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UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS - APHABETICAL

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HTML Version PDF Version American Indian Studies, B.A.
HTML Version PDF Version Applied Physics, B.S.
HTML Version PDF Version Art, B.A.
HTML Version PDF Version Art Education (K-12), B.A.
HTML Version PDF Version Athletic Training, B.S.
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Biology, B.S.

Biomedical Emphasis
Botany
Environmental Biology
Molecular Biology
Pre-Physical/Occupational Therapy
Zoology

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Biotechnology, B.S.

Note: Identical degree information is available in the Biology and the Chemistry and Physics sections of the Catalog.

HTML Version PDF Version Birth-Kindergarten Education, B.S.

Business Administration, B.S.

Economics HTML Version PDF Version
Entrpreneurship HTML Version PDF Version
Finance HTML Version PDF Version
International Business HTML Version PDF Version
Management HTML Version PDF Version
Marketing HTML Version PDF Version

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Chemistry, B.S.

Professional
Molecular Biotechnology
Pre-Health Professions
Forensic Chemistry
Environmental Chemistry
Pre-Pharmacy

HTML Version PDF Version Computer Science, B.S.
HTML Version PDF Version Criminal Justice, B.A.
HTML Version PDF Version Elementary Education (K-6), B.S.
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English, B.A.

English
English Education Licensure

Middle Grades Language Arts Education (6-9)
Secondary Education (9-12)

Theatre Arts

HTML Version PDF Version Environmental Science, B.S.
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Exercise and Sports Science, B.S.

Health Promotion
Recreation
Exercise Physiology
Sport Management

HTML Version PDF Version Geo-Environmental Studies, B.S.
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History, B.A.

History
Social Studies Education Licensure (9-12,6-9)

HTML Version PDF Version Information Technology, B.S.
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Interdisciplinary Studies, B.I.S.

Applied Information Technology
Applied Professional Studies
Criminal Justice
Hospitality
Public and Non-Profit Administration

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Mass Communication, B.S.

Broadcasting
Journalism
Public Relations

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Mathematics, B.S.

HTML Version PDF Version Mathematics Education (6-9, 9-12), B.S.
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Music, B.A.

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Music with Elective Studies in Business, B.A.

Classical Emphasis
Jazz Emphasis

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Music, B.M.

Musical Theatre

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Music, B.M. (with Licensure K-12)

Instrumental Emphasis
Keyboard Emphasis/Instrumental
Keyboard Emphasis/Vocal
Vocal Emphasis

HTML Version PDF Version Nursing, B.S.N.
HTML Version PDF Version Nursing, B.S.N. (for registered Nurses)
HTML Version PDF Version Philosophy and Religion, B.A.
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Physical Education, B.S.

Health/Physical Education Licensure (K-12)

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Political Science, B.A.

International Studies
Political Science
Pre-Law
Public Administration

HTML Version PDF Version Psychology, B.S.
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Science Education, B.S.

Biology
Chemistry
Earth Science
Middle Grades Science
Physics

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Social Work, B.S.W.

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Spanish, B.A.

Spanish
Spanish Education Licensure

HTML Version PDF Version Special Education, B.S.
HTML Version PDF Version Sociology, B.A.

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UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS - BY DEPARTMENT

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Accounting and Information Technology

Accounting, B.S.
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American Indian Studies, B.A.

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Art, B.A.

Art
Art Education (K-12)
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Biology, B.S.

Biology, B.S.

Botany
Molecular Biology
Zoology
Biomedical Emphasis
Environmental Biology
Pre-Physical/Occupational Therapy

Biotechnology, B.S.
Environmental Science, B.S.
Science Education (9-12,6-9), B.S.

Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Physics, or Middle Grades Science
    Biotechnology, B.S. (see Biology, Chemistry and Physics)
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Chemistry and Physics

Biotechnology, B.S.
Chemistry, B.S.

Professional
Molecular Biotechnology
Pre-Health Professions
Forensic Chemistry
Environmental Chemistry
Pre-Pharmacy

Applied Physics, B.S.
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Economics, Finance and Decision Sciences

Business Administration, B.S.

Economics
Finance
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Educational Specialties

Birth-Kindergarten Education, B.S.
Special Education (K-12), B.S.
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Elementary Education

Elementary Education (K-6), B.S.

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English and Theatre

English, B.A.

English
English Education Licensure
Middle Grades Language Arts Education (6-9)
Secondary Education (9-12)
Theatre Arts
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Entrepreneurship

Business Administration, B.S.

Entrepreneurship
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Foreign Languages

Spanish, B.A.

Spanish
Spanish Licensure (K-12)
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Geology and Geography

Geo-Environmental Studies, B.A.
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Health, Physical Education, and Recreation

Physical Education, B.S.

Health/Physical Education Licensure (K-12)

Exercise and Sports Science, B.S.

Health Promotion
Recreation
Exercise Physiology
Sport Management

Athletic Training, B.S.
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History

History, B.A.

History
Social Studies Education Licensure (9-12,6-9)
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Interdisciplinary Studies, B.I.S.

Applied Professional Studies
Applied Information Technology
Criminal Justice
Hospitality
Public and Non-Profit Administration
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Management, Marketing, and International Business

Business Administration, B.S.

International Business
Management
Marketing
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Mass Communication, B.S.

Broadcasting
Journalism
Public Relations
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Mathematics and Computer Science

Mathematics, B.S.

Mathematics
Mathematics Education Licensure (9-12,6-9)

Computer Science, B.S.
Information Technology, B.S.
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Music

Music, B.M. (with Licensure K-12)

Vocal Emphasis
Instrumental Emphasis
Keyboard Emphasis/Vocal
Keyboard Emphasis/Instrumental

Music, B.M.

Musical Theatre

Music, B.A.

Music

Music with Elective Studies in Business, B.A.

Classical Emphasis
Jazz Emphasis
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Nursing, B.S.N.

Nursing, B.S.N. (for registered Nurses)
Nursing, B.S.N.
HTML Version PDF Version Philosophy and Religion, B.A.
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Political Science

Political Science, B.A.

Political Science
Pre-Law
International Studies
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Psychology

Psychology, B.S.
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Public Administration

Political Science, B.A.

Public Administration
    Science Education, B.S. (see Biology)
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Social Work, B.S.W.

Social Work
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Sociology and Criminal Justice

Sociology, B.A.
Criminal Justice, B.A.

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GRADUATE PROGRAMS

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HTML Version PDF Version Art Education (M.A.)
HTML Version PDF Version Business Administration (M.B.A.)
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Education (M.A.Ed.)

Elementary Education
Mental Health Counseling
Middle Grades Education
Professional School Counseling
Reading Education

HTML Version PDF Version English Education (M.A., ESL Add-On Licensure)
HTML Version PDF Version Mathematics Education (M.A.)
HTML Version PDF Version Music Education (M.A)
HTML Version PDF Version Physical Education (M.A.)
HTML Version PDF Version Public Administration (M.P.A.)
HTML Version PDF Version School Administration (M.S.A.)
HTML Version PDF Version Science Education (M.A.)
HTML Version PDF Version Social Studies Education (M.A.)
HTML Version PDF Version Social Work (M.S.W.)
HTML Version PDF Version Teaching (M.A.T.)

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ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL CONCENTRATIONS

In addition to majors and minors, a number of departments offer academic or professional concentrations. Any concentration requires at least 18 semester hours, depending on departmental requirements. A student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 in academic and professional concentration courses to receive credit for the concentration.  Teacher Education majors subject to The University of North Carolina requirement for completion of a concentration in a basic academic discipline may select one of these academic or professional concentrations to fulfill that requirement or may choose to earn a second major of 30 hours in Philosophy and Religion. Any student may elect to complete an academic or professional concentration in addition to a major. Students considering academic or professional concentrations should consult the appropriate academic department in the College of Arts and Sciences and School of Education sections. 

HTML PDF CONCENTRATIONS
HTML Version PDF Version American Indian Studies
HTML Version PDF Version Art
HTML Version PDF Version Biology
HTML Version PDF Version English
HTML Version PDF Version Exercise and Sport Science
HTML Version PDF Version Geography
HTML Version PDF Version Geology
HTML Version PDF Version History
HTML Version PDF Version Mathematics
HTML Version PDF Version Music
HTML Version PDF Version Physics
HTML Version PDF Version Political Science
HTML Version PDF Version Psychology
HTML Version PDF Version Reading
HTML Version PDF Version Sociology
HTML Version PDF Version Spanish
HTML Version PDF Version Special Education
HTML Version PDF Version Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL)

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ACADEMIC MINORS

A recognized minor ordinarily consists of 18 to 21 semester hours of courses. With the approval of the department granting the minor, up to six hours of the courses counted toward a minor may be used to satisfy General Education, major requirements, or requirements of an additional minor. The award of a minor requires a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 in the minor and the formal approval of the department concerned. Successful completion of a minor will be noted on the student’s official transcript. Student participation in minor programs will be optional.

HTML PDF MINORS
HTML Version PDF Version African American Studies
HTML Version PDF Version American Indian Studies
HTML Version PDF Version American Studies
HTML Version PDF Version Applied Gerontology
HTML Version PDF Version Art
HTML Version PDF Version Art History
HTML Version PDF Version Asian Studies
HTML Version PDF Version Athletic Coaching
HTML Version PDF Version Biology
HTML Version PDF Version British Studies
HTML Version PDF Version Broadcasting
HTML Version PDF Version Business Administration
HTML Version PDF Version Computer Science
HTML Version PDF Version Creative Writing
HTML Version PDF Version Criminal Justice
HTML Version PDF Version Economics
HTML Version PDF Version English
HTML Version PDF Version Entrepreneurship
HTML Version PDF Version Exercise and Sport Science
HTML Version PDF Version Finance
HTML Version PDF Version French
HTML Version PDF Version Gender Studies
HTML Version PDF Version Geography
HTML Version PDF Version Geology
HTML Version PDF Version Health Promotion
HTML Version PDF Version Hispanic Studies
HTML Version PDF Version History
HTML Version PDF Version Information Technology
HTML Version PDF Version International Sociology
HTML Version PDF Version Jazz Studies
HTML Version PDF Version Jewish and Middle Eastern Studies
HTML Version PDF Version Journalism
HTML Version PDF Version Legal Studies
HTML Version PDF Version Literature
HTML Version PDF Version Marketing
HTML Version PDF Version Mathematics
HTML Version PDF Version Medical Sociology
HTML Version PDF Version Music
HTML Version PDF Version Music Business
HTML Version PDF Version Musical Theatre
HTML Version PDF Version Media Integration Studies
HTML Version PDF Version Non-Profit Leadership
HTML Version PDF Version Personnel & Organizational Leadership
HTML Version PDF Version Philosophy
HTML Version PDF Version Physical Education
HTML Version PDF Version Physics
HTML Version PDF Version Political Science
HTML Version PDF Version Psychology
HTML Version PDF Version Public Administration
HTML Version PDF Version Public Relations
HTML Version PDF Version Quantitative Finance
HTML Version PDF Version Reading
HTML Version PDF Version Recreation
HTML Version PDF Version Religion
HTML Version PDF Version Sacred Music
HTML Version PDF Version Social Welfare
HTML Version PDF Version Sociology
HTML Version PDF Version Spanish
HTML Version PDF Version Special Education
HTML Version PDF Version Speech
HTML Version PDF Version Studio Art
HTML Version PDF Version Substance Abuse Counseling
HTML Version PDF Version Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
HTML Version PDF Version Terrorism Studies
HTML Version PDF Version Theatre
HTML Version PDF Version World Studies
HTML Version PDF Version Writing

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Updated: Thursday, August 29, 2013

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