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Academic Calendar
The University
Academic Programs
Student Life
Undergraduate Admission
UG Fees & Expenses
Financial Aid
UG Degree Requirements
General Education Requirements
University College
Colleges & Schools
Graduate School
Research - Faculty Resources
International Programs
Continuing Education
ROTC
LSU-SU Coop
Courses of Instruction
Alumni Relations
Administration
Faculty
Glossary
The State of Louisiana Board of Regents, in its Master Plan for Higher Education, designated LSU as Louisiana's single "comprehensive university."

It is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, to award bachelor's, master's, doctoral, and professional degrees.

The LSU student has the opportunity to experience a rich diversity of courses, curricula, students, faculty, and settings which stimulate and challenge individual growth. As the state's comprehensive University, LSU offers numerous choices for intellectual development, career options, and cultural exposure. The undergraduate classroom is enhanced through LSU's research status, ensuring that students are aware of the most recent discoveries and are taught innovative modes of inquiry.

Bachelor's degrees are offered in 73 major fields, master's degrees are offered in 75 major fields, and doctoral degrees are offered in 55 major fields.

The University has no more important mission than to provide its students with outstanding learning opportunities. LSU offers undergraduate programs of study that are both rigorous and exciting. These programs attract bright, energetic students who wish to prepare for the career challenges of the 21st century.

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES

Academic programs and services at LSU provide students with the opportunity to obtain a strong general education, explore a variety of fields and majors, and have direct contact with faculty in their major field. Freshmen are admitted to University College where they either declare a major or examine educational and career alternatives while completing the general education requirements. To complete degree requirements, students must meet the admission requirements of a senior or degree-granting college.

Students select from degree programs offered by ten senior colleges.

College of Agriculture
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science in Forestry

College of Arts and Sciences
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of General Studies

College of Basic Sciences
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science in Geology

E. J. Ourso College of Business Administration
Bachelor of Science

College of Design
Bachelor of Architecture
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Bachelor of Interior Design
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture

College of Education
Bachelor of Science

College of Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Biological Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Construction Management
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering

Manship School of Mass Communication
Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication

College of Music and Dramatic Arts
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Music
Bachelor of Music Education

GRADUATE DEGREES

Graduate degrees that the University is currently authorized by the Board of Regents to offer are listed below. Please see the chapter "Graduate School and Professional Programs" for additional information.

Master of Arts
Master of Arts in Liberal Arts
Master of Fine Arts
Master of Landscape Architecture
Master of Science
Master of Science in Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Master of Science in Chemical Engineering
Master of Science in Civil Engineering
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
Master of Science in Industrial Engineering
Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering
Master of Science in Systems Science
Master of Science in Engineering Science
Master of Applied Statistics
Master of Education
Master of Library & Information Science
Master of Natural Sciences
Master of Mass Communication
Master of Music
Master of Business Administration
Master of Public Administration
Master of Social Work
Doctor of Philosophy
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Doctor of Musical Arts
Certificate of Advanced Study in Library and Information Science
Certificate of Education Specialist

COURSE OFFERINGS

Instruction is provided through a wide variety of on- and off-campus courses. The academic year is divided into fall and spring semesters and a summer term consisting of one or more sessions. Most classes are taught between 7:30 a.m. and 10 p.m., Monday through Friday.

The fall semester starts in mid-August and ends in mid-December; the spring semester lasts from January to May. Between the spring semester and the summer term, there is a three-week intensive intersession, during which students attend classes for three hours each day. The summer sessions are generally held from early June to early August. Many students take advantage of the summer term to expedite graduation, to take courses unavailable during the fall or spring, or to lighten the academic load for the following semester.

Some courses are taught through correspondence study, via television, or in off-campus locations through the Division of Continuing Education. These offerings provide maximum flexibility for students, particularly older students and those who work during the day. Also available are educational opportunities through ROTC, the "Artist and Lecture Series," the Career Services Center, LSU-Baton Rouge Community College Cross-Enrollment Program, and LSU-Southern University cooperative programs.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

Students with superior academic potential can find challenges in the Honors College in the form of advanced course work, lectures, seminars, and independent research. For additional information, see the "Honors College" section in this catalog.

The Division of Continuing Education offers instruction for individuals who are not in residence on any LSU campus through off-campus classes, correspondence study, short courses, conferences, seminars, and other specialized instructional programs. For more information, see the section "Division of Continuing Education" in this catalog.

The LSU Evening School offers students opportunities to obtain college degrees by attending courses at night and on weekends. Students may work toward undergraduate degrees in computer science, English, general business administration, general studies, history, mathematics, political science, psychology (B.A. or B.S.), and sociology, a Master of Arts in Liberal Arts degree, or certification in elementary and secondary education. Courses may be taken for degree credit or audited. These courses are offered on the LSU campus and at sites in East Baton Rouge and Ascension Parishes.

Off-Campus Programs are offered throughout the state. A Master of Library and Information Science degree is offered at varied locations throughout the state, the Master of Arts in Liberal Arts is offered at Fort Polk, and a doctoral degree in education is offered in Shreveport.

In addition, a program sponsored by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at the Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, Mississippi, represents a consortium of LSU, Texas A&M, and Mississippi State University, each of whom provides doctoral courses in various scientific fields.

There are also courses offered through public and cable television, by satellite, audio-graphics, and compressed video.

In an effort to ensure success in sports and academics, the Academic Center for Athletes offers career, academic, and personal counseling tailored to the needs of student-athletes.

ARTIST AND LECTURE SERIES AND LECTURESHIPS

LSU sponsors artist and lecture series and lectureships to foster intellectual inquiry, stimulate dialog, and cultivate unique experiences with outstanding performance in a variety of fields. Among these programs are:

Aesculapian Lecture Series in Veterinary Medicine
Arts & Sciences Humanities Lecture Series
Bicentennial Commemoration Lectureship in Chemical Engineering
British Petroleum Lecture Series in Geology
College of Design Paula G. Manship Lecture Series
J. Norman Efferson Lectureship Series
Festival of Contemporary Music
Walter Lynwood Fleming Lectures in Southern History
James C. and Cherie H. Flores Master of Business Administration Program Distinguished Speaker Series
Freeport-McMoRan Annual Lectureship in Chemical Engineering
Frank J. Germano Lecture Series on the Practice of Civil Engineering
Max Goodrich Distinguished Speaker Series in Physics and Astronomy
Giles Wilkeson Gray Lecture Series in Speech
J. C. Greer Distinguished Speaker Series in Business Administration
Holt B. Harrison/Harrison Paint Co./Elmira H. Harrison Lectureship
Walter Hitesman Lecture Series in Mass Communication
Hubert H. Humphrey Lectureship in Public Affairs
Thomas Austin Kirby Lectures in the Humanities
J. W. Kistler Conference
W. A . Lawrence Lecture
School of Library and Information Science Beta Phi Mu Award Series
Oceanography & Coastal Sciences Distinguished Lectureship Series
Pasquale Porcelli Distinguished Lecture Series in Mathematics
Patrick Lecture Series in Nutrition, Food Science, and Wetland Science
Edward Douglass White Lectures
L. J. Wilbert Memorial Lectures in Geology
School of Music—Throughout each year, the School of Music presents a comprehensive series of concerts involving faculty soloists, symphony, wind ensemble; jazz, gospel, choral, and chamber music; and opera.
LSU Theatre presents five major productions each year, as well as a "Second Season" of student-directed presentations. Swine Palace Productions, a professional theatre company, offers productions in the fall and spring, in association with LSU Theatre.

BOARD OF REGENTS' ACADEMIC POLICY

The University conforms to Board of Regents' requirements to ensure consistency of official documentation with the Regents' Inventory of Degree and Certificate Programs. The following standardized terms are used in LSU catalogs, diplomas, commencement programs, transcripts, and other official documents:

Degree - The title of the award conferred on students by a college, university, or professional school upon completion of a unified program of study (i.e., Bachelor of Arts, B.A.; Bachelor of Science, B.S.; Master of Science, M.S.; Master of Fine Arts, M.F.A.; Master of Landscape Architecture, M.L.A.; Doctor of Philosophy, Ph.D., etc.).

Degree Program - A grouping of campus-approved courses and requirements (i.e., minimum gpa, comprehensive examinations, English and mathematics proficiency) that, when satisfactorily completed, will entitle the student to a degree from a public institution of higher education.

Degree Designation - A degree designation for each authorized program at public institutions of higher education is listed in the Board of Regents' Inventory of Degree and Certificate Programs. Some programs require the name of the subject area as part of the degree designation (i.e., Bachelor of Architecture, B.Arch.; Master of Social Work, M.S.W.; Juris Doctorate, J.D., etc.).

Degree Subject Area - The primary discipline/field that constitutes the focus of a degree program. (For example, a Bachelor of Arts in History. In some cases, the degree subject area is part of the degree title, as in Bachelor of Architecture, Master of Landscape Architecture.)

Degree Title - The complete label of a degree program consisting of the degree designation and the degree subject area (i.e., Bachelor of Arts in History; Bachelor of Science in Chemistry). After satisfactorily completing a degree program, a student will be entitled to a degree in the appropriate subject area from a public institution of higher education.

Curriculum - A description of the required and elective courses for a degree program.

Major - That part of a degree program consisting of a specified group of courses in a particular discipline or field. The name of the major is usually consistent with the degree subject area. A major usually consists of 25 percent or more of the total hours required in an undergraduate curriculum. Establishment of a major requires prior approval by the Board of Regents.

Minor - That part of a degree program consisting of a specified group of courses in a particular discipline or field. The minor usually consists of 15 percent or more of the total hours required in an undergraduate curriculum. Minors do not require prior approval by the Board of Regents.

Concentration - An alternative track of courses within a major, accounting for at least 30 percent of the major requirements. Establishment of a concentration does not require prior approval by the Board of Regents.

Transcripts list degree titles, majors, minors, and concentrations. Diplomas list only the appropriate degree designations.

Undergraduate degrees that the University is currently authorized by the Board of Regents to offer are presented in the following tables by college. Minors and areas of concentration within degree programs are also listed.

 

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

DEPARTMENT

CURRICULUM/MAJOR
(CIP CODE)

CURRICULUM CODE

DEGREE

# HRS.

CONCENTRATION

CONCENTRATION CODE

Agricultural
Economics

Agricultural Business
(010101)1

1 Classification of Instructional Programs

AGBU

B.S.

134

Agribusiness Finance

AGBFIN

Agribusiness Management

AGBMGT

International Marketing

INTMKT

Biological & Agricultural Engineering

For undergraduate degree, see College of Engineering

         

Forestry, Wildlife, & Fisheries

Forestry (Forest  Management) (030506)

FORM

B.S.F.

134

Ecosystem Management

ECOMGT

Forest Management

FORMGT

Wildlife & Fisheries (030601)

WILDF

B.S.

128

Aquaculture

AQUCLT

Fisheries

FISHER

Fish/Wildlife Conservation

FWCNSV

Wildlife

WLDLIF

3+1 (Wildlife & Fisheries)

3+1WF

Human Ecology

Dietetics
(190503)

HED

B.S.

128

   

Family, Child, & Consumer Sciences
(190701)

HEFCC

B.S.

128-130

Consumer Science

CNSUMR

Human Services Management

HSMGT

Nursery School & Kindergarten Teaching

NS/KDG

Textiles, Apparel, & Merchandising
(080102)

HETAM

B.S.

128

Apparel Design

APPARL

Merchandising

MERCHD

Textile Science

TEXTIL

Interdepartmental

 

Animal, Dairy, & Poultry Sciences
(020201)

ADP

B.S.

134

Animal Sciences

ANIMAL

Dairy Foods Technology

DRYFDS

Dairy Production

DRYPRD

Poultry Sciences

POULTR

Science & Technology— Animal Science

SCITNA

Science & Technology—Dairy Science

SCITND

Science & Technology— Poultry Science

SCITNP

3+1—Animal Sciences

3+1A

3+1—Dairy Sciences

3+1D

3+1—Poultry Sciences

3+1P

Environmental Management Systems
(030102)

ENSYS

B.S.

130

Environmental Science

ENVSCI

Policy Analysis

PLCYAN

Resource Conservation

RESCON

Nutrition, Food, & Culinary Sciences
(020301)

NFCSC

B.S.

128

Culinary Science

CULSCI

Food Science & Technology

FDSCTC

Nutrition/Premedical

NUTRPM

Plant & Soil Systems
(020401)

PLSYS

B.S.

135

Agronomic Crops

AGCROP

Horticultural Science

HORTSC

Ornamentals, Olericulture, & Pomology

OROLPM

Soil Science

SOILSC

Turfgrass Management

TRFMGT

Vocational Education

Vocational Education
(131399)

VED

B.S.

135

Adult, Extension, International Education

ADEXIE

Agricultural Education

AGED

Business Education

BUED

Career Development

CARDEV

Home Economics Education

HEED

Industrial Education

INED

Training & Development

TRDEV

 

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

DEPARTMENT

CURRICULUM/MAJOR
(CIP CODE)

CURRICULUM CODE

DEGREE

# HRS.

CONCENTRATION

CONCENTRATION CODE

Interdepartmental

Economics
(450601)

ECONA

B.A.

128

   

General Studies
(240102)

GS

B.G.S.

129

Physical Therapy

PPT

International Studies
(059999)

INTL

B.A.

128

Africa and the Middle East

AFRME

Asia

ASIA

Europe

EUROPE

Global Studies

GLOBST

Latin America

LATNAM

Russia and Central Asia

RUSSCA

Liberal Arts
(240101)

LIBAR

B.A.

128-132

Art History

FA-AH

Mass Communication

MC

Studio Art

FA-ST

Women's & Gender Studies

WGS

Russian Area Studies
(050110)

RUSAS

B.A.

128

   

Communication Sciences & Disorders

Communication Disorders
(510204)

COMD

B.A.

128

   

English

English
(230101)

ENGL

B.A.

128

Creative Writing

ENCW

Literature

ENLT

Writing & Culture

WRITCU

Foreign Languages & Literatures

German
(160501)

GERM

B.A.

128

   

Latin
(161203)

CLATN

B.A.

128

   

Spanish
(160905)

SPAN

B.A.

128

   

French & Italian

French
(160901)

FREN

B.A.

128-132

   

Geography & Anthropology

Anthropology
(450201)

ANTH

B.A.

128

   

Geography
(450701)

GEOGA

B.A.

128

   

GEOGS

B.S.

128

History

History
(450801)

HIST

B.A.

128

   

Mathematics

Mathematics
(270101)

MATH

B.S.

128

Computer Science

MCSC

Mathematics

MATH

Philosophy & Religious Studies

Philosophy
(380101)

PHIL

B.A.

128

Religious Studies

REL

Political Science

Political Science
(451001)

POLI

B.A.

128

   

Psychology

Psychology
(420101)

PSYCA

B.A.

128

   

PSYCS

B.S.

128

Sociology

Sociology
(451101)

SOCL

B.A.

128

Criminology

SOCJ

Rural Sociology

RUSOCL

Speech Communication

Speech Communication
(231001)

SPCM

B.A.

128

   

 

COLLEGE OF BASIC SCIENCES DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

DEPARTMENT

CURRICULUM/MAJOR (CIP CODE)

CURRICULUM CODE

DEGREE

# HRS.

CONCENTRATION

CONCENTRATION CODE

Biological Sciences

Biochemistry
(260202)

BCH

B.S.

129

   

Biological Sciences
(269999)

BIOL

B.S.

128

   

Microbiology
(260501)

MBIO

B.S.

128

   

Chemistry

Chemistry
(400501)

CHEM

B.S.

136

Chemistry

CHEM

Chemistry & a Second Discipline

CHEMSD

Computer Science

Computer Science
(110701)

CSC

B.S.

133

   

Geology & Geophysics

Geology
(400601)

GEOLP

B.S. in Geology (B.S.Geol.)

128

Environmental Geology

ENVGEO

Geology

GEOLP

Physics & Astronomy

Physics
(400801)

PHYS

B.S.

130

Astronomy

ASTR

Physics

PHYS

Physics & a Second Discipline

PHYSD

Physics & Secondary Education Area

PHYSE

 

E. J. OURSO COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

DEPARTMENT

CURRICULUM/MAJOR (CIP CODE)

CURRICULUM CODE

DEGREE

# HRS.

CONCENTRATION

CONCENTRATION CODE

Accounting

Accounting
(520301)

ACCT

B.S.

120

   

Economics

Economics
(520601)

ECONS

B.S.

120-119

   

International Trade & Finance
(521101)

ITF

B.S.

120-119

   

Finance

Finance
(520801)

FIN

B.S.

120-119

Financial Management

FINMGT

Financial Services

FINSER

Investments

INVEST

Real Estate

REALES

Risk Management and Insurance

RISK

Information Systems & Decision Sciences

Information Systems & Decision Sciences
(521301)

ISDS

B.S.

129-128

   

Interdepartmental

General Business Administration
(520201)

GBUS

B.S.

120-119

Business Administration—

Prelaw

BADLAW

Business & Public Administration

BADPAD

Management

Management
(520201)

MGT

B.S.

120-119

Entrepreneurship

ENTREP

Human Resource Management

HUMRES

Management

GENMGT

Marketing

Marketing
(521401)

MKT

B.S.

120-119

Business-to-Business Marketing

BTBMKT

Marketing Research

MKTRES

Retail Marketing

RETMKT

Sales & Service Marketing

SLSMKT

 

COLLEGE OF DESIGN DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

DEPARTMENT

CURRICULUM/MAJOR (CIP CODE)

CURRICULUM CODE

DEGREE

# HRS.

CONCENTRATION

CONCENTRATION CODE

Architecture

Architecture (5-year program)
(040201)

ARCH

Bachelor of Architecture

(B.Arch.)

160

   

Art

Studio Art
(500702)

STAR

Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.)

132

Ceramics

CERAM

Graphic Design

GRDESN

Jewelry/Metalsmithing

JWLMET

Painting

PAINT

Photography

PHOTO

Printmaking

PRINT

Sculpture

SCULPT

Interior Design

Interior Design
(040501)

ID

Bachelor of Interior Design

(B.I.D.)

135-131

   

Landscape

Architecture

Landscape Architecture
(5-year program)
(040601)

LA

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture

(B.L.A.)

160

   

 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

DEPARTMENT

CURRICULUM/MAJOR

(CIP CODE)

CURRICULUM

CODE

DEGREE

# HRS.

CONCENTRATION

CONCENTRATION CODE

Curriculum & Instruction

Elementary Grades Education
(131202)

ELED

B.S.

128

Four-Year Undergraduate Teacher Certification

4YRCRT

Holmes Certification

HOLCRT

Secondary Education
(131205)

SECED

B.S.

128

Art

SEART

Biology

SEBIOL

Chemistry

SECHEM

English

SEENGL

French

SEFREN

Mathematics

SEMATH

Physics

SEPHYS

Social Studies

SESOCL

Spanish

SESPAN

Kinesiology

Kinesiology
(131314)

KIN

B.S.

128-130

Fitness Studies

FITNES

Health & Physical Education Teacher Certification

HPECRT

Human Movement Science

HU-MVT

Sports Studies

SP-STU

 

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

DEPARTMENT

CURRICULUM/MAJOR (CIP CODE)

CURRICULUM CODE

DEGREE

# HRS.

CONCENTRATION

CONCENTRATION CODE

Biological & Agricultural Engineering

Biological Engineering
(140501)

BE

B.S. in Biological

Engineering (B.S.B.E.)

136

   

Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering
(140701)

CHE

B.S. in Chemical Engineering (B.S.Che.E.)

131

   

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Civil Engineering
(140801)

CE

B.S. in Civil

Engineering (B.S.C.E.)

134

   

Environmental Engineering
(141401)

ENVEG

B.S. in Environmental Engineering (B.S.Env.E.)

128

   

Construction Management

Construction Management
(150101)

CM

B.S. in Construction Management (B.S.C.M.)

128

   

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Computer Engineering
(140901)

EEC

B.S. in Electrical Engineering (B.S.E.E.)

 

129

   

Electrical Engineering
(141001)

EE

128

   

Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering

Industrial Engineering
(141701)

IE

B.S. in Industrial Engineering (B.S.I.E.)

132

   

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering
(141901)

ME

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering (B.S.M.E.)

134

   

Petroleum Engineering

Petroleum Engineering
(142501)

PETE

B.S. in Petroleum Engineering (B.S.P.E.)

132

   

 

MANSHIP SCHOOL OF MASS COMMUNICATION DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

DEPARTMENT

CURRICULUM/MAJOR (CIP CODE)

CURRICULUM CODE

DEGREE

# HRS.

CONCENTRATION

CONCENTRATION CODE

Mass Communication

Mass Communication
(090403)

MC

Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication (B.A.M.C.)

128

Advertising

ADV

Electronic Media

EMEDA

Journalism

JOURN

Political Communication

POLCM

Public Relations

PR

 

COLLEGE OF MUSIC AND DRAMATIC ARTS DEGREE PROGRAMS—UNDERGRADUATE

DEPARTMENT

CURRICULUM/MAJOR (CIP CODE)

CURRICULUM CODE

DEGREE

# HRS.

CONCENTRATION

CONCENTRATION CODE

Music

Music
(500903)

MUS

Bachelor of Music (B.M.)

131

Brass

BRASS

Composition

COMP

Harp

HRP

Organ

ORGN

Percussion

PERC

Piano Pedagogy

PIAPD

Piano Performance

PIAPF

String

STRNG

Voice

VOICE

Woodwind

WWIND

Music Education
(131312)

MUSED

Bachelor of Music Education (B.M.Ed.)

132-134

Instrumental

INSTM

Vocal

VOCAL

Music
(500901)

MUSAR

B.A.

128

   

Theatre

Theatre
(500501)

THTR

B.A.

128

Literature, History, & Theory

LH&T

Design/Technology

TD&T

Performance

PERF

Theatre Studies

THTRST

 

UNDERGRADUATE MINORS

MINOR CODE

DESCRIPTION

COLLEGE/DEPARTMENT

AAAS

African & African-American Studies

College of Arts & Sciences

ADP

Animal, Dairy, & Poultry Sciences

College of Agriculture

ADVER

Advertising

School of Mass Communication

AGBU

Agricultural Business

Department of Agricultural Economics & Agribusiness

AGRMC

Agriculture for Students in Mass Communication

College of Agriculture

AGRO

Agronomy

Department of Agronomy

ANTH

Anthropology

Department of Geography & Anthropology

APPST

Applied Statistics

Department of Experimental Statistics

AQUA

Aquaculture

School of Forestry, Wildlife, & Fisheries

ARTHS

Art History

College of Arts & Sciences

ASIAN

Asian Studies

College of Arts & Sciences

AVA

Audio-Visual Arts

College of Arts & Sciences

BADM

Business Administration

E. J. Ourso College of Business Administration

BENGR

Biological Engineering

College of Engineering

BUSAG

Business Administration—Agriculture

E. J. Ourso College of Business Administration

CERAM

Ceramics

School of Art

CHEM

Chemistry

Department of Chemistry

CLCV

Classical Civilization

Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures

CM

Construction Management

Department of Construction Management

CORR

Corrections

School of Social Work

CSC

Computer Science

Department of Computer Science

DANCE

Dance

Department of Theatre

ECE

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

ECON

Economics

College of Arts & Sciences

EMEDA

Electronic Media

School of Mass Communication

ENGL

English

Department of English

ENTM

Entomology

Department of Entomology

ENVEG

Environmental Engineering

Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering

FISH

Fisheries

School of Forestry, Wildlife, & Fisheries

FOR

Forestry

School of Forestry, Wildlife, & Fisheries

FREN

French

Department of French & Italian

FWCON

Fish & Wildlife Conservation

School of Forestry, Wildlife, & Fisheries

GEOG

Geography

Department of Geography & Anthropology

GEOL

Geology

Department of Geology & Geophysics

GERM

German

Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures

GREK

Greek

Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures

HIST

History

Department of History

HORT

Horticulture

Department of Horticulture

HS-SH

Health Science—School Health

College of Education

INTL

International Studies

College of Arts & Sciences

ITAL

Italian

Department of French & Italian

JEWST

Jewish Studies

College of Arts & Sciences

JOURN

Journalism

School of Mass Communication

JWMET

Jewelry/Metalsmithing

School of Art

LATN

Latin

Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures

LING

Linguistics

College of Arts & Sciences

MATH

Mathematics

Department of Mathematics

MATSC

Materials Science and Engineering

Department of Mechanical Engineering

MBIO

Microbiology

Department of Biological Sciences

MCGEN

Mass Communication—General

School of Mass Communication

ME

Mechanical Engineering

Department of Mechanical Engineering

MUSIC

Music

School of Music

NFCSC

Nutrition, Food, & Culinary Sciences

College of Agriculture

NS

Nuclear Science

College of Basic Sciences

OHS

Occupational Health & Safety

College of Engineering

PAINT

Painting & Drawing

School of Art

PHIL

Philosophy

Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies

PHOTO

Photography

School of Art

PHYS

Physics

Department of Physics & Astronomy

POLCM

Political Communication

School of Mass Communication

POLDC

Political Discourse Studies

College of Arts & Sciences

POLI

Political Science

Department of Political Science

PRINT

Printmaking

School of Art

PSYC

Psychology

Department of Psychology

PUBRL

Public Relations

School of Mass Communication

QRE

Quality and Reliability Engineering

Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

REL

Religious Studies

Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies

RSOCL

Rural Sociology

College of Agriculture

RUSAS

Russian Area Studies

College of Arts & Sciences

RUSS

Russian

Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures

SCULP

Sculpture

School of Art

SEBIO

Secondary Education—Biology

College of Education

SECHM

Secondary Education—Chemistry

College of Education

SEENG

Secondary Education—English

College of Education

SEESC

Earth Science

College of Education

SEFRN

Secondary Education—French

College of Education

SEGER

Secondary Education—German

College of Education

SEGSC

General Science

College of Education

SELTN

Secondary Education—Latin

College of Education

SEMTH

Secondary Education—Mathematics

College of Education

SEPHY

Secondary Education—Physics

College of Education

SERUS

Secondary Education—Russian

College of Education

SESPE

Secondary Education—Speech

College of Education

SESPN

Secondary Education—Spanish

College of Education

SESST

Secondary Education—Social Studies

College of Education

SOCL

Sociology

Department of Sociology

SPAN

Spanish

Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures

SPCM

Speech Communication

Department of Speech Communication

SURV

Surveying

College of Engineering

TAM

Textiles, Apparel, & Merchandising

School of Human Ecology

TECHS

Technical Sales

College of Engineering

THTR

Theatre

Department of Theatre

VED

Vocational Education

School of Vocational Education

VIS

Visual Communication for Students in the College of Design

Manship School of Mass Communication

WGS

Women's & Gender Studies

College of Arts & Sciences

WILD

Wildlife

School of Forestry, Wildlife, & Fisheries

 

 

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