Design Your Own Major

Here are a few samples of student-designed areas of concentration to get you thinking:

Actuarial Science

An area of concentration in actuarial science can be designed by combining the curriculum and working with faculty from our Economics, Statistics, Mathematics, and Management Disciplines.

American Studies

An area of concentration in American Studies can be designed by combining the curriculum and working with faculty from our English, History, and Political Science Disciplines.

Animal Behavior

An area of concentration in animal behavior can be designed by combining the curriculum and working with faculty from our Biology, Chemistry, and Psychology Disciplines.

Arts Administration

An area of concentration in arts administration can be designed by combining the curriculum and working with faculty from art history, economics, management, and studio art.

Art Therapy

An area of concentration in art therapy can be designed by combining the curriculum and working with faculty from the fine arts (art history, studio art, music, theatre arts) and psychology.

Biostatistics

An area of concentration in biostatistics can be designed by combining the curriculum and working with faculty from statistics and biology.

Forensic Science

An area of concentration in forensic science can be designed by combining the curriculum and working with faculty from biology, chemistry, and anthropology.

International Studies

An area of concentration in international studies can be designed by combining the curriculum and working with faculty from any of the foreign languages, history, and political science.

Journalism

An area of concentration in journalism can be designed by combining the curriculum and working with faculty from communications, media, and rhetoric (CMR) and English.

Peace Studies

An area of concentration in peace studies can be designed by combining the curriculum and working with faculty from philosophy, political science, and sociology.