College of Liberal Arts
Plans of Study
There are two patterns of programs: 1) the area (maximum of 45 hours, of which at least 12 are in courses outside the major College of Liberal Arts school or department), and 2) the major (24 to 45 hours). Each school or department specifies whether its major must be accompanied by a minor. This major or area provides the depth necessary for admission to a graduate school as well as for a well-rounded liberal arts education.
The number of hours required for teacher education programs may vary from the patterns of programs described above.
Plans of study for majors and areas are accessible from the left column and are also found here. Both teaching and non-teaching plans are included.
Students also may complete a minor (12 to 15 hours) or a certificate (12 to 29 hours). Plans of study for minors can be found here.
Please contact the College of Liberal Arts Academic Advising Office for information about majors and minors. Because programs are revised from time to time by the academic schools and departments, the plans of study included in this section may be updated or replaced. For current information, see the appropriate academic advisor in the College of Liberal Arts Academic Advising Office.