Arts and Sciences degree programs are designed for students who want to concentrate their studies in areas such as the humanities, the social sciences, natural and applied sciences or mathematical sciences, while also supplementing their major with business courses that strengthen students' professional career opportunities. Arts and Sciences programs include both Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees:
Bachelor of Science:
Bachelor of Arts:
- Health Studies
- International Affairs
- Language, Culture, and Business
- Liberal Arts
- Media and Culture
- Public Policy
- Sustainability Science
All students pursuing an Arts and Sciences degree program (BS and BA):
- Must complete the Business Studies Minor or second major in Business Studies (BSM).1
- May take no more than 30 credits in business, including courses in the Business Studies Minor or Major.
All students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree must:
- Achieve intermediate competency in a foreign language. Most students do so by completing an Intermediate II language course, but other options are also available. Students must meet with the Chair of the Modern Languages Department to discuss their language proficiency requirement.
Students pursuing the BA in Liberal Arts are not required to complete the Business Studies Minor or Major.