• Child Development

    Learn the fundamentals of child development and how to contribute to healthy family environments.

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  • Wildlife Resources

    Gain the skills and knowledge to protect and manage the natural resources that support healthy wildlife.

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  • Criminology

    Investigate the causes of crime and how society prevents and responds to criminal behavior.

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  • Art

    Gain a broad liberal arts education and develop your skills in graphic design, interactive design or studio art.

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  • Management Information Systems

    Gain the skills to organize and manage the process of moving goods and services through production and to the customer.

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  • Physics

    Explore phenomena of the physical universe and gain the research, computer and technical skills for a future as a scientist, engineer or educator.

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  • Economics

    Learn what drives U.S. and global economies and explore the role of the economy in business decisions.

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  • Agricultural Education

    Gain the industry knowledge and practical teaching skills to become a secondary school teacher of agriculture (grades 6–12).

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  • Management & Human Resources

    Build broad business and leadership skills to help organizations develop and manage a quality workforce.

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  • Crop Science

    Learn how to produce profitable, sustainable field crops like wheat, corn, barley, rapeseed and beans.

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