The curriculum of our department prepares students for careers in
corporate financial management, the investments and securities
business, and the management of financial institutions, e.g., banks and
insurance companies. The theory of finance and its applications...
Welcome to the undergraduate Pharmacology-Toxicology program! This
unique program, which began at Wisconsin in 1985, requires completion
of approximately two years (60 credits) of specific college-level
prerequisites, and application to the School of Pharmacy...
The ecology and natural resources curriculum provides an
understanding of how natural living systems function and evolve, and
how they can be managed to conserve biodiversity while providing
benefits to people. Students may pursue course work that...
The major in Environmental Policy, Institutions and Behavior (EPIB)
examines the human dimensions of environmental problems. It addresses
such issues as how human actions affect the environment; how societies
adapt to changes in natural resource availability;...
in the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences (SEBS) may
choose the major in genetics, which is offered by the School of Arts
and Sciences (SAS). Completion of the major prepares students for
diverse careers in biological research, biotechnology,...
The bachelor of arts degree in labor studies and
employment relations is embedded in the broader undergraduate
curriculum of Rutgers' School of Arts and Sciences. It is possible to
complete the degree in the evening as well as in the daytime....
BFA Acting Program is currently ranked among the top five undergraduate
conservatory actor training programs in the country. The program
offers an integrated and challenging four-year course of study for
serious students who aspire to careers as...
The Department of Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts (BECA)
offers course work leading to the B.A. The curriculum is designed to provide
extensive educational experience for those who intend to use the modern
media of electronic communication to serve...
Mission Statement: The BS degree program in Mechanical
Engineering Technology offers a high quality degree program that meets
national standards of excellence. It is a significant component of the
University's commitment to science, engineering and technology,
To support the mission, the following educational objectives exist.
During the first few years after graduation, students of the Mechanical
Engineering Technology program will meet the following objectives:
Identify, formulate and solve mechanical and technical...
The Engineering Technology Department offers a bachelor's completion
program in Motorsports Technology as an option of its General
Engineering Technology program.
Old Dominion University and the New College Institute of Virginia ( NCI )
have partnered to...
This program leads to eligibility for teacher licensure
in Virginia and is available only to individuals holding a
baccalaureate degree or completing requirements for a Bachelor of
Science degree in chemistry.
Students wanting to be admitted...
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science with a Teaching License in
General Ed. Lower Division (excludes courses in
fields relevant to soc. sciences) (38 cr.) English
Composition or Writing
The Fisheries Science Program
is for students interested in research and management of aquatic
animals and ecosystems, including shellfish, endangered species, sport
fish, and aquaculture fish. Most graduates work for state or federal
Natural Resources Education
(NRE) offers a balance of natural sciences, social sciences, and the
humanities that prepares students to share their knowledge about the
natural world through teaching, education, and interpretation. The curriculum stresses an...
The Finance program is the best undergraduate program in the Pamplin
College of Business. Not surprisingly, it had the largest number of
juniors and seniors among all business majors. Students continue to
pick finance as their major of choice as they learn...
The Studio Art Program offers
diverse and challenging programs of study that emphasize the
development of each student’s intellectual and artistic vision and
goals. The program is dedicated to preparing practicing studio artists
to participate in a dynamic...
Bachelor’s Degree in Exceptional Student
Undergraduate ESE students complete a
Bachelor of Arts in Education (B.A.E.) or
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree* in
In Corrections, students are taught the skills they will need to
manage prisoners, interact with adult parolees and probationers, and
supervise juveniles in the community or secured juvenile facilities.
Students learn how courts and prisons work and different...
Description The B.A.E. degree with a major in social studies education prepares graduates to be eligible for certification in Mississippi to teach social studies subjects in grades 7-12. Graduates may also teach other subjects by gaining supplemental endorsements....