|Major Requirements (51-54)
For the major, students may choose one of the following three options:
1. Three Concentrations of 18 hours each from the approved list below
2. Two Concentations of 18 hours each from the approved list below and one Individual Emphasis of 18 hours
3. Two Concentrations of 18 hours each from the approved list below and one 15-hour minor from the approved list below
Of the total number of hours for the major, 42 must be at the upper-division level. The remaining hours to meet the required 126 total hours will be electives approved by advisor.
Africana Studies, Asian Studies, Business,Communication Arts, Culture and Society, Education, Entrepreneurship, European Studies, French, Geographic Information Science, German, Environmental Sustainability, Graphic Communications Management, Humanities, International Studies, Latin American Studies, Linguistics, Religious Studies, Southern Studies, Spanish, Technical Writing, Visual Communications Design, Women’s and Gender Studies
Please check with your B.G.S. advisor for detailed information on Approved Concentrations.
Africana Studies, Anthropology, Art History, Graphic Design, Athletic Training, Biology, Business, Classical and Medieval Studies, Chemistry, Child and Family Development, Communication Studies, Comparative Literature, Computer Science, Economics, English, Exercise Science (Exercise Behavior), Exercise Science (Coaching), Fashion Merchandising and Apparel Design, Film Studies, Finance, Fraud Examination, French, Geographic Information Science, Geography, Geology, German, Graphic Communications Management, Health Education and Promotion, History, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Industrial Safety and Environmental Compliance, Information Systems, Information Systems/Information Technology (IS/IT), International Studies, Irish Studies, Japanese, Japanese Studies, Journalism, Justice Studies, Latin American Studies, Linguistics, Management, Marketing, Mathematics, Military Science, Multimedia Communication, Applied Music, Music History and Literature, Music Technology, Nutrition and Food Science, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Public Relations, Recreation, Regional Economic Development, Religious Studies, Sociology, Spanish, Spanish for the Professions, Theatre, Web Media, Women’s and Gender Studies, Writing