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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Douglass College Programs of Study Majors  

The following majors are available to Douglass College students. They are offered by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers Business School: Undergraduate-New Brunswick, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Cook College, the School of Communication, Information and Library Studies, the School of Management and Labor Relations, and the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. See the Programs of Study for Liberal Arts Students section or the appropriate professional school section for detailed program information.

Accounting

Africana Studies

American Studies

Anthropology

Art History

Astrophysics

Biochemistry *

Biological Sciences

Biomathematics

Biotechnology *

Cell Biology and Neuroscience

Chemistry

Chinese

Classics

Communication

Comparative Literature

Computer Science

Criminal Justice

Dance

East Asian Languages and Area Studies

Economics

English

Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior *

Environmental Sciences *

European Studies

Evolutionary Anthropology

Exercise Science and Sport Studies

Finance

Food Science *

French

Genetics and Microbiology

Geography

Geological Sciences

German

History

History/French

History/Political Science

Information Technology and Informatics

Italian

Jewish Studies

Journalism and Media Studies

Labor Studies and Employment Relations

Latin American Studies

Linguistics

Management

Management Science and Information Systems

Marine Sciences

Marketing

Mathematics

Medical Technology

Medieval Studies

Meteorology *

Middle Eastern Studies

Molecular Biology and Biochemistry

Music

Nutritional Sciences *

Philosophy

Physics

Planning and Public Policy

Plant Science *

Political Science

Portuguese

Psychology

Public Health

Puerto Rican and Hispanic Caribbean Studies

Religion

Russian

Sociology

Spanish

Statistics

Statistics/Mathematics

Theater Arts

Visual Arts

Women's and Gender Studies

A bachelor of arts degree is conferred for all majors except the following, for which a bachelor of science degree is awarded: accounting; astrophysics; biotechnology; environmental policy, institutions, and behavior; environmental sciences; evolutionary anthropology; exercise science and sport studies; finance; food science; geological sciences; management; management science and information systems; marine sciences; marketing; medical technology; meteorology; nutritional sciences; plant science; and public health. Either a bachelor of arts or a bachelor of science degree is available in the following majors: computer science and physics. For further information, see departmental listings in the Programs of Study for Liberal Arts Students section.

Students majoring in a department of the Rutgers Business School: Undergraduate-New Brunswick, the School of Communication, Information and Library Studies, the School of Management and Labor Relations, or the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy receive a joint degree from Douglass College and that school.

* Offered through Cook College. Please see the Cook College section of this catalog for program information.


 
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