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The Politics Minor can supplement any Major by providing students with facts, theories, and skills they will need to succeed personally, professionally, and as community members and citizens of the world.
Minor: Pre-Creative Arts Therapy
The Pre-Creative Arts Therapy minor allows students to explore the creative arts—everything from dance and theatre to studio art and poetry—while majoring in other disciplines.
Minor: Pre-Law Studies
The Pre-Law Minor is a great supplement to any major because it provides students with the facts, theories, and skills they will need to get into law school, to succeed in law school, and to thrive in the legal profession.
The minor in psychology provides a general introduction to all major areas of psychology with courses in research methodology used in the field, experimental and laboratory aspects of the field, and a course that focuses on the social, developmental or applied aspects of the field of psychology.
The courses in the major aim to provide students with an understanding of the causes and patterns of behaviors, thoughts, and emotions, with an emphasis on the formation of a scientific attitude and an appreciation for the complexity of the individual's role in society.
Minor: Sexual Health
The Sexual Health Minor will provide students with a basic foundation in community health and an overview of health behaviors, as well as an in-depth examination of sexual health and women’s health.
Minor: Social Justice
The Social Justice minor provides students with opportunities to consider the meanings and dimensions of social justice, to critically examine various forms of injustice, and to engage in social justice work through participation in experiential learning.
Sociology is the study of human society and social behavior. Sociologists analyze social institutions such as family, education, medicine, religion and politics.
Sociology is the study of human society and social behavior. People who study sociology will understand the connections among the facets of everyday life.
Spanish language courses provide students with skills in conversation, grammar, culture, translation and literature.
The Spanish minor provides students with Spanish language courses in conversation, grammar review and culture. It provides a career-oriented approach to language learning that complements majors in other disciplines.
MSED: Special Education
The M.S.Ed. in Special Education provides a deep understanding of learning disabilities and differences, as well as the methods and strategies to empower student success. This program leads to an additional certification in teaching students with disabilities.
B.A.: Speech Communication
The Speech Communication Major provides a liberal arts orientation to the study of human communication.
Minor: Sports Management
The dynamic field of Sports Management integrates love of sports with grounded understanding of key business principles.
B.A.: Student-Initiated Interdepartmental Major
The SIIM program exists to meet the needs of undergraduate students whose intellectual curiosity and career aspirations will not be best served simply by completing existing major and minor offerings.