Art and Art History Hone critical and technical skills and learn to interpret the past and present through art.
Biology Go for a general biology major or choose tracks in environmental or molecular biology.
Chemistry Explore majors in Chemistry, Biochemistry and Exercise Chemistry.
Communication & Cinema Learn how people construct and interpret meaning, whether face to face or through media.
Economics and Business Administration Prepare for careers and graduate study in finance, economic analysis and government.
Education Earn a minor in this nationally and state accredited program that leads to Maryland certification.
English Read broadly, think critically and creatively, express yourself in lucid speech, writing and design.
Environmental Studies Advance environmental sustainability through an interdisciplinary program.
Foreign Languages (see below, World Languages, Literatures, and Cultures)
History Delve into courses and seminars on topics ranging from the High Middle Ages to Russian History to the American Revolution.
Kinesiology (formerly Exercise Science & Physical Education) Train for careers in education, sports medicine and sports management.
Mathematics & Computer Science Tackle specialized courses and research projects leading to infinite future possibilities.
Military Science Commit to the U.S. Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) program and graduate as an officer.
Music Prepare for careers in performance, music management and music education or simply take courses to find your own beat.
Philosophy Think about it: it’s enlightening, stimulating and dedicated to inquiry and discovery.
Physics Discover how the universe works through guided discovery-based learning approaches.
Political Science and International Studies Examine human behavior in a governmental context through the lens of national and international studies.
Pre-Professional Studies Pursue Pre-law, Teaching Certification or Pre-medical studies.
Psychology Discover this pluralistic discipline with roots in the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities.
Religious Studies Acquire the tools to understand religions and their contributions to humanity, both positive and negative.
Social Work Understand biological, psychological and socio-cultural aspects of people’s relationships with their environment.
Sociology Investigate the structure of groups, organizations and societies from a scientific, humanistic and cross-cultural view.
Theatre Arts Choose from three areas of intensive study: acting, interactive theatre and production.
World Languages, Literatures, and Cultures - Immerse in the cultural, literary, artistic and linguistic expression of seven different languages.
Course Catalog Learn more about our programs of study and courses offered in our online catalog.
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