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The field of arts and humanities explores how human beings interact with the world and express emotions, thoughts and ideas. Thought to be the cornerstone of a liberal arts education, the study of arts and humanities creates a well-rounded college graduate. Many classes in this grouping may be required courses depending on what college you attend. Majors and classes in this field tend to emphasize critical thinking, writing, creativity and artistic expression.
Some examples of majors found in this grouping include English literature, philosophy, fine arts, music, film, theology, French, Spanish or another foreign language.
Majors within the arts and humanities are a good choice for students who are looking for a well-rounded education. Many students are also interested in taking electives in the arts and humanities to explore their artistic and creative side.
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Where would our modern world be without modern businesses that create products, goods, services and experiences for us to enjoy? This field appeals to students who like coming up with creative ideas and unique solutions to problems.
Many students are interested in studying business in college. This is a vast field with many different options. Some of the majors one could pursue in the business field include accounting, marketing, construction management, entrepreneurial studies, finance, hospitality management, human resources, or general business.
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Jobs in the health-care industry are growing at a rapid rate meaning there will be many opportunities for students interested in this subject. Health and medicine is an excellent field for students who want to improve the lives of others, help them recover from illnesses, and feel great mentally and physically.
Some of the most popular majors in this field are nursing, public health, medical technology, and health science.
An undergraduate degree in this field prepares students for careers in hospitals, doctor’s offices, nursing homes or private businesses. It can also be an excellent stepping stone to an advanced degree in medicine. Explore the majors in this field by clicking on the categories below.
A multidisciplinary program is usually a combination of classes from various subjects put together to create one complete and focused area of study. The program can either be something pre-determined by the college, or it can be a very individualized and personalized program the student designs with the help of an advisor.
Some examples of multidisciplinary programs a student might pursue include American studies, human development & family studies, parks and recreation, behavioral science, cognitive science, nutrition science and more.
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Public and social services is a realm that encompasses law, government, public administration and social welfare. Some of the majors students could pursue in this grouping include human services, public administration, criminal justice, military science, and biblical studies.
Majors in the public and social services prepare students for careers serving others, whether that is in the military or homeland security, representing citizens in a political position, or serving as a pastor, bible teacher or missionary. These majors can also be preparation for an advanced degree.
Science, technology, engineering and math are often grouped together due to the interrelatedness of the subject matter. Majors in this field typically appeal to students who enjoy math, logic, research and the opportunity to create and design products and programs.
Explore some of the majors and fields of study in this grouping by clicking the boxes below for more information. Some popular majors to explore include agricultural science and economics, engineering, biology, computer science, chemistry, mathematics, natural resources and conservation.
The grouping of trades, skills and services describes majors and fields of study that involve specialized skills and services. Students interested in majors in this field typically enjoy working with their hands and coming up with creative solutions to problems.
Many of these majors are common in community colleges as two-year degree programs. However some are also available as four-year degree programs for the student who wants to pursue a more in-depth study.
Popular majors include building management & inspection, air transportation, vehicle maintenance & repair, and culinary arts. Learn more by clicking the links below.