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Lighting: Theatre Arts, M.F.A.
Prepare for a career performing, directing, writing or designing for professional theatre.
Examine life's fundamental questions and develop the reasoning, critical thinking and communication skills that are highly valued in many professions.
Gain the industry knowledge and practical teaching skills to become a secondary school teacher of agriculture (grades 6–12).
Orchestral Instrument Performance: Music, M.
Develop your talents as a professional performer, composer, music educator or studio teacher.
Learn how to design, develop and test sophisticated computing technologies used in electronic instrumentation, communication and power systems, and more.
Latin American Studies
Build your knowledge about Latin American countries and their growing political and economic importance in the world.
Family Life: Child, Family & Consumer Studies, B.S.
Learn how to help families improve quality of life through positive choices in finances, work and relationships.
Rehabilitation Counseling & Human Services
Prepare to help people with disabilities live independently as a certified rehabilitation counselor.
Gain the hands-on skills, knowledge about the human body, and practical experiences to become a certified athletic trainer.
Fire Ecology & Management
Learn why and how fires burn in our wildlands, and study the effects these fires have on the environment, quality of life and the economy.
Biological Systems Engineering: Biological & Agricultural Engineering, B.S.
Study systems of living things and learn to apply this knowledge to address challenges in the environment, food supply, medical field, and more.
Biological: Environmental Science, B.S.
Prepare to solve the globe’s environmental problems with study in the natural sciences, social sciences and other fields.
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