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Majors and Minors

Majors consist of 10 to 21 courses with a total of 30 to 74 credit hours. Most course work in a major will fall within a single area of study but supporting courses from related areas, termed cognate courses, may also be required. Three interdisciplinary majors in Humanities, Social Science and Criminal Justice each require substantial work in several areas. A minor in any of 19 areas of study may be earned by completing 15-30 hours of work in that and related areas. The twenty-one majors, the degree earned, and the 19 minors offered at LeMoyne-Owen College are:

Majors (and minors where offered):
Art, major (B.A.) and minor
Biology, major (B.S.) and minor
Business Administration, major (B.B.A.) and minor
Chemistry, major (B.S.) and minor
Child Development and Family Studies major (B.S.)
Computer Science, major (B.S.) and minor
Criminal Justice, interdisciplinary major (B.A.) 
English, major (B.A.) and minor
History, major (B.A.) and minor
Humanities, interdisciplinary major (B.A.)
Information Technology, major (B.S.) and minor
Mathematics, major (B.S.) and minor
Music, major (B.A.) and minor
Political Science, major (B.A.) and minor
Social Science, interdisciplinary major (B.A.)
Social Work, major (B.S.)
Sociology, major (B.A.) and minor
Special Education, major (B.S.)
Teacher Education English/Language Arts, major (B.A.)
Teacher Education General Mathematics, major (B.S.) and minor
Teacher Education General Science, major (B.S.) and minor
Teacher Education Social Studies, interdisciplinary major (B.S.) minor
Urban Leadership and Social Justice, major (B.A.)

Minors are offered in:
Accounting
African and African American Studies
Economics
Psychology
Public Health

 

Courses of study leading to teacher licensure are offered in:
Arts (Visual)
Biology
Chemistry
Child Development and Family Studies
English
English/Language Arts
History
Mathematics
Music (Vocal/General)
Political Science (Government)
Social Studies
Special Education (Modified)
General Mathematics
General Science

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