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  Camden Undergraduate Catalog 2008-2010 Liberal Arts Colleges Camden College of Arts and Sciences Programs of Study Major Programs  

Major Programs


The Camden College of Arts and Sciences (CCAS) offers the major programs listed below and described in detail in the Programs, Faculty, and Courses chapter.

A major program includes 30 to 48 credits of coursework in the selected major department, and any other courses required, as specified by that department. However, the total number of credits specified by the department may not exceed 80.

Bachelor of Arts

014African American Studies

080Art (art history, design, electronic art, fine arts)

120Biology

160Chemistry

163 Childhood Studies

198Computer Science

202Criminal Justice

220Economics

350English

420French

470German

510History

555Student-Proposed Major

640Mathematics

700Music

730Philosophy

750Physics

790Political Science

830Psychology

840Religion

890General Science

910Social Work

920Sociology

940Spanish

965Theater Arts

975Urban Studies

Bachelor of Science

124Biomedical Technology

198Computer Science

705Nursing

CCAS also offers special concentrations for students interested in premedicine, preagriculture (017), preengineering (005), and prepharmacy (720). Air Force and Army officer training programs are available to students.

 
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