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Choose from three areas of concentration: music education, performance and history/literature-theory.

Museum Studies

Gain an interdisciplinary appreciation for the ways that museums collect, preserve, interpret and document our world.

Computer and Data Sciences

Combine technical skills with the liberal arts to hone problem-solving skills that may be used in a wide array of professional settings.

Strength and Conditioning

Specialize in the area of strength and conditioning to enhance various careers, such as personal training.

Adapted Physical Education

Develop your proficiency in physical education programming for students with mild through severe disabilities from preschool through 21 years of age.


Develop your coaching skills for various levels by learning coaching theory, skill development, strategies, organization and management of practices and games, and safety.

Francophone Studies

Expand your cultural competency through courses taught in French and/or English that focus on the Francophone world — including French-speaking Africa, the Caribbean, North America, Europe, the Middle East and East Asia.

American Studies

Examine major texts, theories and concepts of culture and society to deepen your understanding of the American experience.

Ancient, Renaissance and Medieval Studies

Study the diverse peoples and cultures of Western civilization during ancient, medieval and early modern eras from multiple angles: art, music, philosophy, religion, and women’s and gender studies.

Criminal Justice

Gain an interdisciplinary perspective on deviance, crime and the criminal justice system.

Women’s and Gender Studies

Uncover and understand the effects of gender categories and sex roles on our history, knowledge, cultures and individual experiences.

Educational Studies

This minor is designed for students who are interested in educational issues or working with children. This minor does not lead to teacher licensure.


Learn how to develop, organize and manage a business venture, grow your business instincts, identify goals and learn strategies for opening a successful business.

National Security Studies

Complete a focused study of national security issues such as security policy, intelligence, energy security policy, economic-trade security issues, terrorism, weapons of mass destruction and politico-military affairs.

Nonprofit Management

Explore the world of philanthropy, including history and current practices, the world of nonprofit organizations, and the application of business and entrepreneurial models to solve community problems.

Military Leadership

Participate in the Army ROTC program to prepare for a variety of careers in the military service.