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Below we provide CHASS program advising materials (program profiles and recommended degree sequences) to assist prospective and current students and their faculty advisors.

ADVISING UPDATES

  • What courses satisfy the RELIGIOUS STUDIES and PHILOSOPHY core requirements? Click here.
  • What courses satisfy the SOCIAL SCIENCE core requirements? Click here.
  • Which MATH core options does your CHASS major accept? Click here.

PROGRAM PROFILES provide such information as a program's mission, faculty, available majors and minors, degree requirements, and contact information.

DEGREE SEQUENCES recommend course schedules that are intended to help you complete a major within four years' time (five for Music Therapy). There are no degree sequences for concentrations or certificates offered by CHASS academic departments. Always consult with your academic advisor in the event that your are unable to follow the recommended sequence; deviating from these recommendations likely will delay your graduation with a chosen major.
PROGRAM WEBSITE

PROGRAM PROFILE

 

DEGREE SEQUENCE

(recommended)

Asian Studies

(concentration)

N/A

GOVERNMENT

 

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

profile (under construction)

GOVERNMENT sequences

American Politics track

Comparative/International Relations Concentration

 

BA in International Affairs degree sequence

 

(concentration)
profile
N/A
MODERN LANGUAGES profile BA in Spanish degree sequence
 
BM in Music Education degree sequence
profile (under construction)

profile (under construction)

(Undergraduate and Graduate Certificates; Master of Art)

 

profile

 

BA in Pastoral Ministry degree sequence
Political Economy (concentration)
N/A
Pre-Law (concentration)
N/A

BA in Psychology degree sequences

General

Addiction Prevention--Community

Child & Adolescent

Experimental

 

BA in Religious Studies degree sequence

Women's & Gender Studies

(concentration)

 
N/A

 

Rev. 11/2013