• Chemical Engineering

    Combine chemistry with engineering to create better industrial processes used to produce petroleum and paper products, pharmaceuticals, energy, electronics, food, chemicals, and more.

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  • Political Science

    Learn about the history, policies and challenges that drive governments and political systems around the world.

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  • Geography

    Learn geographic methods and techniques to address complex issues related to the environment, natural resources, populations, and political and economic systems.

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  • Chemistry

    Learn how to manipulate chemicals and other substances to solve practical problems related to medicine, food, materials, national security, energy and more.

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  • Pre-Dietetics

    Study the science of nutrition on the path to becoming a registered dietician.

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  • Recreation, Sport, and Tourism Management

    Prepare to plan, organize and lead recreation programs for communities, tourism companies, youth groups, and other organizations.

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  • Early Childhood Education

    Gain the skills to become a certified teacher or special educator for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and children in grades K-3.

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  • Fishery Resources

    Gain the solid science-based knowledge to ensure healthy fish populations in fisheries, lakes and rivers.

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  • Interior Architecture and Design

    Learn the techniques, materials, tools and practical design skills for a professional career in interior architecture and design.

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  • Natural Resource Conservation

    Learn to influence human behavior in order to effectively manage natural resources and address environmental issues.

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