124 Undergraduate Degrees

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    May 01, 2018 5:03 AM GMT
    112 Undergraduate Degrees

    Accountancy
    Advertising
    Aerospace Engineering
    African American Studies
    Agriculture
    Animal Sciences
    Anthropology
    Archaeology
    Architecture
    Art
    Art History
    Arts Administration
    Asian American Studies
    Asian Studies
    Astronomy
    Astrology
    Astrophysics
    Athletic Training
    Atmospheric Chemistry
    Biology
    Bioengineering
    Biomedical Engineering
    Biomolecular Chemical Engineering
    Broadcasting
    Business Administration
    Celtic Studies
    Chemical Biology
    Chemical Engineering
    Chemistry
    Child and Family Studies
    Civil Engineering
    Classics
    Cognitive Science
    Computer Information Systems
    Computer Science
    Construction Management
    Corporate Communication
    Creative Writing
    Criminology
    Crop Science
    Dance
    Data Science
    Dental Hygiene
    Design
    Disaster Science and Management
    Ecology
    Economics
    Education
    Electrical Engineering
    English
    Entrepreneurship
    Environmental Engineering
    Environmental Studies
    Ethnic Studies
    European Studies
    Film and Television
    Finance
    Fisheries and Aquaculture
    Food Science and Technology
    Forestry
    Geography
    Geology
    Government
    Health and Physical Education
    History
    Horticulture Science
    Interior Design
    International Business
    International Relations
    International Trade and Finance
    Islamic Studies
    Journalism
    Judaic Studies
    Latin American Studies
    Linguistics
    Literature
    Management
    Marine Biology
    Marketing
    Mathematics
    Mechanical Engineering
    Medieval Studies
    Middle Eastern Studies
    Military Science
    Music
    Naval Science
    Neuroscience
    Nuclear Science
    Nutrition
    Petroleum Engineering
    Philosophy
    Physics
    Political Science
    Pre-law
    Pre-medicine
    Psychology
    Public Relations
    Religious Studies
    Rhetoric
    Robotics
    Sexuality Studies
    Social Welfare
    Social Work
    Sociology
    Statistics
    Sustainability Studies
    Textiles, Apparel, and Merchandising
    Theater
    Urban Studies
    Vocal Performance
    Women’s and Gender Studies
    Writing
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    May 01, 2018 5:04 AM GMT
    I purposely didn't list language majors like French, German, Italian, Chinese, Latin.
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    May 01, 2018 4:00 PM GMT
    Please add:

    1. Automotive Technology
    2. Aviation
    3. Events, Hospitality, and Tourism Management
    4. Fashion Business Management
    5. Fine Arts
    6. Foreign Languages
    7. Game Design
    8. Human Resource Management
    9. Landscape Architecture
    10. Liberal Arts
    11. Photography
    12. Welding Engineering

    for a total of 124 Undergraduate Degrees
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    May 01, 2018 4:52 PM GMT
    What degrees? At a particular university? Or that exist anywhere in the US?

    I can give you some you omitted from my own campus, having been their Asst. Registrar, and also an Asst. Professor (listed in no particular order, as I remember a few of them from memory):

    - Acting
    - Theatre Direction
    - Music Composition
    - Music Conducting
    - Meterology
    - Air Traffic Control
    - Counseling
    - Animal Husbandry
    - And others, for which I'd have to consult the school catalogs

    I might mention the Military Science that you list, which I taught as an Army Major, is not itself a degree program. ROTC Cadets take Military Science (MS) courses in addition to a standard academic degree in some other discipline. The MS courses are for the purpose of obtaining an Officer's Commission, not a baccalaureate. I would presume Naval Science is the same way, and I know Air Force ROTC was, also. Even the US Military Academy (USMA) at West Point does the same thing.

    As perhaps an interesting aside, when I was taking undergraduate Theatre at another campus, one of my fellow students was Bruce Willis. I was focused on TV & radio, while Willis was taking acting, that was a Theatre concentration at that school. (Incorrectly identified as Montclair State University in some of his bios, whereas it was still a college when he & I attended)

    He left in 1977 before his degree completion. But not before I may have used him in a student TV production. We often approached the Acting Dept. for talent when we were doing our productions. I remember a Bruce, but I really can't remember if it was him. Funny if it had been. I could say I directed Bruce Willis!