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Food Science

Food Science is the study of the transformation of biological materials into food products acceptable for human consumption. This requires studying diverse scientific disciplines related to food, including chemistry,...

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  • BS

Foreign Language & International Economics

The Foreign Language and International Economics major combines economics with proficiency in languages such as;  Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Russian, or Spanish and prepares students for a future in...

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  • BA
  • BS

Forestry

The forestry major is a professional degree program and is the only one in Kentucky accredited by the Society of American Foresters. We are looking for students who share our passion for forests, wildlife, and other natural...

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  • BS

Gender & Women's Studies

Gender and Women’s Studies began as a field of study that honored women’s perspectives in a world that neglected them, and has grown to analyze gender in relation to race, class, sexuality, citizenship, age, and physical...

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  • BA

Geography

Geographers examine spatial processes - physical, political, social, cultural, environmental, economic - and ask why places have the characteristics they do. Geographers investigate all types of environments, and learn how...

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  • BA
  • BS

Geological Sciences

Geological Sciences encompass a variety of types of studies of the Earth, including composition, structure, prehistoric life, internal and surfical processes, and geological history. These studies have applications in the...

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  • BA
  • BS

Health Promotion (Non-Teaching)

The health promotion (non-teaching certification) program is designed for those interested in seeking employment in a community health setting or going to graduate school in a health-related area. The health promotion...

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  • BS

Health Promotion (Teaching)

The Health Promotion major is designed for students interested in teaching health education in the schools. The major requires students to complete one or more University-approved minors (18-21 hours). The department also...

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  • BS

Health, Society & Populations

The Health, Society, and Populations (HSP) B.A. degree provides graduates with a broad liberal-arts education, in addition to a concentration on social science based approaches to understanding health outcomes and...

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  • BA

History

History majors are trained to appreciate the significance and relevance of the past in order to understand the varied and diverse historical creators of the present. The program emphasizes the development of critical...

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  • BA
  • BS

Horticulture, Plant & Soil Sciences

Horticulture, Plant and Soil Sciences provides students with the knowledge and skills needed for a career in the production and management of plants and soils for food, fiber, forage, oil, recreation, landscaping and the...

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  • BS

Hospitality Management & Tourism

The Hospitality Management and Tourism (HMT) program will prepare you for the specialized knowledge needed within the hospitality industry.  The degree will help you become a professional focused on technology and consumer...

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  • BS

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