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

Students must declare and complete a major from among the following disciplines, as well as a minor from among those listed under "Minors." If a student majors in a non-liberal arts subject, then the minor must be selected from the liberal arts minors. Liberal arts disciplines are identified by an asterisk (*).

Additional information is available at http://rcoas.rutgers.edu/declmjr.htm.

Accounting

Africana Studies*

American Studies*

Anthropology*

Art History*

Astrophysics *

Biochemistry* **

Biological Sciences* **

Biomathematics*

Cell Biology and Neuroscience* **

Chemistry*

Chinese*

Classics*

Communication

Comparative Literature*

Computer Science*

Criminal Justice*

Dance

East Asian Languages and Area Studies*

Economics*

English*

European Studies*

Evolutionary Anthropology *

Exercise Science and Sport Studies

Finance

French*

Genetics* **

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*

Medieval Studies*

Microbiology * **

Middle Eastern Studies*

Molecular Biology and Biochemistry* **

Music*

Philosophy*

Physics*

Planning and Public Policy

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; biochemistry; evolutionary anthropology; exercise science and sport studies; finance; geological sciences; management; management science and information systems; marine sciences; marketing; microbiology; and public health. Either a bachelor of arts degree or a bachelor of science degree is available in the following subjects: computer science and physics. For subjects offering both a bachelor of arts and a bachelor of science degree, students may not graduate with a bachelor of arts degree, then return to complete the courses necessary for a bachelor of science degree. All courses required for the desired degree must be completed at the time of graduation. For information, see the departmental listing in the Programs of Study chapter.

* Liberal arts discipline.
** Students may major in only one of the following subjects: biochemistry, biological sciences, cell biology and neuroscience, genetics, microbiology, and molecular biology and biochemistry.


 
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