Academic Organization & Programs (continued)

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Honors & Scholars Programs

Academic Scholars Program

The Academic Scholars Programs are housed within each of the academic divisions.  Each offers unique opportunities for academically talented students to enhance their undergraduate experience. Scholars are selected from among Miami University’s most outstanding applicants to be a part of this premier program and are seen as the academic leaders on campus. Each of the seven distinct programs offers an array of academic and co-curricular opportunities guaranteed only to these select students.

University Honors Program

The University Honors Program is a selective academic program for students of all majors. The University Honors Program offers students the opportunity to:

  • Meet some general education (Miami Plan) requirements through introductory, intermediate and advanced honors seminars
  • Take advantage of individualized advising and academic support
  • Reside in one of the optional living learning communities
  • Apply for funding for summer study, undergraduate research and other student-initiated projects.

Divisional and Departmental Honors Programs

List of Divisional and Departmental Honors Programs

Departmental and divisional honors programs are designed for students seeking additional challenge in their major or academic interest area. Students can participate in both the University Honors Program and these other honors programs. For more information, contact the department or visit the links below.

Guidelines for Creating a Departmental or Divisional Honors Program

Why create a department or division-based honors program?

Unlike the University Honors Program, which must meet the needs of a diverse array of students pursuing a wide range of majors, division- and department-based honors programs are tailored to meet the needs of high-achieving students in the major.  Thus, they can be tailored more specifically for your students to advance them toward success in the major or field and promote the intellectual and learning environment for your unit. 

What process should the department use to create a department or division-based honors program?

Although honors programs have been created in many different ways, the most successful ones are usually generated by key stakeholders (e.g., those faculty members, students, administrators, employers, alumni, and others who would be most affected by, involved or interested in such a program).  In short, they are created in a "bottom-up" fashion.  An ad hoc committee composed of dedicated faculty and students as well as interested others such as outstanding alumni or prospective employers of graduates would be ideal for creating the program's design.  If there are multiple majors offered in the department or division, faculty who teach in each major would be valuable committee members so that the interests of each major are considered.  Ideally, the ad hoc committee would eventually seek input and approval from the entire faculty, relevant students, and administrators.

The committee will want to spend time articulating the purpose and objectives of such a program as well as making recommendations concerning the components of the program: its selection and admission process, its curricular and co-curricular offerings and requirements; its needs in terms of budget and resources; its advising needs; and its means of assessment.  

What will be the program's curricular requirements?

The number, types, and timing of curricular requirements vary considerably among honors programs. Although honors programs come in many different forms, most require students to meet their curricular requirements in their final one or two years of study.  A program with ample resources and with a policy for admitting students before they matriculate, however, will generally have requirements across all four years.

Curricular requirements come in a variety of forms:

  • Special seminars or courses solely devoted to honors students
  • Capstone courses or independent study experiences in which students undergo extensive research, fieldwork, writing or creative work
  • Enriched assignments or opportunities in regularly offered courses
  • Enriched lab or discussion sections of regularly offered courses
  • Internships or other experiential opportunities
  • Study abroad experiences
  • Graduate seminars
  • Undergraduate research or teaching assistantships
  • Participation and attendance at professional conferences
  • Collaboration with faculty on special projects.

Some honors programs also offer special co-curricular requirements or opportunities, such as community service hours, evening workshops or programs, required advisement sessions, or field excursions.

The requirements that you select should be congruent with your departmental resources, with any divisional expectations, and with the mission of the honors program you create.  Generally speaking, senior-level honors courses in the departments carry a 480 number.  Special attention should be given to ensuring that the requirements are readily available to students, cost-effective and sustainable over time.  For the College of Arts and Science, see the Miami Bulletin for basic guidelines. 

What rewards will students receive for being in and completing the honors program?

Rewards and incentives can be offered at one or more of the following times: upon entering the program, while in the program, and upon completion of the program.  They can come in a variety of forms:

  • Special curricular opportunities (courses, projects within regular courses, graduate seminars)
  • Special co-curricular and experiential opportunities (teaching and research assistantships, internships, collaborative projects with faculty, personal meetings with dignitaries)
  • Participation in the Undergraduate Associates Program (where students receive transcript notation for helping a faculty member teach a course or for providing supplemental instruction or peer tutoring.  This program is administered by the University Honors Program, but open to any student)
  • Transcript notation
  • Certificates

 

How can the UHP and the department or division-based honors program be mutually supportive?

Both the UHP and division or department-based honors programs have the same ultimate goals--to attract and meet the needs of high ability students.  Thus, it is important that both programs configure themselves to reinforce rather than to detract from one another.  Of crucial importance is ensuring that students who choose to participate in both programs can do so without undue hardship.  As you are developing your program, here are some tips to ensure that your program dovetails well with the UHP:

  • Review the mission, objectives and current requirements of the UHP. 
  • Consider whether students in your honors program can also meet the UHP requirements, if they desire to do so.
  • Ask yourself: Are there ways that your department and its program can aid students in successfully meeting UHP requirements, such as offering students opportunities to work on a thesis or major project in a course setting?
  • Ask yourself: Are there departmental honors offerings that might also function as university honors experiences?

Liberal Education

Global Miami Plan

Liberal education complements specialized studies in the student’s major and provides a broadened context for exploring social, academic, political and professional choices. Other than honors students, all Miami students, regardless of major, are required to participate in the Global Miami Plan for Liberal Education. Liberal education course work and co-curricular programming emphasize four basic goals:

  • Thinking Critically. Students learn how to develop critical thinking skills that enable them to carefully identify problems worth studying; to examine pros and cons about issues; to develop skills for examining evidence and counter-arguments; to analyze research and other information; to explore underlying assumptions about multiple positions and arguments; and to draw solid conclusions after examining all sides of an issue or problem.
  • Understanding Contexts. Students learn how to understand contexts that inform how we make meaning out of issues and events. They may explore political, social, economic, historical, or other contexts that surround problems or issues confronted. They learn that contextual analysis and understanding opens up new ways of knowing not only about the world in which one lives, but also about oneself.
  • Engaging with Other Learners. The Global Miami Plan is based on the firm belief that we learn from one another, from people different than ourselves, and from a wide variety of others. A healthy exchange of different ideas and viewpoints encourages rethinking of accepted perspectives. Thus, students learn to think critically and to understand contexts through in- and out-of-class activities designed to engage them with other learners: other students, other faculty or staff, and other learners outside of the university. Students learn how to work effectively in group settings, how to listen actively to the ideas of others, and how to negotiate a shared understanding of complex issues and tasks.
  • Reflecting and Acting. Finally, the Global Miami Plan encourages students to both reflect upon and act on the new knowledge, understanding, and commitments made. Students learn how to make decisions about complex intellectual, ethical and personal issues; to think about the meaning of coursework, and to commit to informed action as global citizens.

The Global Miami Plan has three parts: Foundation Courses, a Thematic Sequence, and a Capstone Course.

The Foundation (MP) requirement is met by taking a minimum of 36 semester hours (33 hours with Study Abroad) of Foundation courses across five specific areas:

  1. English Composition (6 hours)
  2. Fine Arts, Humanities, Social Science (9 hours)
  3. Fine Arts (3 hours)
  4. Humanities (3 hours)
  5. Social Science (3 hours)
    1. Global Perspectives (6 to 9 hours)
    2. Study Abroad (6 hours fulfills requirement), or
    3. G-Courses (9 hours), or
    4. G-Cluster (9 hours)
      1. Natural Science (9 hours, must include one laboratory course)
      2. Biological Science (3 hours minimum)
      3. Physical Science (3 hours minimum)
        1. Mathematics, Formal Reasoning, Technology (3 hours)

Additionally, to complete the Foundation area requirements, students must complete the following:

  • Cultures (Cul) requirement - All students must take at least one Foundation course that presents a cultural perspective. Students satisfy this requirement by taking an appropriately designated course in any foundation area. The same course may meet both a Foundation areas requirement and the cultural and/or historical perspective requirement.
  • Historical (H) requirement - All students must take at least one Foundation course that presents a historical perspective (H). Students satisfy this requirement by taking an appropriately designated course in any Foundation area. The same course may meet both a Foundation area requirement and the historical and/or the cultural perspective requirement.

The Thematic Sequence (MPT) requirement is met by completing three related courses (usually nine hours) in an approved Thematic Sequence outside the student's department of major.

The Capstone Course (MPC) requirement is met by completing three hours in an approved Capstone course during a student's senior year.

Honors Academic Plan

Overview

While most Miami students develop liberal education skills and abilities by completing the Global Miami Plan, students in the University Honors Program who entered the UHP prior to 2013 develop these key skills and abilities in an alternative way, which is known as the Honors Plan for Liberal Education. Rather than fulfilling requirements in specific subject areas (e.g., English), honors students meet three sets or "tiers" of increasingly challenging student learning outcomes. These outcomes are categorized into seven key competency areas, which include the following: Written Communication, Inquiry, Critical and Integrative Thinking, Intercultural Understanding, Collaboration, Reflection, and Breadth of Learning. These areas of competence are aligned with the essential learning outcomes of liberal education that several recent national studies have identified. Each competency area includes a foundational, intermediate, and advanced student learning outcome.

Students can meet the honors student learning outcomes through any substantive and sustained experience they have during college (e.g., honors courses and co-curricular experiences, non-honors courses and non-honors co-curricular experiences, courses for major requirements, courses for divisional requirements, elective courses, academic research, study abroad, student teaching experiences, and community engagement experiences).

Requirements

The Honors Plan is an integral part of a student’s curriculum. Honors students meet the following set of requirements:

  • Major Requirements
  • School/Divisional Requirements (Arts and Sciences; Business; Education, Health & Society; Engineering and Computing; or Creative Arts)
  • Liberal Education Requirements (i.e., Honors Plan, which is in lieu of the Global Miami Plan)
  • 128 credit hours to graduate

To complete the University Honors Program and graduate from the University Honors Program, students must:

  1. Successfully complete an Honors Foundation course (i.e., AMS 180Y, AMS 180Z, or HON 181). These courses are designed to orient students to the University Honors Program requirements and philosophy.
  2. Write reflective narratives in an electronic portfolio to address the three tiers of honors student learning outcomes. Tier 1 consists of introductory outcomes, tier 2 is dedicated to intermediate level outcomes, and tier 3 includes advanced outcomes.
  3. Complete a minimum of 9 approved honors experiences.* Honors experiences are learning opportunities that have gone through an approval process that ensures they are aligned with the Honors student learning outcomes. Like outcomes, honors experiences are categorized in three tiers (introductory, intermediate and advanced).
  4. Submit the honors electronic portfolio for review and meet with an honors adviser each year.

All students who meet the above requirements will graduate from the University Honors Program. Students who meet the above requirements and also attain a cumulative grade point average of 3.50 or higher when they graduate will also receive a "University Honors" transcript notation.

Existing Degrees, Certificates and Areas of Study

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Existing Degrees

Undergraduate and Graduate Majors and Degrees

Major

Undergraduate Degree(s)

Graduate Degree(s)

Accountancy

Bachelor of Science in Business

Master of Accountancy

American Studies

Bachelor of Arts

Anthropology

Bachelor of Arts

Architecture

Bachelor of Arts in Architecture

Master of Architecture

Art

Bachelor of Fine Arts

Master of Fine Arts

Art and Architecture History

Bachelor of Arts in the History of Art and Architecture

Art Education

Bachelor of Science in Art

Master of Arts

Athletic Training

Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training

Biochemistry

Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts

Bioengineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

Biological Physics

Bachelor of Science

Biology

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science

Master of Arts, Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy

Biological Sciences

Master of Arts in Teaching

Black World Studies

Bachelor of Arts

Botany

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science

Master of Arts, Master of Science,
Doctor of Philosophy

Business Administration (part-time)

Master of Business Administration

Business-Economics

Bachelor of Science in Business

Cell, Molecular and Structural Biology (CMSB)

Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy

Chemical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

Master of Science in Chemical Engineering

Chemistry

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science

Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy

Chemistry Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Chinese Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Classical Humanities

Bachelor of Arts

Classical Languages

Bachelor of Arts

Computational Science and Engineering

Master of Science in Computational Science and Engineering

Computer Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

Computer Science

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Master of Computer Science

Criminal Justice

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

 

Diplomacy and Global Politics

Bachelor of Arts

Early Childhood Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Earth Science

Bachelor of Arts

Earth Science Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Earth Science/Chemistry Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Earth Science/Life Science Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

East Asian Language and Cultures

Bachelor of Arts

Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology (EEEB)

Doctor of Philosophy

Economics

Bachelor of Arts

Master of Arts

Educational Administration

Doctor of Education, Doctor of Philosophy

Educational Leadership

Master of Education, Master of Science

Educational Psychology

Master of Education

Electrical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

Elementary Education

Master of Education

Elementary Mathematics Education

Master of Education

Engineering Management

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

Engineering Physics (pre-professional)

Bachelor of Science

Engineering Technology

Bachelor of Science in Applied Science

English, Composition and Rhetoric

Master of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy

English/Creative Writing

Bachelor of Arts

Master of Arts

English/Literature

Bachelor of Arts

Master of Arts, Master of Arts in Teaching, Doctor of Philosophy

English/Professional Writing

Bachelor of Arts

Environmental Earth Science

Bachelor of Arts

Exercise and Health Studies

Master of Science in Exercise & Health Studies

Family and Child Studies

Master of Science

Family Studies

Bachelor of Science in Family Studies

Finance

Bachelor of Science in Business

French

Bachelor of Arts

Master of Arts

French Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Geography

Bachelor of Arts

Master of Arts

Geology

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science

Master of Arts, Master of Science,
Doctor of Philosophy

General Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

German

Bachelor of Arts

German Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Gerontology

Bachelor of Arts

Master of Gerontological Studies,

Master of Population and Social Gerontology,
Doctor of Philosophy

Graphic Design

Bachelor of Fine Arts

Health Information Technology

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

 

Health Promotion

Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology & Health

History

Bachelor of Arts

Master of Arts

Information Systems

Bachelor of Science in Business

 

Instructional Design

Master of Arts, Master of Education

Integrated Language Arts Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Integrated Mathematics Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Integrated Social Studies Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Integrative Studies

Bachelor of Integrative Studies

Interactive Media Studies

Bachelor of Arts

 

Interdisciplinary Business Management

Bachelor of Science in Business

Individualized Studies Program (Western)

Bachelor of Arts

Instructional Design and Technology

 

Master of Arts

Interior Design

Bachelor of Fine Arts

International Studies

Bachelor of Arts in International Studies

Italian Studies

Bachelor of Arts

Journalism

Bachelor of Arts

Kinesiology

Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology & Health

Latin American Latino/a and Caribbean Studies

Bachelor of Arts

Latin Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Life Science Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Life Chemistry Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Life Science/Chemistry Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Linguistics

Bachelor of Arts

Management & Leadership

Bachelor of Science in Business

Manufacturing Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

Marketing

Bachelor of Science in Business

Mathematics

Bachelor of Science

Master of Arts, Master of Arts in Teaching, Master of Science

Mathematics and Statistics

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science

Mechanical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

Media & Culture

Bachelor of Arts

 

Medical Laboratory Science

Bachelor of Science

Microbiology

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science

Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy

Middle Childhood Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Music

Bachelor of Arts in Music

Music Education

Bachelor of Music

Master of Music

Music Performance

Bachelor of Music

Master of Music

Nursing

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Nutrition

Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology & Health

Philosophy

Bachelor of Arts

Master of Arts

Physical Science/Chemistry Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Physical Science Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Physics

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science

Master of Science

Political Science

Bachelor of Arts

Master of Arts, Master of Arts in Teaching, Doctor of Philosophy

Psychology

Bachelor of Arts

Doctor of Philosophy
(Master of Arts required)

Public Administration

Bachelor of Arts

Quantitative Economics

Bachelor of Science

Reading Education

Master of Education

Religion

Bachelor of Arts

Master of Arts

Russian, Eastern European, and Eurasian Studies

Bachelor of Arts

School Psychology

Master of Science, Specialist in Education

Secondary Education

Master of Education

Social Gerontology

Doctor of Philosophy

Social Justice Studies

Bachelor of Arts

Social Work

Bachelor of Science in Social Work

Sociology

Bachelor of Arts

Software Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering

Spanish

Bachelor of Arts

Master of Arts

Spanish Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Special Education

Bachelor of Science in Education

Master of Arts, Master of Education

Speech Communication

Bachelor of Arts

Master of Arts

Speech Pathology and Audiology

Bachelor of Science

Master of Arts, Master of Science

Sport Leadership and Management

Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology & Health

Master of Science in Kinesiology

Statistics

Bachelor of Science

Master of Science in Statistics

Strategic Communication

Bachelor of Arts

Supply Chain and Operations Management

Bachelor of Science in Business

Student Affairs in Higher Education

Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy

Theatre

Bachelor of Arts in Theatre

Master of Arts

Transformative Education

Master of Education

Urban and Regional Planning

Bachelor of Arts

Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Bachelor of Arts

 

Associate’s Degree Programs

Program

Associate’s Degree

Accounting Technology

Associate of Applied Business

Business Management Technology (Real Estate Mgmt. Technology Option)

Associate of Applied Business

Business Software Technology

Associate of Applied Business

Computer and Information Technology

Associate in Applied Science

Computer Technology (continuation option for CSE)

Associate in Applied Science

Criminal Justice (Hamilton campus only)

Associate in Applied Science

Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology

Associate in Applied Science

Marketing Management Technology

Associate of Applied Business

Mechanical Engineering Technology

Associate in Applied Science

Prekindergarten Education

Associate in Applied Science

Technical Study

Associate of Technical Study

 

Existing Certificates

Undergraduate Certificate Programs

Program

 Academic Division

China Business

Business

Design Thinking

Creative Arts

Geographic Information Science

Arts and Science

Teaching English Language Learners (TELLs)

Education, Health and Society

 

Graduate Certificate Programs

Program

 Academic Area

Applied Statistics

Department of Statistics

College Teaching

Departments of Graduate School and CELTUA

Ecology

Departments of Biology, Geography, Geology & Environmental Earth Science, and
Microbiology

Gerontology

Departments of Sociology and Gerontology;
Scripps Gerontology Center

Interactive Media Studies

Program of Interactive Media Studies

Molecular biology

Department of Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, and
Microbiology

Professional Development: String Instrumental Performance

Department of Music

Professional Development: Assessment and Evaluation

Department of Educational Psychology

Russian, Eastern European and Eurasian Studies

Departments of History andPolitical Science; Comparative Religion

Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Program of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

 

Existing Undergraduate Minors by Division

Minor

Academic Division

Actuarial Science

Arts and Science

Aerospace Studies

Arts and Science

Aging and Health

Arts and Science

Aging and Policy

Arts and Science

American Studies

Arts and Science

Anthropology

Arts and Science

Applied Sociological Research

Arts and Science

Arabic

Arts and Science

Art, 2-Dimensional Media Studies

Creative Arts

Art, 3-Dimensional Media Studies

Creative Arts

Art and Architectural History

Creative Arts

Arts Management

Business; Creative Arts

Asian-Asian American Studies

Arts and Science

Bioengineering

Engineering and Computing

Bioinformatics

Arts and Science

Black World Studies

Arts and Science

Business Analytics

Business

Business Legal Studies

Business

Chemical Engineering

Engineering and Computing

Child Studies

Education, Health, and Society

Chinese

Arts and Science

Classical Humanities

Arts and Science

Classical Languages

Arts and Science

Coaching

Education, Health, and Society

Communication

Arts and Science

Community-Based Leadership

Education, Health, and Society

Computational Science and Engineering

Engineering and Computing

Computer Engineering

Engineering and Computing

Computer Science

Engineering and Computing

Crime, Law and Social Justice

Arts and Science

Criminal Justice

Professional Studies & Applied Sciences

Criminology

Arts and Science

Digital Game Studies

Arts and Science

Disability Studies

Arts and Science

East Asian Studies

Arts and Science

Economics

Arts and Science, Business

Educational Technology

Education, Health, and Society

Electrical Engineering

Engineering and Applied Science

English Literature

Arts and Science

Entrepreneurship

Business

Ethics, Society, and Culture

Arts and Science

European Area Studies

Arts and Science

Family Relationships

Education, Health, and Society

Film Studies

Arts and Science

Finance

Business

French

Arts and Science

Geography

Arts and Science

Geology

Arts and Science

German

Arts and Science

Gerontology

Arts and Science

Global Health Studies

Arts and Science

Global Perspectives on Sustainability

Arts and Science

History

Arts and Science

History of Philosophy

Arts and Science

Horticulture

Arts and Science

Information Systems

Business

Interactive Media Studies

Arts and Science

Interdisciplinary Studies

Arts and Science

International Business (business majors only)

Business

Italian

Arts and Science

Japanese

Arts and Science

Jewish Studies

Arts and Science

Landscape Architecture

Creative Arts

Latin American Latino/a and Caribbean Studies

Arts and Science

Linguistics

Arts and Science

Lusophone Studies

Arts and Science

Management

Business

Management of Information Technologies

Business

Management and Leadership

Business

Manufacturing Engineering

Engineering and Computing

Marketing

Business

Mathematics

Arts and Science

Mechanical Engineering

Engineering and Computing

Medieval Studies

Arts and Science

Middle East and Islamic Studies

Arts and Science

Molecular Biology

Arts and Science

Music Composition

Creative Arts

Music History

Creative Arts

Music Performance

Creative Arts

Music Theatre

Creative Arts

Naval Science

Arts and Science

Neuroscience

Arts and Science

Nutrition

Education, Health, and Society

Operations Research Methods

Arts and Science

Paper Engineering

Engineering and Computing

Physics

Arts and Science

Plant Biology

Arts and Science

Political Science

Arts and Science

Religion

Arts and Science

Risk Management and Insurance

Business

Russian

Arts and Science

Russian, Eastern European, and Eurasian Studies

Arts and Science

Social Justice and Inequalities

Arts and Science

Sociology

Arts and Science

Spanish

Arts and Science

Special Education

Education, Health, and Society

Sport Management

Education, Health, and Society

Statistical Methods

Arts and Science

Statistics

Arts and Science

Supply Chain Management

Business

Theatre Arts

Creative Arts

Urban and Regional Analysis

Arts and Science

Urban Design

Creative Arts

Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Arts and Science

Writing-Rhetoric

Arts and Science

Existing Graduate Areas of Study

Art and Creative Arts: Theatre, Music Education, Music Performance, Art, Architecture

Behavioral & Social Sciences: Geography, Psychology,  Political Science, Educational Psychology

Biological Sciences: Ecology, Ecology Evolution and Environmental Biology, Microbiology, Zoology, Environmental Science, Botany, Cell Molecular and Structural Biology, Speech Pathology & Audiology

Business: Accountancy, Business Administration (part-time only), Economics

Computer & Information Technology: Computer Science, Computational Science & Engineering

Education: Educational Administration, Educational Leadership,  Student Affairs in Higher Education, Teacher Education, College Teaching 

Engineering: Chemical Engineering

Humanities: English, History, Philosophy, French

Health: Exercise & Health Studies, Sports Studies, Speech Pathology & Audiology

Mathematics & Statistics: Mathematics, Statistics, Math Education

Physical Science: Chemistry, Physics, Geology