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2009-2011 Program Plans for Traditional Majors

Each link below will take you to a UMM Catalog page detailing information with that program. Links on the right side show checkpoint charts and sample plans for each program.

American Indian Studies German
Anthropology History
Art History Latin American Area Studies (LAAS)
Art, Studio Liberal Arts for the Human Services (LAHS)
Biology Management
Chemistry/Biochemistry Mathematics
Communication, Media and Rhetoric Music
Computer Science Philosophy
Economics Physics
Elementary Education Political Science
English Psychology
Environmental Science Social Science
Environmental Studies Sociology
European Studies Spanish
French Statistics
Gender, Women, Sexuality Studies Theatre Arts
Geology  
   
General Secondary education licensure information

2009-2011 Program Plans for Traditional Minors

Each link below will take you to a page about that program with links on
the right side to checkpoint charts and sample plans for each program.

African American Studies German
American Indian Studies History
Anthropology Management
Art History Mathematics
Art, Studio Music
Biology Philosophy
Chemistry Physics
Communication, Media and Rhetoric Political Science
Computer Science Psychology
Economics Sociology
English Spanish
French Statistics
Gender, Women, Sexuality Studies Theatre Arts
Geology  

 

2009-2011 Areas of Concentration (self-designed major)

Requirements for the bachelor of arts (B.A.) degree from UMM consist of two parts: general education and the major. Students complete a major by fulfilling the requirements as specified in the UMM Catalog.

Instead of a standard major offered here at UMM, students may choose to complete an area of concentration. This is an individualized, often interdisciplinary program consisting of a group of courses that meet the requirements of in-depth study in a specific field of knowledge.

Students who wish to complete an area of concentration must have the program approved by the appropriate faculty advisers, division chairs, and the vice chancellor for academic affairs and dean. A copy of the approved program must be filed with the Registrar's Office.

Several sample programs listed below are available for students to use as templates. These samples can be used as prepared or students can work with a faculty member to customize the program or create a completely new program. A worksheet must be completed and attached to the approval form.


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Actuarial Science
Forensic Science - Biochemistry emphasis
American Studies Forensic Science - Biology emphasis
Animal Behavior Forensic Science - Chemistry emphasis
Art Therapy International Studies
Biostatistics Peace Studies
Digital Media Studies Sports Management

2009-2011 Pre-Professional Programs

Dentistry Medicine
Aerospace Engineering Information for Pre-Med Students
Biomedical Engineering Nursing with biology or chem degree at UMM
Bioproducts & Biosystems Engineering Nursing - BSN transfer
Chemical Engineering

Pharmacy with Biochemistry major

Civil Engineering Pharmacy with Biology major
Computer Engineering Pharmacy with chemistry major
Electrical Engineering Pharmacy - No UMM degree
Geological Engineering Physical Therapy
Materials Science Engineering Veterinary Medicine
Mechanical Engineering VetFAST Program - App. Deadline Nov. 1
Dual Degree Program - UMM/IT