Art and Art History
Learn to understand and contribute to the history, abundance, diversity, and potential of human expression.
Covering the broad cultural and intellectual context of human civilization from a visual and historical perspective.
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Obtain a strong understanding of biology, biochemistry, chemistry, and molecular biology.
From molecules to ecosystems, biologists seek to understand life at every level.
The branch of statistics that deals with the analysis and interpretation of scientific data.
Chemists connect the physical sciences with the life sciences and applied sciences.
Future professionals gain in-depth academic preparation for any level of coaching.
Engineer multiple-component systems that solve real-world problems.
A talented cohort of student writers share their work with each other and with the world.
Offering historical, critical, and practical training in the performing art of dance.
A vibrant community of readers, writers, and scholars engage the world around them as students of literature.
Demonstrate advanced French linguistic skills in speaking, writing, reading and listening as well as cultural competence.
Develop advanced German linguistic skills in speaking, writing, reading and listening as well as cultural competence.
Develop a reading knowledge in the language and examine the cultural contexts of the literature, art, and archaeology.
Health and Exercise Physiology
Preparation for opportunities in exercise physiology, physical therapy, wellness and sports medicine.
To study history is to explore the powerful interaction between the past and the present.
Human Performance Assessment
Examine critical elements of human excellence and plans for obtaining maximum performance and goals.
Develop linguistic skills and an understanding of Japanese culture.
Develop a reading knowledge while examining the cultural contexts of the literature, art, and archaeology we study.
Gain tools for analyzing and organizing data, as well as the theoretical underpinnings for modeling important concepts.
Gain experience in museum work such as curating, collections management, and conservation.
Integrates history and theory across periods and styles while providing ensemble and applied music instruction.
Neuroscientists use knowledge from biochemistry, computer science, philosophy, physics, and psychology.
Philosophy majors attend law school, medical school, and graduate school.
Students prepare to challenge what is known in order to grasp what is unknown.
Pre-engineering students are physicists and mathematicians before they are engineers.
Future doctors, dentists, veterinarians, or physician assistants benefit from our advising program.
Explore religious traditions and histories and the nature of the religious experience.
Modeling, computational, and quantitative methods are in demand in STEM fields.
Demonstrate Spanish linguistic skills in speaking, writing and reading as well as cultural competence.
Preparing students to carry out descriptive and inferential statistical analyses.
Studio Art offers focus on the preparation of students in the creation of art.
Offering historical, critical, and practical training in the performing art of theater.
Focusing on health education as it relates to the individuals and communities.
- African American and Africana Studies
- American Studies
- Anthropology and Sociology
- Applied Economics
- Applied Ethics
- Art and Art History
- Art History
- Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- Computer Science
- Creative Writing
- East Asian Studies
- Educational Studies
- Environmental Studies
- Film Studies
- Finance and Accounting
- Food Studies
- Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies
- Health and Exercise Physiology
- Human Performance Assessment
- International Relations
- Latin American Studies
- Management Studies
- Media & Communications
- Museum Studies
- Peace & Social Justice Studies
- Pre-Health Professions
- Religious Studies
- Scientific Computing
- Studio Art
- Wellness Education