Agricultural Business
Apparel & Merchandising
Business Administration
Communication Studie
Construction Management
Economics
Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
Equine Science
Forest and Rangeland Stewardship
Horticulture
Hospitality Management
Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts
Journalism & Media Communications
Mathematics
Natural Resource Tourism
Natural Resources Management
Political Science
Psychology
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Majors In The Field Of Organization, Management & Enterprise


Agricultural Business
Agricultural Science

Are you interested in the idea of supplying necessary agricultural products to farmers and ranchers? Would you enjoy assisting farmers and ranchers with their business finances? Does buying and selling crops or livestock sound interesting? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you should consider a major in Agricultural Business.

Department website: Agricultural & Resource Economics

Catalog: Major in Agricultural Business

Apparel & Merchandising
Apparel and Merchandising

Are you interested in studying apparel and textile design? Do you have interest in product development and sourcing? Could you see yourself working in the field of promotion, distribution, and retailing of consumer goods in the global environment? Would you like learning about the study of the cultural/historical, economic, social/psychological, and scientific aspects of the textile and apparel industry? If so, Apparel and Merchandising might be a major for you.

Department website: Design and Merchandising

Catalog: Major in Apparel and Merchandising

Business Administration
Business

Are you interested in being an effective leader and decision maker in dynamic business environments? Does data analysis and interpretation interest you? Are you a good communicator and team worker? Are technical expertise, accuracy, and accountability important to you? Do you like learning about how businesses are shaped by financial, economic, legal, ethical, social, and organizational influences? Do you like learning about information systems and interpersonal communication? If so, a degree in Business Administration may be for you.

College website: Business

Catalog: Major in Business Administration

Communication Studies *
Communication Studies

Are you hoping to receive a broad-based, liberal arts education? Is a major that can prepare you for a multitude of different careers appealing to you? Do you have interest in the media and visual culture, relational and organizational communication, and rhetoric and civic engagement? Would you like to further you knowledge and understanding of human communication? If so, you should consider a major in Communication Studies.

Department website: Communication Studies

Catalog: Major in Communication Studies

Construction Management
Construction Management - on site in South Africa

Do you marvel at big construction projects: buildings, bridges, airports, and roads? Have you always wondered how projects come together, how the materials, machines, and people are coordinated in space and time to produce those immense structures? Are you someone who would like to apply business, engineering, and management practices to complex real world projects? Do you enjoy working in dynamic, fast-paced teams? If your answers to any of these questions are “yes” then a major in Construction Management may be the one for you.

Department website: Construction Management

Catalog: Major in Construction Management

Economics
Economics

Are you curious about the forces that affect our economic welfare? Are you interested in the history of economic thought, philosophies, and institutions? Would you like to apply mathematical and statistical techniques to the analysis of economic problems? Are you interested in international trade and finance? Would you enjoy helping businesses explore new markets? If any of your answers are “yes,” then a major in Economics may be for you.

Department website: Economics

Catalog: Major in Economics

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics
Environmental and Natural Resource economics

How will humanity feed a growing population? How do agricultural markets function? Can environmental costs be measured and mitigated? How will the world’s scarce natural resources be allocated? These are a few of the issues that agricultural and resource economists deal with every day.

Department website: Agricultural and Resource Economics

Catalog: Major in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

Equine Science
Equine Science

Do you enjoy the horse industry? Do the processes that allow horses to run, grow, thrive, and reproduce intrigue you? Have you ever wondered how embryo transfer occurs?Have you thought about a career in equine veterinary medicine? If you are curious about equine sciences, this might be the major for you.

Department website: Animal Sciences

Catalog: Major in Equine Science

Forest and Rangeland Stewardship
Forest and Rangeland stewardship-view

Would like to help preserve, protect and maintain forests for future generations’ use and enjoyment? Have you ever wondered how valuable forest products can be harvested in a beneficial and environmentally sustainable manner? Would you like to manage a forest to preserve or restore its long-term viability, improve wildlife habitat, or maintain regional air and water quality? Do you wish to know how fire might be employed as a forest management tool? If your answer to any of these questions is “yes,” then a forest and rangeland stewardship major may be right for you.

Department website: Forest and Rangeland Stewardship

Catalog: Major in Forest and Rangeland Stewardship

Horticulture
Horticulture

Do you like working in yards or greenhouses growing flowers, fruits and vegetables? Are you curious about propagating and breeding plants? What about discovering and developing new plant varieties through research? If any of these sound exciting, perhaps a major in Horticulture is for you.

Department website: Horticulture and Landscape Architecture

Catalog: Major in Horticulture

Hospitality Management
Hospitality Management

Have you ever wanted to run a hotel or recreational resort? Does running a restaurant in a mountain lodge sound appealing to you? Is working in a recreational industry your idea of a great occupation? If the answer to any of these questions is “yes” then a degree in Hospitality Management may be the right one for you.

Department website: Food Science and Human Nutrition

Catalog: Major in Hospitality Management

Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts
Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts

Are you committed to a life of learning and a broad-based education? Are you interested in knowing about past and contemporary cultures? Would you like exposure to a diversity of worldviews? Do you wish to develop excellent writing, speaking, thinking, and reading abilities? Would you like to study human behavior, history, and institutions in diverse societies? A “yes” answer may mean a major in Liberal Arts could be good for you.

Program website: Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts

Catalog: Major in Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts

Journalism & Media Communications
Journalism and Media Communication

Would you like to write and share information about a wide variety of topics? Does investigating and reporting real, behind-the-scenes stories intrigue you? Does the fast moving world of public relations and promotion of the latest products sound exciting to you? Would you like to use modern techniques and the tools of video communication? Then a major in Journalism and Media Communication may be a good fit.

Department website: Journalism and Media Communication

Catalog: Major in Journalism and Media Communication

Mathematics *
Mathematics - equations

Do you enjoy the challenges of solving mathematical puzzles and analyzing complex formulas? Are you good at organizing and analyzing information? Does the idea of calculating odds and probabilities fascinate you? Would you like to apply mathematics and mathematical modeling to the solution of engineering, planning, or risk management problems? If you answer “yes” to any of these questions, then you may want to consider a major in mathematics.

Department website: Mathematics

Catalog: Major in Mathematics

Natural Resource Tourism
Natural Resource Tourism

Do you want to run a tourism or outdoor recreation business? Would you enjoy educating the public about natural or cultural history, the environment, or outdoor recreational opportunities? Would you like to manage public lands and waters to provide people with quality outdoor recreation experiences? Would you like to introduce people to wilderness recreation and preservation opportunities? Does a career in the growing field of ecotourism intrigue you? If so, you may want to consider natural resource tourism as a major.

Department website: Human Dimensions of Natural Resources

Catalog: Major in Natural Resource Tourism

Natural Resources Management
Natural Resources Management

How will the nation’s forest and range landscapes be managed in the future? Can water quality and wildlife habitat be protected as use of public lands increases? What is ecosystem management? How can computers be used to map and manage natural resources? How can economic and ecological tradeoffs among different resource uses be balanced? These are just some of the questions natural resource managers might consider

Department website: Forest and Rangeland Stewardship

Catalog: Major in Natural Resources Management

Political Science
Political Science

Are you fascinated by the fast-moving political events shaping our lives? Would you like to understand how government works and how people and events influence it? Do you wonder how public policies shape behavior and influence the course of history? Does becoming involved in international relations intrigue you? Are you concerned about individual rights and how to protect them? If your answers are “yes,” then Political Science may be the right major for you.

Department website: Political Science

Catalog: Major in Political Science

Psychology
Psychology

Are you interested in how the human mind works? Do you wish to understand human behavior? Do the processes of development, perception, learning, motivation, and thinking intrigue you? Would you like to better understand how psychology relates to the physiological and social functioning of animals and humans? Are you interested in a major that qualifies you for a wide range of occupations? Consider a major in psychology!

Department website: Psychology

Catalog: Major in Psychology

* — denotes Undergraduate Teacher Licensure available for that major