Since 2000 nine undergraduate major program proposals have been approved by SUNY System Administration. These majors complement the traditional major programs (over 30) offered in the School of Arts and Sciences, as well as teacher preparation programs in Adolescence Education. Arts and Sciences also offers relatively new programs in Professional Writing, Musical Theatre, Business Economics, and Social Philosophy. In addition SUNY has approved one new Graduate program in Arts and Sciences. The School of Arts and Sciences has also been active in developing new learning community programs for our students. Many of these initiatives were supported by a Title III grant from the Department of Education.
|Art and Art History Department||B.A. in New Media Design
B.F.A. in Studio Art
|Biological Sciences Department||B.S. in Conservation Biology
B.S. in Biomedical Sciences
|Chemistry Department||B.S. in Biochemistry|
|Communication Studies Department||B.A. New Communication Media|
|Geography Department||B.A. in Geographic Information Systems|
|Sociology/Anthropology Department||B.A. in Archaeology
B.A. in Criminology
|M.S. in Sustainable Energy Systems|
The array of Learning Communities offered for pre-majors is always changing. A recent example of learning community options is provided below. The School of Arts and Sciences is the home of most of these programs, our goal is to provide a Learning Community experience for every first-year arts and sciences and pre-major student.
For more recent information on learning communities students should consult the advisement Web site.