian, British, Middle-Eastern, African, and American literature, as well as the study of biblical and Shakespearean influence on English texts.

Environmental Science Major/Emphasis, Minor
Environmental Science

A fast-growing career field, environmental science explores the relationship between humans and the Earth through a variety of scientific, technological and sociological lenses.

Environmental Science (Geosciences) Major/Emphasis
Environmental Science (Geosciences)

With a Geosciences emphasis, you will study the interconnectedness of our planet and how environments have evolved and adapted uniquely in different parts of the world. With courses on subjects such as biogeography, paleontology, ecology, and more, you will gain a well-rounded understanding of ecosystems' past and present.

Environmental Science (Natural Sciences) Major/Emphasis
Environmental Science (Natural Sciences)

Study the physical world through an environmentally aware lens with an emphasis in Natural Sciences. Learn how the presence of rocks and minerals is affected by the location of ecosystems, study Earth's biological history and predicted future, and gain a proper understanding of how laws regarding environmental preservation are passed.

Environmental Science (Sustainability and Environmental Resource Management) Major/Emphasis
Environmental Science (Sustainability and Environmental Resource Management)

Passionate about how we are currently treating and preserving our environment? Then an emphasis in Sustainability and Environmental Resource Management is right for you. You will take courses on topics such as sociology's relation to the environment throughout time, philosophical debates surrounding environmental science and literature created based on it, as well as the study of natural sciences such as biology, ecology, paleontology, and more.

Environmental Studies Minor
Environmental Studies

If you’re interested in the relationship between the natural environment and how people’s actions affect the environment — plus how damage can be avoided or mitigated — then a minor in environmental studies might be right for you.

Family, Health and Disability Studies Minor
Family, Health and Disability Studies

Through a minor in family, health, and disabilities studies, students will engage in courses in the social and behavioral sciences that will enhance their understanding of the interrelationship between family and health issues. Get ready for a job or graduate study in medical-health support, human services, and community service fields locally and globally.

Film Studies Major/Emphasis, Minor, Certificate
Film Studies

Discover new worlds and perspectives as you analyze movies and cinematic visual styles and assess the historical development of film and related types of media as evolving art forms. You'll also delve into the ways in which history and representations of culture reflect or respond to questions of ethics and social justice.

Forensics Science Certificate
Forensics Science

The Forensics Science certification will allow students to cultivate leadership skills in the application of science to the legal system, gain professional competencies developed through course work that includes presentations to moot court settings, and lab work.

French Major/Emphasis, Minor
French

French, the language of love, fashion, cuisine and some of the greatest literary, artistic and philosophical influences of all time. With a French degree, you will pave your way to careers in teaching, translation, travel and tourism, and foreign service.

Geographic Information Systems Minor, Certificate
Geographic Information Systems

Do you love maps, charts and graphs? Are you passionate about using technology to visualize data that can inform decision-making on everything from urban planning to natural resource development and protection? A minor in GIS will provide training in the latest technology as well as a foundation in earth's geography and the human world.

Geography (Environment and Society) Major/Emphasis
Geography (Environment and Society)

With an emphasis in Environment and Society, dive into the study of how location in the world and the makeup of the land affects and is influenced by the people who inhabit it. With courses on environmental geology, economic and historical geography, climate change, social sciences, and more, students will be prepared for a career in studying and legally preserving our environment.

Geology and Geography Major/Emphasis, Minor, Certificate
Geology and Geography

Gain expertise about the world around, above, and beneath the surface as you pursue studies crucial to furthering our knowledge as humans. Studying Geography and Geology will help you gain understanding of the Earth's environment, natural disasters, weather systems, natural phenomena, and global warming while implementing positive change to the world.

German Major/Emphasis, Minor
German

As a relative to English, German has long roots in science, and is known for its intricate history, and large culture in Wisconsin. In our program, students will gain communication skill across several German-speaking countries, and pave the way to careers as teachers, translators, academics, and government and business leaders.

Gerontology Online Certificate
Gerontology

Ideal for professionals pursuing careers in business, consumer services, education, mental and physical health, public policy, or social services.

Global Engagement Certificate
Global Engagement

The Global Engagement Certificate is designed for College of Letters and Sciences undergraduate students pursuing degrees. The certificate helps develop global competencies through a combination of coursework and co-curriculum experiences.

Health Advocacy Online Certificate
Health Advocacy

Explore advocacy, policy, and research to become a specialized health communication professional.

History Major/Emphasis, Minor, Certificate
History

Engage in the stories of those who came before us. A major or minor in History will develop your critical thinking skills and unlock a fundamental understanding of human society. Learn how the past shapes us and can help you grow and adapt to the changing career opportunities in the modern world.

History (Public History) Major/Emphasis
History (Public History)

Public history specifically offers training in skills to enhance a career in a museum, public history organization or other non-profit. You are required to do an internship, which will give you hands-on experience in the field.

Human and Social Services Minor
Human and Social Services

Learn how to help others regarding their safety and social/emotional well-being with a minor in Human and Social Services. You will study the ins and outs of social work, humanities, and many forms of social sciences in order to prepare you for a career in aiding the public.

Integrated Science and Business Major/Emphasis
Integrated Science and Business

By combining the disciplines of science and business into one major, you will gain more knowledge about business and management issues than a typical science or engineering graduate, and have a broader understanding of science and technology than most business majors. Compete and prosper in the new technology-intensive, global marketplace.

Integrated Science and Business (Water Resource) Major/Emphasis
Integrated Science and Business (Water Resource)

Freshwater has been called the oil of the 21st century. The proper management and protection of this precious natural resource will require well-prepare professionals who understand both the science and business of water.

Interdisciplinary Ethics Certificate
Interdisciplinary Ethics

The Interdisciplinary Ethics certificate provides students a strong foundation in evaluative ethics, which seeks to reason why a given action might be right or moral. Students can investigate the ethical dimensions of personal or career-related interests including, but not limited to health care, the environment, sexual ethics, social justice, business, and media.

International Studies Major/Emphasis, Minor
International Studies

Do you want to study abroad? Are you interested in international relations? With a major or minor in International Studies, students will focus on issues at the global level in foreign language and area studies, business, public diplomacy, and economics.

Japanese Studies Minor, Major/Emphasis
Japanese Studies

Gain an understanding of Japan, its culture and the Japanese language. Explore Japanese history, politics, culture, literature, religion, society, geography, and gender and family relations.

Latinx/Latin American Studies Minor
Latinx/Latin American Studies

Pursue a minor in Latinx/Latin American Studies and examine issues of Latinidad (being/living Latinx) within the United States and in Latin America through multidisciplinary, domestic and transnational lenses that includes courses in history, geography, literature, anthropology, and women’s and gender studies, among others.

Legal Studies Minor, Major/Emphasis
Legal Studies

Do you see law school in your future? Do you want a pre-law degree that will prepare you for the journey? With a degree in legal studies, students will delve into coursework on public law, business law, political Institutions, ethics, public policy, and research, and gain valuable information about our country's legal system, as well as international legal policies.

LGBTQ Studies Certificate
LGBTQ Studies

The LGBTQ Studies certificate program is intended for students who would benefit from a thorough introduction to LGBTQ Studies from various disciplinary perspectives.

Liberal Studies, Religious Studies and Philosophy Minor, Major/Emphasis, Online Bachelor's
Liberal Studies, Religious Studies and Philosophy

Experience college through a broad academic lens and purposeful interdisciplinary approach. Learn skills in writing, research, and communication, gain breadth of knowledge in arts, humanities, social sciences, and physical sciences, all through a lens of personal and social responsibility.

Liberal Studies (Philosophy) Major/Emphasis, Minor
Liberal Studies (Philosophy)

Engage with complex topics and discussions surrounding all facets of life, from what it means to be human to what is reality. Philosphy as a practice seeks to sharpen your ability to reason, grasp complex concepts, find connections between ideas and develop critical thinking.

Liberal Studies (Religious Studies) Major/Emphasis
Liberal Studies (Religious Studies)

Pursue your interests in religion across the world as you immerse yourself in topics in history, culture, art, literature, government, and the humanities.

Mathematics Major/Emphasis, Minor, Online Certificate
Mathematics

As a math student, you’ll gain an excellent foundation for all areas of science and engineering, and be able to solve problems from the ordinary to the sophisticated and technical. Mathematics is the language that expresses scientific and quantitative relationships and, at the same time, is a discipline with a structure and beauty of its own.

Mathematics (Actuarial Mathematics) Minor
Mathematics (Actuarial Mathematics)

Students who major in another discipline, such as business or finance, and are interested in becoming an actuary, take the Actuarial Mathematics minor to gain the necessary background in calculus, probability, and statistics to prepare for the Society of Actuaries exam.

Mathematics (Actuarial Science) Major/Emphasis
Mathematics (Actuarial Science)

Actuaries use mathematics and statistics to assess risk and measure uncertainty in various industries, especially insurance and finance. Students who pursue the Mathematics - Actuarial Science major emphasis or Actuarial Mathematics minor will take courses in calculus, probability, statistics, and financial mathematics to prepare for the Society of Actuaries exams.

Mathematics (Statistics) Minor, Major/Emphasis
Mathematics (Statistics)

Statisticians collect, analyze, and interpret real-world data to make informed decisions. Students who pursue the Mathematics - Statistics major emphasis or Statistics minor take courses in mathematics and statistics. They use industry-standard software and techniques to conduct independent statistical projects.

Middle Eastern Studies Minor
Middle Eastern Studies

Analyze and examine the environment of the peoples, cultures, societies, literature, and the history and conflicts of the Middle East, through a minor in Middle Eastern studies.

Paralegal Certificate
Paralegal

The Paralegal Certificate is designed for students who are interested in careers as paralegals or legal assistants and includes courses in case law, legal research and writing, and a legal internship.

Physical Science Minor
Physical Science

Physical science expertise can help pave the way to several career choices, including engineering, technology, animal management, urban planning and other environmental careers.

Physics Major/Emphasis, Minor
Physics

In a natural science like physics that looks at everything from subatomic particles to galaxies and beyond, the basic laws are universal and many everyday technologies result from discoveries of basic physical principles. Find challenging, exciting, and productive careers such as acoustics, astronomy and astrophysics, quantum and particle physics, engineering, geophysics, and optics.

Physics (Engineering) Major/Emphasis
Physics (Engineering)

Earn two bachelor's degrees! In this emphasis you'll gain an excellent foundation in physics and an engineering field of your choice — civil, electrical, industrial, materials or mechanical engineering.

Physics (Graduate School) Major/Emphasis
Physics (Graduate School)

Planning to go to grad school? We'll prepare you to confidently enter a master’s degree or Ph.D. program in physics in areas such as astronomy, engineering, computer science, and medicine.

Physics Education Minor
Physics Education

There are elements of physics in fields from computers and technology to power and energy. You can help students begin a path that can lead to numerous career choices with a physics education minor at UW-Whitewater.

Political Science Minor, Major/Emphasis, Online Bachelor's
Political Science

Be part of the next generation of citizens equipped with knowledge of the law, politics and current affairs in world events. Gain understanding of political ideas, ideologies, institutions, policies, and processes. A background in political science can lead to careers in government, law, public service, or business.

Pre-Dentistry Pre-Professional
Pre-Dentistry

Want to become a professional in dental and oral health? With a certificate in pre-dentistry, you will be prepared for dental programs, studying human anatomy and chemistry to gain a strong foundation in this field that is critical to overall wellness.

Pre-Medicine Pre-Professional
Pre-Medicine

Is medical school in your future? With this certificate, you will be on your way to becoming a doctor or health professional, gathering the necessary knowledge needed to understand human anatomy and processes of chemistry.

Pre-Optometry Pre-Professional
Pre-Optometry

With a certificate in pre-optometry, students will prepare for the next steps in becoming optometrists, establishing foundations in human anatomy, the visual system and the eye’s associated structures.

Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Professional
Pre-Physical Therapy

Prepare for the next step in becoming a physical therapist, helping injured and ill people improve their movement and manage their pain. Students will take courses that may be required for admission to physical therapy school, learning about biology, the biomechanics of sport and exercise, health psychology, illness and medicine.

Pre-Physician Assistant Pre-Professional
Pre-Physician Assistant

Prepare for the next step in becoming a medical provider licensed to diagnose and treat illness and disease, while studying human anatomy, biochemistry, and microbiology.

Pre-Veterinary Medicine Pre-Professional
Pre-Veterinary Medicine

Pave your path to becoming a veterinary student and future veterinarian, studying animal physiology and biochemistry, while you prevent, diagnose and treat diseases in animals of all types, from family pets to farm livestock and zoo animals.

Professional Spanish Minor
Professional Spanish

Hone and advance your Spanish skills in preparation for a professional career, from business to law to healthcare.

Professional Writing and Editing Certificate
Professional Writing and Editing

The undergraduate Professional Writing and Editing certificate helps students in all majors and with all career goals advance their abilities to write clearly and effectively.

Professional Writing and Publishing Major/Emphasis, Minor, Certificate
Professional Writing and Publishing

Every industry — from business, to government, to education, to the arts and beyond — is in need of writers who can develop, create, edit and publish clear and compelling written content and communications.

Psychology Major/Emphasis, Minor
Psychology

Pursuing a degree in psychology will help you learn to understand the social and biological bases of behavior. Students will gain the essential abilities to reason with purpose and will always be intellectually curious, learning critical thinking skills that will be valuable to their careers and daily lives.

Psychology (Business) Minor
Psychology (Business)

Adding a minor in psychology to your business major is a powerful combination that will equip you to understand people and how and why they think and act.

Psychology (High School Education) Minor
Psychology (High School Education)

Future high school teachers will benefit greatly by adding a minor in psychology to their education major. Enhance your psychological understanding and hone research skills as you prepare to teach and mentor the next generation.

Public Administration Minor
Public Administration

Learn to help shape political agendas and drive positive change in multiple areas of life. If you’re interested in public service or careers in government or affiliated organizations, a minor in public administration might be the right step for you.

Public Health Minor
Public Health

The COVID-19 pandemic illustrated the critical importance of public health infrastructure to people and society. From physical to mental health, to communications and socio-economic issues, learn best practices to foster public health programs and promote healthy, prosperous communities.

Public Policy and Administration Major/Emphasis
Public Policy and Administration

Analyze community problems and influence lawmaking at the local, state and federal levels. Students in this major will gain a foundation in business, economics and political science, and be able to specialize in concentrations of: criminal justice and legal affairs, management and personnel, public policy and community development.

Race and Ethnic Studies Minor
Race and Ethnic Studies

Foster cultural awareness, intellectual growth and critical thinking on the issues of race and ethnicity. In this minor, students will be provided opportunities to become more understanding, appreciative and respectful of themselves and those perceived as different. Strive to create an inclusive, diverse space where everyone can work to develop their full potential.

School Psychology Master's
School Psychology

The School Psychology program is a three-year, full-time sequence of coursework and field experiences that prepares students with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to become school psychologists. In the second year, students begin the Education Specialist Degree (Ed.S) sequence, known as the practicum year.

Social Work Major/Emphasis, Master's
Social Work

If you’re passionate about dedicating your life to improving the lives of others, then perhaps a social work path is where you belong. With 37 credit hours of concentrated studies in social work and an in-depth field placement experience with a community agency, this program will leave you with a solid foundation for a successful and rewarding career.

Sociology Major/Emphasis, Minor
Sociology

In sociology, you will gain a better understanding of the development, structure, and functioning of societies, while focusing on society, patterns of social interaction, human social behavior, the aspects of culture that correspond to everyday life and the reasons behind them.

Sociology (Global Comparative Studies) Major/Emphasis
Sociology (Global Comparative Studies)

Gain a more worldly understanding of society and social systems by exploring topics in sociology, history, politics, economics and religion in places in Asia, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America.

Spanish Major/Emphasis, Minor
Spanish

Learn one of the most prevalent languages in the United States and the world. Fluency in Spanish will unlock multiple careers as a teacher, translator, and travel agent, not to mention your skills will be incredibly marketable, from business to government to nonprofits. ¿Estás listo?

Substance Abuse Counselor in Training Certificate
Substance Abuse Counselor in Training

The Substance Abuse Counselor in Training Certificate will cover content areas that are infused with information and application to practice that is responsive to the characteristics of individual, group, family, and couple clients and significant others seeking substance use disorder treatment.

Women's and Gender Studies Minor, Major/Emphasis, Certificate
Women's and Gender Studies

Understand how gender and sexuality intersect with race, class, ability and other identities to shape people’s everyday lives, institutions and global communities. The Women's and Gender Studies program works to help bridge differences and empower students to become self-reflective agents of social justice.

World Religions Minor
World Religions

Engage in ideas relating to the world's major religious traditions. Research the intellectual, historical, cultural, and personal dimensions of religion as they affect human life through a minor in World Religions

Program Type Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Actuarial Mathematics Minor
African American Studies Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan
Allied Health Foundations Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
American Indian Studies Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan
Anthropology Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Asian/Asian American Studies Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan
Bioinformatics Minor Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
BIOLOGY Major / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan
Biology - Cell/Physiology Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Biology - Early Entrance/3yr (BS only) Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan
Biology - Ecology Evolution and Behavior Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Biology - Honors Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan
Biology - Marine and Freshwater Ecology Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Biology - Pre-Biomedical Professions Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Chemistry Major / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan
Chemistry - Analytical/Instrumental Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Chemistry - Biochemistry Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Chemistry - Honors Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Chemistry - Liberal Arts Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Chemistry - Professional ACS Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Computer Science Major / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Computer Science - Applied Computing Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan
Computer Science - Comprehensive Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan
Computer Science - General Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan
Criminology Major / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
CYBERSECURITY Major / Minor / Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan
Cybersecurity - Comprehensive Emphasis
Cybersecurity - Cyber Operations Emphasis
Data Science Minor
Economics (L&S) Major / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
English Major / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan
English - Creative Writing Emphasis / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
English - Literature Minor / Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Environmental Science Major Factsheet Four Year Plan
Environmental Science - Environmental Resource Management Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Environmental Science - Geosciences Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Environmental Science - Natural Sciences Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Environmental Studies Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Family, Health and Disability Studies Minor Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
FILM STUDIES Major / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
French Major / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Geographic Information Systems Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Geography Major / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan
Geography - Environment and Society Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Geography - Geology Minor / Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
German Major / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
History Major / Minor / Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
History - Honors Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan
History - Public History Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
History - Public History Honors Emphasis
Human and Social Services Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan
Individually Designed (L&S) Major / Minor Learning Outcomes
Integrated Science/Business (BS) Major Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Integrated Science-Business - Water Resource (BS) Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
International Studies Major / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan
Japanese Studies Major / Minor Four Year Plan
Latinx/Latin American Studies Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan
LEGAL STUDIES Major / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan
Liberal Studies Major / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Liberal Studies - With Minor Emphasis
Liberal Studies - With No Minor Emphasis
Liberal Studies Major with No Minor - Honors Emphasis
Mathematics Major / Minor / Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan
Mathematics - Actuarial Science Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Mathematics - Statistics Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Middle Eastern Studies Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Philosophy Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Philosophy - Education Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Physical Science Minor
Physics Major / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan
Physics - Engineering and Industry Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Physics - Graduate School Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Political Science Major / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Political Science - Honors Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan
Professional Spanish Minor
PROFESSIONAL WRITING & PUBLISHING Major / Minor
Psychology Major / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Psychology - Psychology for Business Majors Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan
Psychology Minor for Secondary Education Majors Minor
Public Administration Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan
Public Health Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Public Policy & Administration Major Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Race & Ethnic Studies Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Social Studies Broadfield - Economics II Emphasis
Social Work Major Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Sociology Major / Minor / Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Sociology - Global Comparative Studies Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Sociology - Honors Emphasis Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Spanish Major / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Statistics Minor
Undeclared Major Factsheet
Web Site Development and Administration Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
Women's and Gender Studies Major / Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes
World Religions Minor Factsheet Four Year Plan Learning Outcomes