UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES

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Academic Programs

The State of Louisiana Board of Regents,

in its

Master Plan for Higher Education

,

designated LSU as Louisiana's single

“comprehensive university.”

LSU is also the “flagship university” of the

state of Louisiana.

LSU is accredited by the Commission on

Colleges of the Southern Association of

Colleges and Schools, to award

bachelor's, master's, doctoral, and

profes-sional degrees

.

LSU students have the opportunity to

experience a rich diversity of courses,

curric-ula, students, faculty, and settings that

stimulate and challenge individual growth. As

the state's comprehensive University, LSU

offers numerous choices for intellectual

development, career options, and cultural

expo-sure. The undergraduate classroom is enhanced

through LSU's research status, ensuring that

students are aware of the most recent

discov-eries and are taught innovative modes of

inquiry.

Bachelor's degrees are offered in 72 major

fields, master's degrees are offered in 72 major

fields, and doctoral degrees are offered in 54

major fields.

The University has no more important

mission than to provide its students with

outstanding learning opportunities. LSU offers

undergraduate programs of study that are both

rigorous and exciting. These programs attract

bright, energetic students who wish to prepare

for the career challenges of the 21

st

century.

UNDERG RADUA TE DEGREES

Academic programs and services at LSU

provide students with the opportunity to obtain

a strong general education, explore a variety of

fields and majors, and have direct contact with

faculty in their major field. Freshmen are

admitted to University College where they

either declare a major or examine educational

and career alternatives while completing the

general education requirements. To complete

degree requirements, students must meet the

admission requirements of a senior or

degree-granting college.

Students select from degree programs

offered by nine senior colleges and schools.

College of Agriculture

Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Science in Forestry

College of Art & Design

Bachelor of Architecture

Bachelor of Fine Arts

Bachelor of Interior Design

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture

College of Arts & Sciences

Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of General Studies

Bachelor of Science

College of Basic Sciences

Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Science in Geology

E. J. Ourso C ollege of Business

Administration

Bachelor of Science

College of Education

Bachelor of Science

College of Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Biological Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Construction

Management

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Environmental

Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering

Man ship School of Mass

Comm unication

Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication

Co llege o f Mu sic & D ram atic Arts

Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Music

Bachelor of Music Education

GRAD UATE DEGR EES

Graduate degrees that the University is

currently authorized by the Board of Regents to

offer are listed below. Please see the chapter

“Graduate and Professional Programs” for

additional information.

Master of Agriculture

Master of Applied Statistics

Master of Architecture

Master of Arts

Master of Arts in Liberal Arts

Master of Business Administration

Master of Education

Master of Fine Arts

Master of Landscape Architecture

Master of Library & Information Science

Master of Mass Communication

Master of Music

Master of Natural Sciences

Master of Public Administration

Master of Science

Master of Science in Biological &Agricultural

Engineering

Master of Science in Chemical Engineering

Master of Science in Civil Engineering

Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

Master of Science in Industrial Engineering

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering

Master of Science in Systems Science

Master of Science in Engineering Science

Master of Social Work

Certificate of Advanced Study in Library &

Information Science

Certificate of Education Specialist

Doctor of Musical Arts

Doctor of Philosophy

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COURSE OFFERINGS

Instruction is provided through a wide

variety of on- and off-campus courses. The

academic year is divided into fall and spring

semesters and a summer term consisting of one

or more sessions. Most classes are taught

between 7:30 a.m. and 10 p.m., Monday

through Friday.

The fall semester starts in mid-August and

ends in mid-December; the spring semester

lasts from January to May. Between the spring

semester and the summer term, there is a

three-week intensive intersession, during which

students attend classes for three hours each day.

The summer sessions are generally held from

early June to early August. Many students take

advantage of the summer term to expedite

graduation, to take courses unavailable during

the fall or spring, or to lighten their academic

load for the following semester.

Some courses are taught through

corre-spondence study, via television, or in

off-campus locations through the Division of

Continuing Education. These offerings provide

maximum flexibility for students, particularly

older students and those who work during the

day. Also available are educational

oppor-tunities through ROTC, the “Artist and Lecture

Series,” the Career Services Center,

LSU-Baton Rouge Community College

Cross-Enrollment Program, and LSU-Southern

University cooperative programs.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

Students with superior academic potential

can find challenges in the Honors College in

the form of advanced course work, lectures,

seminars, and independent research. For

addi-tional information, see the “Honors College”

section in this catalog.

The Division of Continuing Education

offers instruction for individuals who are not in

residence on any LSU campus through

off-campus classes, correspondence study, short

courses, conferences, seminars, and other

specialized instructional programs. For more

information, see the section “Division of

Continuing Education” in this catalog.

Extension Credit Programs are offered

throughout the state. A Master of Library &

Information Science degree is offered at varied

locations throughout the state, the Master of

Arts in Liberal Arts is offered at Fort Polk, and

a doctoral degree in education is offered in

Shreveport.

In addition, a program sponsored by the

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at the

Water-ways Experiment Station, Vicksburg,

Missis-sippi, represents a consortium of LSU, Texas

A&M, and Mississippi State University, each

of whom provides doctoral courses in various

scientific fields.

Courses are also offered through public

and cable television, by satellite,

audio-graphics, and compressed video.

The LSU Evening School offers students

opportunities to obtain college degrees by

attending courses at night and on weekends.

Students may work toward undergraduate

degrees in computer science, English, general

business administration, general studies,

history, mathematics, political science,

psychology (B.A. or B.S.), and sociology, a

Master of Arts in Liberal Arts degree, or

certification in elementary and secondary

education. Courses may be taken for degree

credit or audited. These courses are offered on

the LSU campus and at various sites in East

Baton Rouge Parish.

In an effort to ensure success in sports and

academics, the Academic Center for Student

Athletes offers career, academic, and personal

counseling tailored to the needs of

student-athletes.

ARTIST AND LECTURE SER IES

AND LECTU RESHIPS

LSU sponsors artist and lecture series and

lectureships to foster intellectual inquiry,

stimulate dialog, and cultivate unique

experi-ences with outstanding performance in a

variety of fields. Among these programs are:

• Aesculapian Lecture Series in Veterinary

Medicine

• Arts & Sciences Humanities Lecture Series

• Senator John Breaux Annual Symposium in

Media and Public Affairs

• British Petroleum Lecture Series in Geology

• Chancellor’s Distinguished Lectureship

Series

• Design Week Visiting Critic, School of

Landscape Architecture

• J. Norman Efferson Lectureship Series

• Festival of Contemporary Music

• Walter Lynwood Fleming Lectures in

Southern History

• James C. and Cherie H. Flores Master of

Business Administration Program

Distinguished Speaker Series

• Frank J. Germano Lecture Series on the

Practice of Civil Engineering

• Max Goodrich Distinguished Speaker Series

in Physics and Astronomy

• Giles Wilkeson Gray Lecture Series in

Communication Studies

• J. C. Greer Distinguished Speaker Series in

Business Administration

• Holt B. Harrison/Harrison Paint Co./Elmira

H. Harrison Lectureship

• Walter Hitesman Lecture Series in Mass

Communication

• Hubert H. Humphrey Lectureship in Public

Affairs

• Thomas Austin Kirby Lectures in the

Humanities

• J. W. Kistler Conference

• W. A . Lawrence Lecture

• School of Library & Information Science

Beta Phi Mu Lecture Series

• Louisiana Environmental Lecture Series of

the Coast and Environment

• Paula G. Manship College of Art & Design

Lecture Series

• Modern History Colloquium

• Oceanography & Coastal Sciences

Distin-guished Lectureship Series

• Pasquale Porcelli Distinguished Lecture

Series in Mathematics

• Patrick Lecture Series in Nutrition, Food

Science, and Wetland Science

• Janice R. Sachse Visiting Artist Series

• Edward Douglass White Lectures

• L. J. Wilbert Memorial Lectures in Geology

• School of Music—Throughout each year,

the School of Music presents a

comprehen-sive series of concerts involving faculty

soloists, symphony, wind ensemble; jazz,

gospel, choral, and chamber music; and

opera.

• LSU Theatre presents five major

pro-ductions each year, as well as a “Second

Season” of student-directed presentations.

Swine Palace Productions, a professional

theatre company, offers productions in the

fall and spring, in association with LSU

Theatre.

BO AR D O F R EG EN TS ' AC AD EM IC

POLICY

The University conforms to Board of

Regents' requirements to ensure consistency of

official documentation with the Regents'

Inven-tory of Degree and Certificate Programs. The

following standardized terms are used in LSU

catalogs, diplomas, commencement programs,

transcripts, and other official documents.

Degree • The title of the award conferred

on students by a college, university, or

profes-sional school upon completion of a unified

program of study (i.e., Bachelor of Arts, B.A.;

Bachelor of Science, B.S.; Master of Science,

M.S.; Master of Fine Arts, M.F.A.; Master of

Landscape Architecture, M.L.A.; Doctor of

Philosophy, Ph.D., etc.).

Degree Program • A grouping of

campus-approved courses and requirements (i.e.,

minimum gpa, comprehensive examinations,

English and mathematics proficiency) that,

when satisfactorily completed by a student, will

entitle him or her to a degree from a public

institution of higher education.

Degree Designation • A degree

designa-tion for each authorized program at public

institutions of higher education is listed in the

Board of Regents' Inventory of Degree and

Certificate Programs. Some professional

programs require the name of the general

subject area as part of the degree designation

(i.e., Bachelor of Architecture, B.Arch.; Master

of Social Work, M.S.W.; Juris Doctorate, J.D.,

etc.).

Degree Subject Area • The primary

disci-pline that constitutes the focus of a degree

program. (For example, a Bachelor of Arts in

history. In some cases, the degree subject area

is part of the degree title, as in Bachelor of

Architecture, Master of Landscape

Architecture.) When a student satisfactorily

completes a degree program, he/she will be

entitled to a degree in the appropriate subject

area (i.e. biology, history, English, etc.)

Degree Title • The complete label of a

degree program consisting of the degree

designation and the degree subject area (i.e.,

Bachelor of Arts in history; Bachelor of

Science in chemistry).

Curriculum • A description of the

required and elective courses for a degree

pro-gram.

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C la ss if ic atio n o f I ns tr uc tio na l P ro gr am s

Major • That part of a degree program that

consists of a specified group of courses in a

particular discipline or field. The name of the

major is usually consistent with the degree

subject area. A major usually consists of 25

percent or more of the total hours required in

an undergraduate curriculum. Establishment of

a major requires prior approval by the Board of

Regents.

Minor • That part of a degree program that

consists of a specified group of courses in a

particular discipline or field. The minor usually

consists of 15 percent or more of the total hours

required in an undergraduate curriculum.

Minors do not require prior approval by the

Board of Regents.

Concentration • An alternative track of

courses within a major, accounting for at least

30 percent of the major requirements.

Estab-lishment of a concentration does not require

prior approval by the Board of Regents.

Transcripts list degree titles, majors,

minors, and concentrations. Diplomas list only

the appropriate degree designations.

Undergraduate degrees that the University

is currently authorized by the Board of Regents

to offer are presented in the following tables by

college. Minors and areas of concentration

within degree programs are also listed.

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

D E P A R T M E N T C U R R IC U L U M /M A J O R ( C IP C O D E ) C U R R I C U L U M C O D E D E G R E E # H R S . C O N C E N TR A T IO N C O N C E N T R A T I O N C O D E Agricultural Economics & Agribusiness Agricultural Business (010101)1 A G B U B.S. 134 Agribusiness Finance AG BF IN Agribusiness Management A G B M G T International Marketing I N TM K T Bio logica l &

Agricultural Engineering

For undergraduate degree, see the College of Engineering

Food Science Food Science & Technology F D S C T B.S. Food Business/Marketing B U S M K T Foo d C hem istry & An alysis F D C H A N Food Processing &

Technology

P R T EC H Food Safety/Applied

Microbiology

F DS AM B Human E cology Dietetics

(190503)

HED B.S. 128 Family, Child, & Consum er

Sciences (190701)

H E F C C B.S. 128-130 Consumer Science C N S U M R Human Services Managem ent H S M G T Te xtil es , A pp are l, &

Merchandising (080102)

H E T A M B.S. 128 Apparel Design A P P A R L Merchandising M E R C H D Textile Science TEX TIL Interdepartmental An ima l, Dairy , & P oultry

Sciences (020 201 )

A D P B.S. 134 Animal Sciences A N I M A L Dairy Foods Technology D R Y F D S Dairy Production D R Y P R D Poultry Sciences POULTR Science and Technology—

Animal Science

S C IT N A S cien ce an d T ech no lo gy —

-Dairy Science

S C IT N D Science and Technology—

Poultry Science

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COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

D E P A R T M E N T C U R R IC U L U M /M A J O R ( C IP C O D E ) C U R R I C U L U M C O D E D E G R E E # H R S . C O N C E N TR A T IO N C O N C E N T R A T I O N C O D E

3+1— Animal Sciences 3+1A 3+1— Dairy Sciences 3+1D 3+1— Poultry Sciences 3+1P Environmental Managem ent

S ys te m s (030102) E N S Y S B.S. 130 Environmental Science E N V S C I Policy An alysis P L C Y A N Resource Conservation R E S C O N P la nt & S oil S ys te m s (020401) P L SY S B.S. 132-133 Agricultural Pest Managem ent—Entomology A PM E Agricultural Pest

Managem ent—Plant Pathology A PM P Crop Managem ent C R P M G T Horticultural Science HORTSC Ornamentals, Olericulture, and

Pomology

OROLPM Soil Science SOILSC Turfgrass Management T R F M G T Urban Entomology U R B E N T Renewable Natural

Resources

Fore stry (Fo rest M anag em ent) (030506)

F O R M B.S.F. 128 Ecological Conservation E C O L R S Fore st Prod ucts F O R P RD Forest Resources Managem ent F RM G M T Wildlife & Fisheries

(030601)

W I L D F B.S. 128 Aq uacu lture AQU CLT Conservation Biology C N S V B L Fisheries FISHER Wetland Science W T L N D S Wildlife Ecology W L D E C L Wildlife Law Enforcement W L D L A W 3+1 (Wildlife & Fisheries) 3+1WF Human R esource Education & Workforce Development Vocational Education (131399)

VED B.S. 135 Adult, Extension, International Education

AD EX IE Agricultural Education AGED Business Education BUED Career Development CARD EV Home E conomics Education HEED Industrial Education INED Training & Development TRDEV

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COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

D E P A R T M E N T C U R R IC U L U M /M A J O R ( C IP C O D E ) C U R R I C U L U M C O D E D E G R E E # H R S . C O N C E N TR A T IO N C O N C E N T R A T I O N C O D E

Arc hitectu re A rc hite ctu re (5 -y ea r p ro gr am ) (040201) A R C H Bachelor of Arc hitectu re (B .A rch .) 160 Art Stud io A rt (500702) S T A R Bachelor of Fine A rts (B .F.A .) 132 Ceramics C E R A M Graphic Design GRDESN Jewelry/Metalsmithing JWLM ET Painting P A IN T Photography PHOTO Printmaking P R IN T Scu lpture SCULPT Interior Design Interior Design

(040501) ID Bachelor of Interior Design (B .I.D .) 135-131 Landscape Arc hitectu re

Lan dsca pe A rchitec ture ( 5- ye ar pr og ra m ) (040601) LA Bachelor of Landscape Arc hitectu re (B .L.A .) 160

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

D E P A R T M E N T C U R R IC U L U M /M A J O R ( C IP C O D E ) C UR RIC UL UM C O D E D E G R E E # H R S . C O N C E N TR A T IO N C O N C E N T R A T I O N C O D E Interdepartmental Economics (450601) E C O N A B .A . 128 General Studies (240102) G S B.G.S. 129 International Studies (059999)

INTL B .A . 128 Africa and the Middle East A FR M E As ia AS IA Europe EUROPE Global Studies GLOBST Latin America L A T N A M Ru ssia a nd C entral A sia R U S S CA Libe ral Arts

(240101)

L IB A R B .A . 128-132 African and African American Studies

A A A S Art H istory F A -A H Stud io A rt FA-ST Russian Area Studies

(050110)

R U S A S B .A . 128 Wom en’s & Gender Studies

(050207)

W G S B .A . 128 Comm unication

Scien ces & Diso rders

Co mm unica tion D isorde rs (510204)

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COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

D E P A R T M E N T C U R R IC U L U M /M A J O R ( C IP C O D E ) C UR RIC UL UM C O D E D E G R E E # H R S . C O N C E N TR A T IO N C O N C E N T R A T I O N C O D E Comm unication Studies

Comm unication Studies (231001) CM ST B .A . 128 English English (230101) E N G L B .A . 128 Creative Writing E N C W Literatu re ENLT Sec ond ary

E d uc at io n — E N G L

ENGLSE Writing and Culture W R I T C U Foreign Languages &

Literatures German (160501) G E R M B .A . 128 Latin (161203) CLATN B .A . 128 Spanish (160905)

S P A N B .A . 128 Sec ond ary E d uc at io n — S PA N

SPANSE French Studies French

(160901)

FREN B .A . 128-132 Sec ond ary Education—FREN FRENSE Geography & Anthropology Anthropology (450201) ANTH B .A . 128 Geography (450701) G E O G A B .A . 128 G E O G S B.S. 128 Histo ry Histo ry (450801) HIST B .A . 128 Mathematics Mathematics (270101) MA TH B.S. 128 Actuarial Science MA CTSC Ap plied/D iscrete Mathematics M A D M Applied Mathematics/ Comm unications Engineering M A M C E Computer Science MC SC Mathematics MA TH Sec ond ary

Education—MA TH MA THSE Philosophy & Religious Studies Philosophy (380101)

PH IL B .A . 128 Religious Studies REL Political Science Political Science

(451001) POLI B .A . 128 .Psychology Psychology (420101) P S Y C A B .A . 128 P S Y C S B.S. 128 Sociology Sociology (451101) S O C L B .A . 128 Applied Sociology A P S O C L Criminology S O C J Rural Sociology R U S O C L

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COLLEGE OF BASIC SCIENCES DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

D E P A R T M E N T C U R R IC U L U M /M A J O R ( C IP C O D E ) C UR RIC UL UM C O D E D E G R E E # H R S . C O N C E N TR A T IO N C O N C E N T R A T I O N C O D E Biological Sciences

Bio chem istry (260202) B C H B.S. 129 Biological Sciences (269999) B I O L B.S. 128 Marine Biology M A R I N E S e co n da ry E du ca ti on — B I O L BIOLSE Ch em istry Ch em istry (400501)

CHEM B.S. 128 Biological Chemistry BCHEM Chemical Physics CHEM PH Ch em istry CHEM Chemistry and a Second

Discipline

CHEM SD Env ironm ental C hem istry E N V C H M M aterials C H M M A T Poly me rs CHM PLY Prep rofess ional C hem istry PPCHEM Sec ond ary

Education—CHEM

CHEM SE Computer Science Computer Science

(110701) CSC B.S. 133 Geology & Geophysics Geology (400601) GEOLP B.S. in Geology (B .S.G eo l.) 128 Environmental Geology E N V G E O Geology GEOLP Physics & A s tr on om y Physics (400801) P H Y S B.S. 130 A s tr on om y ASTR Medical Physics M P H Y S Physics P H Y S Physics and a Second

Discipline

PHYSD S e co n da ry E du ca ti on — P H Y S PHYSSE

E. J. OURSO COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

D E P A R T M E N T C U R R IC U L U M /M A J O R ( C IP C O D E ) C UR RIC UL UM C O D E D E G R E E # H R S . C O N C E N TR A T IO N C O N C E N T R A T I O N C O D E Accounting Accounting (520301)

A C C T B.S. 120 Managem ent Accounting M G T A C T Economics Economics

(520601)

E C O N S B.S. 120-119 Em pirical E con om ic An alysis

E E A E International Trade and

Finance (521101)

ITF B.S. 120-119 Em pirical E con om ic An alysis

E E A I Finance Finance

(520801)

FIN B.S. 120-119 Financial Management F IN M G T Financial Services FINSER

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E. J. OURSO COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

D E P A R T M E N T C U R R IC U L U M /M A J O R ( C IP C O D E ) C UR RIC UL UM C O D E D E G R E E # H R S . C O N C E N TR A T IO N C O N C E N T R A T I O N C O D E

Inves tme nts INVEST Re al Esta te REALES Risk Managem ent and

Insurance

RISK I nf or ma tio n S ys te m s

& Decision Sciences

Information Systems and Decision Sciences (521301)

I SD S B.S. 129-128 Interdepartmental General Business

Administration (520201)

G B U S B.S. 120-119 Business Administration— Prelaw

B A D L A W Bu sines s and Pub lic

Administration B A D P A D W illia m W . & Catherine M. Rucks Department of Managem ent Managem ent (520201)

M G T B.S. 120-119 Entre prene urship ENTREP Human R esource

Managem ent

HUM RES Managem ent GENM GT Marketing Marketing (521401) M K T B.S. 120-119 Business-to-Business Marketing B T B M K T e-Marketing E M K T Marketing Research MK TRES Retail Marketing R E T M K T Sales and Service

Marketing

S L SM K T

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

D E P A R T M E N T C U R R IC U L U M /M A J O R ( C IP C O D E ) C U R R I C U L U M C O D E D E G R E E # H R S . C O N C E N TR A T IO N C O N C E N T R A T I O N C O D E C u rr ic ulu m & Instruction

Early Childhood Education: PK-3 Teacher Certification (131210)

P K -3 C T B.S. 125-127 Elementary Grades Education

(131202)

ELED B.S. 127-133 Four-Year Teacher Ce rtification, G rades 1-6 1 -6 C R T Holmes Certification H O L C R T Secondary Education (131205) SECED B.S. 128 Art S E A R T Kinesiology Kinesiology (131314) KIN B.S. 128-130

Athletic Training ATHTR Fitness Studies FITNES Health and Physical

Education Teacher Certification

HPECRT Human M ovement Science H U - M V T Sports Studies SP-STU

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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

D E P A R T M E N T C U R R IC U L U M /M A J O R ( C IP C O D E ) C U R R I C U L U M C O D E D E G R E E # H R S . C O N C E N TR A T IO N C O N C E N T R A T I O N C O D E

Bio logica l & Agricultural Engineering

Biological Engineering (140501)

B E B.S. in Biological En gin ee ring (B .S.B .E.)

131 G ord on A . & M ary C ain Department of Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering (140701)

C H E B.S. in C hem ical En gi-ne erin g (B .S.C he .E.) 131 Civ il & Environmental Engineering Civil Engineering (140801) C E B.S. in C ivil En gin ee ring (B .S.C .E.)

133 Environmental Engineering (141401) EVEG B.S. in Environmental Engineering (B .S.E nv .E.) 128 Construction Managem ent Construction Management (150101) C M B.S. in Construction Managem ent (B .S.C .M .) 127 Electric al & Computer Engineering Computer Engineering (140901) EEC B.S. in Electrical Engineering (B .S.E .E.) 128 Electrical Engineering (141001) EE 127

Indu strial & Manufacturing S ys te m s Engineering Industrial Engineering (141701) IE B.S. in Industrial Engineering (B .S.I.E .) 133 Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering (141901) M E B.S. in Mechanical Engineering (B .S.M .E.) 134 Craft & Hawkins

Department of Petroleum Engineering Petroleum Engineering (142501) PETE B.S. in Petroleum Engineering (B .S.P .E.) 131

MANSHIP SCHOOL OF MASS COMMUNICATION DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

D E P A R T M E N T C U R R IC U L U M /M A J O R ( C IP C O D E ) C U R R I C U L U M C O D E D E G R E E # H R S . C O N C E N TR A T IO N C O N C E N T R A T I O N C O D E Mass Comm unication

Mass Com munication (090403) M C Bachelor of Arts in Mass Comm unication (B .A .M .C.) 128 Advertising A D V Electro nic M edia E M E D A Journalism J O U R N Political

Comm unication

P O L C M Public Relations PR

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COLLEGE OF MUSIC & DRAMATIC ARTS DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

D E P A R T M E N T C U R R IC U L U M /M A J O R ( C IP C O D E ) C U R R I C U L U M C O D E D E G R E E # H R S . C O N C E N TR A T IO N C O N C E N T R A T I O N C O D E M usic M usic (500903) M U S Bachelor of M us ic (B .M .) 130 Brass BRASS Composition C OM P Ha rp H R P Organ O R G N Percussion P E R C Piano Pedagogy PIAPD Piano Performance PIAPF String S T R N G Voice VOICE Woodw ind W W I N D Music Education (131312) MU SED Bachelor of Music Education (B.M .Ed.) 134 Instrumental INSTM Vocal V O C A L M usic (500901) M U S A R B .A . 128 The atre The atre

(500501)

THTR B .A . 128 Literature, History, and The ory

L H & T Design/Technology T D & T Performance P E R F Theatre Studies THTRST

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UNDERGRADUATE MINORS

M I N O R C O D E D E S CR I PT I ON C O L L E G E /D E P A R T M E N T

A A A S African and African-American Studies College of Arts & Sciences A D P Animal, Dairy, and Poultry Sciences Co llege o f Ag riculture

A G B U Agricultural Business Department of Agricultural Economics & Agribusiness A GR M C Agriculture for Students in Mass Com munication Co llege o f Ag riculture

A G R O A g ro no m y D e pa rtm e nt o f A g ro no m y

ANTH Anthropology Department of Geography & Anthropology APM Agricultural Pest Management College of Agriculture

APPST Applied Statistics Department of Experimental Statistics A Q U A Aq uacu lture School of Renewable Natural Resources A R C H H Arc hitectu ral His tory Sch ool of A rchitec ture

A R T H S Art H istory College of Arts & Sciences A S IA N Asian Studies College of Arts & Sciences ASST Aerospace Studies College of Arts & Sciences A V A Au dio-V isual A rts College of Arts & Sciences

B A D M Business Administration E. J. Ourso College of Business Administration B E Biological Engineering College of Engineering

B I O L Biological Sciences College of Basic Sciences

B U S A G Bu sines s A dm inistration — Ag riculture E. J. Ourso College of Business Administration C E R A M Ceramics Sch ool of A rt

CHEM Ch em istry De partm ent of C hem istry

CH IN Chinese Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures C L C V Classical Civilization Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures C M Construction Management Department of Construction Managem ent CM ST Comm unication Studies Department of Communication Studies C O R R Corrections Sch ool of S ocial W ork

CSC Computer Science Department of Computer Science D A N C E Dance De partm ent of T heatre DSM Disaster Science and Management College of Arts & Sciences

E C E Electrical & Com puter Engineering Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering E C O N Economics College of Arts & Sciences

E N G L English Department of English ENTM Entomology Department of Entomology

EVEG Environmental Engineering Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering FISH Fisheries School of Renewable Natural Resources F O R Fore stry School of Renewable Natural Resources FREN French Department of French Studies

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UNDERGRADUATE MINORS

M I N O R C O D E D E S CR I PT I ON C O L L E G E /D E P A R T M E N T

G E O L Geology Department of Geology & Geophysics G E R M German Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures GREK Greek Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures HIST Histo ry De partm ent of H istory

H O R T Ho rticulture De partm ent of H orticulture H R T C N Heritage Conservation Sch ool of A rchitec ture HS-SH Health Science—School Health College of Education INTL International Studies College of Arts & Sciences

I TA L Italian Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures JEWST Jewish Studies College of Arts & Sciences

JWM ET Jewelry/Metalsmithing Sch ool of A rt

LATN Latin Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures L IN G Linguistics College of Arts & Sciences

MA TH Mathematics Department of Mathematics MA TSC Materials Science and Engineering Department of Mechanical Engineering MC GEN Mass Com munication—General Manship School of Mass Comm unication M E Mechanical Engineering Department of Mechanical Engineering M U S A D Music Adm inistration for Students in Management E. J. Ourso College of Business Administration M US IC M usic Sch ool of M usic

NFCSC Nutrition, Food, & Culinary Sciences Co llege o f Ag riculture N S Nuclear Science College of Basic Sciences N T S C I Nutritional Sciences Co llege o f Ag riculture

O C S Oceanography and Coastal Sciences Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences O H S Oc cup ationa l He alth & Safety College of Engineering

P A IN T Painting & Drawing Sch ool of A rt

PH IL Philosophy Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies PHOTO Photography Sch ool of A rt

P H Y S Physics D e pa rtm e nt o f P hy sic s & A s tr on om y P O L D C Political Discourse Studies College of Arts & Sciences POLI Political Science Department of Political Science PRFLD Profe ssion al Lea dersh ip Department of Aerospace Studies P R IN T Printmaking Sch ool of A rt

P S Y C Psychology Department of Psychology

Q R E Quality and Reliability Engineering Department of Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering REL Religious Studies Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies R S O C L Rural Sociology Co llege o f Ag riculture

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UNDERGRADUATE MINORS

M I N O R C O D E D E S CR I PT I ON C O L L E G E /D E P A R T M E N T

RUSS Russian Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures SCULP Scu lpture Sch ool of A rt

SEB IO Secondary Education—B iology College of Education S E C H M Secondary Education—C hemistry College of Education S E EN G Secondary Education—E nglish College of Education SEESC Earth Science College of Education S E FR N Secondary Education—F rench College of Education SEGER Secondary Education—G erman College of Education SEGSC General Science College of Education SELTN Secondary Education—L atin College of Education S PM M D Special Education—Mild/Moderate Disabilities College of Education SEMTH Secondary Education—M athematics College of Education S E PH Y Secondary Education—P hysics College of Education S E R U S Secondary Education—R ussian College of Education S E SC I Secondary Education—S cience College of Education SESPE Secondary Education—S peech College of Education SESPN Secondary Education—S panish College of Education SESST Secondary Education—S ocial Studies College of Education S G E N G Sugar Engineering College of Engineering S O C L Sociology Department of Sociology

S P A N Spanish Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures S T EN G Structural Engineering College of Engineering

S U R V Surveying College of Engineering T A M Textiles, Apparel, and Merchandising School of Human Ecology T E C H S Technical Sales College of Engineering THTR The atre De partm ent of T heatre

VED Vocational Education School of Human Resource Education & W orkforce Development VIS Visu al Co mm unica tion for S tuden ts in the C ollege of A rt &

Design

Manship School of Mass Comm unication VISD Visual Communications Sch ool of A rt

W G S Wom en's and Gender Studies College of Arts & Sciences

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Graphic Design GRDESN

Graphic Design

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