2006-2008 Undergraduate Catalog
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The degree requirements for each program are presented in the same format. There are course requirements in three broad areas: Core Curriculum, program major, and electives. Each program will recommend specific courses to be used in meeting core curriculum requirements. Under major requirements, each program lists the required major preparatory courses, major core courses to be taken by all students, and major related courses. The related courses section defines options or concentrations within the major. Elective requirements vary by program but all students are required to complete six hours of advanced electives.

School of Arts and Humanities

  Art and Performance B.A.*
  Arts and Humanities B.A.*
  Arts and Technology B.A.*
  Historical Studies  B.A.*
  Literary Studies B.A.*
     

School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences

  Child Learning and Development B.S.
  Cognitive Science  B.S.*
  Neuroscience B.S.*
  Psychology  B.A.*
  Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology B.S.*
     

School of SocialEconomic, Political and Policy Sciences

  Crime and Justice StudiesCriminology  B.A.
  Economics and Finance B.A.*
  Economics and Finance B.S.*
  Geography B.A.*
  Government and PoliticsPolitical Science B.A.
  Public AdministrationAffairs B.S.
  Sociology B.A.*

School of Engineering and Computer Science

  Computer Science B.S.*
  Electrical Engineering B.S.E.E.*
  Software Engineering B.S.
  Telecommunications Engineering B.S.T.E*
     

School of General Studies

  American Studies  B.A.
  Gender Studies B.A.
  Interdisciplinary Studies B.A.
  Interdisciplinary Studies B.S.
     

School of Management

  Accounting and Information Management B.S.*
  Business Administration B.S.*
(new)
Finance B.S.
     

School of Natural Science and Mathematics

  Biochemistry B.S.
  Biology B.A.*
  Biology B.S.*
  Biology and Business Administration B.A.*
  Biology and Business Administration B.S.*
  Biology and Crime and Justice Studies B.A.
  Biology and Crime and Justice Studies B.S.
  Chemistry B.A.*
  Chemistry B.S.*
  Geosciences B.A.
  Geosciences B.S.
  Mathematical Sciences
     with majors in Applied 
     Mathematics, Statistics, 
     Mathematical Sciences
B.S.*
  Molecular Biology B.S.
  Molecular Biology and Business Administration B.S.
  Molecular Biology and Crime and Justice Studies B.S.
  Physics B.A.*
  Physics B.S.*
     

*A degree program followed by an asterisk can be used in an accelerated baccalaureate/master's degree. Please see here for graduate programs offering Fast Track degrees.


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