A major is a specific subject area that students specialize in. Typically, between one-third and one-half of the courses you’ll take in college will be in your major or related to it.
Programs in art and humanities take a multidisciplinary approach to education. They combine study of languages, literatures, art, music, philosophy, and religion.
Programs in business involve teaching students the skills and operations of the business industry. They include studies in a varied of areas including accountancy, finance, marketing, human resources, economics and more.
Programs in health and medicine focus on the study, research, and knowledge of health principles as well as application of that knowledge to prevent, diagnose and care for humans and animals.
Programs in the multi-interdisciplinary areas of study combine two or more programs together through a common theme and allow students to specialize their degree to their various interests.
Programs in public and social services prepare student to analyze, manage and provide public programs and services. Areas of focus include law/legal studies, public administration, social services, protective services and more.
Programs in STEM include majors in 4 disciplines -- Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. The skills needed for each discipline overlap and studies in these fields provide students with a multidisciplinary skill set.
Programs in social science focus on how individuals behave within society, how society works and the relationship between them.
Trades and Personal Services programs prepare students for careers that require manual, mechanical, or technical skill sets. These programs are highly specialized and combine traditional classroom learning with hands-on experience.