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Anthropology

Anthropology is the study of humankind in all times and places.  It is perhaps the broadest of the liberal arts disciplines in the scope of its focus on humanity. A major in anthropology offers opportunities to learn about...

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Anthropology - Graduate

Since its inception in the 1960s, the graduate program has been nationally recognized as a leader in applied anthropology. We define applied anthropology as research with practical application and impact, but anchored in a...

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    Anthropology - Minor

    A minor is a structured group of courses that leads to considerable knowledge and understanding of a subject, although with less depth than a major. Some employers consider minors desirable, and the corresponding major...

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    Appalachian Studies - Minor

    The minor in Appalachian Studies offers students with serious interests in Appalachian regional studies an opportunity to pursue a minor concentration to complement a major in one of the university’s professional or liberal...

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    Applied Behavior Analysis - Graduate

    The Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis (MS in ABA) is an on-campus only degree program that will train graduate students to provide behavioral consultation, support, and training to teachers, staff, parents, and...

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      Architecture

      The undergraduate Architecture program is an intensive regimen of architecture studios and courses in the history and theory of architecture, building technology, digital technology, and professional practice. To become a...

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      Architecture - Graduate

      The Master of Architecture is a first-professional graduate degree, accredited by the National Architecture Accrediting Board (NAAB). This two-year degree comprises the second part of a sequential “4+2” curriculum, in which...

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        Art Education

        Art Education provides students with a strong foundation in art studio and art history, along with the theory and practices of art education. Art Education graduates are prepared for careers in K-12 art education.

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        Art Education - Graduate

        Art Education provides students with a strong foundation in art studio and art history, along with theory and practice of art education. The Master of Arts (M.A.) in Art Education provides in-service training, professional...

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          Art History & Visual Studies

          The Art History & Visual Studies program offers two distinct tracks for undergraduate majors and minors, designed to help students prepare for the many career choices available to students pursuing a degree in one of the...

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          • BA
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          Art History & Visual Studies - Graduate

          The Master of Arts in Art History & Visual Studies prepares students with the course work, language skills, and research experience needed for further graduate study or work in arts organizations and educational settings...

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            Art History - Minor

            The Minor in Art History focuses on the development of the visual arts, particularly the histories of "high" or "fine" art, within a broad liberal arts tradition. Students study artistic images, objects and events...

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