Well, you've made it to college! How does it feel? Perhaps you're feeling a bit overwhelmed? Not to worry. We've provided you with a list of all the degrees and some details on their available majors. Hopefully, this will make everything clear.
Each student will be asked to choose one degree, then a major from that degree.
You may also choose a minor, this can be from any other degree, for example you may choose a Humanities degree, majoring in education with a minor of Drama.
Last Edit: Apr 29, 2009 18:16:39 GMT 10 by ! n i c
Anthropology students study the cultures of people from all around the world, focusing on their traditions, arts, languages, religious beliefs, and development as a people.
c r i m i n o l o g y
Criminology students learn the art of solving a crime through a combination of behavioral analysis, sociological studies, criminal psychology, and regulations for crime and punishment.
t h e o l o g y
Theology students focus on different religions of the world from all eras, studying the origins, beliefs, texts, ceremonies, and growth of many different faiths as well as compare them among differing beliefs.
h i s t o r y
History students study the past from prehistoric times up until modern histories. They may choose to focus on a topic or expand their knowledge of a specific era.
l i n g u s t i c s
Linguistics students study world languages both modern and ancient. Students learn the roots and etymologies of words, semantics, grammar, and the evolution of a language over time.
e d u c a t i o n
Education students take part in teaching young minds. They discuss techniques in different levels and fields of education as well as specialised programs.
p h i l o s o p h y
Philosophy students explore ways of viewing the world, both old and new. They analyse the basis on which some famous philosophers have based their theses as well as come up with their own philosophies.
Last Edit: Apr 29, 2009 18:25:47 GMT 10 by ! n i c
Economic students learn the basics operations of supply and demand within the economy as well as the causes of stock trends, market values, and interest rates.
p o l i t i c a l s c i e n c e
Political Science students examine the everyday workings of our governmental systems as well as study other political systems employed by foreign countries and analyse the relations between contrasting political views.
b u s i n e s s a d m i n i s t r a t i o n
Business Administration students learn the various techniques for marketing their products, attracting investment, and competing with other businesses.
l a w e n f o r c e m e n t
Law Enforcement students learn the details of crime and punishment. They study arrest, detainment, and prosecution of criminals, as well as negotiation of the law such as plea bargaining.
c i v i l l a w
Civil Law students learn every complexity of the legal system from the basic courtroom proceedings and juror analysis and evidence presentation.
e n v i r o n m e n t a l l a w
Environmental Law students learn the regulations and states governing human interaction with the environment. They study all areas of environmental health and conservation as well as their specific application to the legal system.
f o r e n s i c s
Forensics students explore the world of criminal identification. The are taught not only crime scene analysis, but also authentication and fraud detection.
p u b l i c r e l a t i o n s
Public Relations students learn the dynamics of public perception and the skills necessary to direct information flow effectively through various forms of exposure in order to generate positive opinion.
Last Edit: Apr 29, 2009 18:26:57 GMT 10 by ! n i c