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A major indicates a concentrated area of study. Throughout your college career, you’ll take more classes from that area than any other—that’s how you’ll gain expertise in that field. A minor is also concentrated study in one area, but requires fewer classes. Combining a major and a minor is not only a great way to earn a degree in a field you love, but doing so also allows you to study another subject about which you’re passionate.
Pre-professional programs are paths of concentrated study that prepare you to gain entry and succeed in professional schools (medical school, law school, etc.).
Agriculture (M, m)Allied Health (M, O, A)Art and Design (M, m)Biological Sciences (M, m)Chemistry (M)Communication Disorders (M)Communication Studies (M, m)Economics, Finance, and Accounting (M, m)English (M, m)Geosciences (M, m)Health and Human Performance (M)History (M, m)Informatics (M, m)Institute of Applied Technology (M)
Pre-ChiropracticPre-DentistryPre-EngineeringPre-LawPre-MedicinePre-Medicine (Biology Option)Pre-Occupational TherapyPre-Optometry
Justice Studies (M, m)Leadership Studies (M, m, O)Management and Marketing (M, m, O)Mathematics and Computer Science (M, m)Modern Languages (M, m)Music and Theatre (M, m)Nursing (M, m, O)Philosophy (M, m, O)Physics (M, m)Political Science (M, m, O)Psychology (M, m)Sociology and Social Work (M, O)Teacher Education (M, m, O)
Pre-OsteopathyPre-PharmacyPre-Physical TherapyPre-PodiatryPre-Political ManagementPre-Public AdministrationPre-TheologyPre-Veterinary Medicine
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