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Major/Minors [Jul. 7th, 2009|06:01 pm]
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✖ Undergraduate Programs


All University students are required to complete at least one major. The role of this requirement is to ensure that all graduates of the University develop a thorough understanding in at least one field of knowledge through concentrated study over several years. Evergrove offers two degrees: the Bachelor of Arts (BA) and the Bachelor of Science (BS). Students need to meet entrance requirements, finish all requirements for core curriculum and an academic major, complete a minimum of 120 credit hours of college work as specified in the catalog, and earn a cumulative grade point average of 2.0.

Students have two sets of classes they are required to finish in order to graduate. The core requirements, which are lower division courses generally taken care of during the freshman and sophomore years, and the major requirements, which are upper division courses generally taken care of during the junior and senior years. Many core requirements are prerequisites for major requirements (and are core requirements specifically for that reason).

A student may use a maximum of 50 credit hours in one subject-matter field (this would be your major folks) toward a degree and a minimum of 70 credit hours outside the one subject-matter field toward the degree. For example, a student seeking a BA in History may apply at most 50 hours of History courses toward the degree and must have a minimum of 70 non-History hours.

Bulleted entries are concentrations of the major listed above it, and are not minors but simply very focused majors. They generally have all the same requirements of the general major with additional requirements for the concentration. If a major you want isn't listed, provide a link to an actual university program of it in your application. To research majors, Google the major along with search terms such as "major," "BS," "BA," or "bachelor."

Majors

Accounting
Art/Fine Art
• Art Education
Biochemistry
Bioethics
Biological Basis for Behavior
Biology
Business Administration
• Banking & Finance
• Entrepreneurial Leadership
• Marketing
• International Business French
• International Business Spanish
• International Business Japanese
Chemistry
• Chemistry Education
• Theoretical Chemistry
Communication
Computer Science
Creative Writing
Criminology
Economics
Education Elementary
Education Secondary
English
• English Education
Film and Acting
French
• French Education
History
• History Education
Information Systems
International Relations
Leadership Studies
Liberal Arts
Japanese
Journalism
Mathematics
• Mathematics Education
Music
• Church
• Composition
• Education
• Performance
• Theory
Nursing
Organizational Communication
Philosophy
Physics
• Physics Education
Political Science
Psychology
Recreation & Sport
Religion
Rhetoric and Political Communication
Spanish
• Spanish Education
Sociology
Theatre
• Theatre
• Theatre w/Communication Emphasis
• Speech Education
• Theatre Education

Pre-professional Programs

Clinical Laboratory Science
Dentistry
Engineering
Journalism
Law
Medicine
Occupational Therapy
Physical Therapy

Minors

Art History
Chemistry
Classical Humanities
Coaching and Performance Enhancement
Communication
Computer Information Systems
Economics
Entrepreneurial Leadership
French
History
Information Systems
Japanese Area Studies
Mathematics
Music
Nonprofit Leadership
Physics
Recreation & Sport
Religion
Spanish
Studio Art
Theatre
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