Paradigms

The major paradigm offered below are an optimal pathway to completion of the major. However, several factors affect a student's ability to follow this specific pathway, including timing of a student's decision to major, course availability, course demand, course scheduling conflicts, and faculty availability. Therefore, a student should expect that he/she will not likely follow this specific pathway to completion of the major. A student may use the paradigm as a resource and preparation guide, but a student's academic advisor is the best resource for planning course schedules. 

Major paradigms are found by academic department.

Business
Chemistry
Communication

Education
English
History
Mathematics, Computer Science, and Statistics
Modern/Classical Languages
Music
Philosophy

Social Science:
Criminal Justice

Human Services

Political Science

Sociology

Theatre and Dance