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CATALOG • 2010-2011


Academic Programs

Majors

Cedar Crest College offers the majors in the following fields, for the degrees as indicated.

Bachelor of Arts
Art*
Communication
Dance
English*
Fine Arts
Global Studies
History*
Music
Political Science*
Social Work*
Spanish*
Theatre

Bachelor of Arts or Science
Secondary Education*† (certification)
Biology
Psychology*

Bachelor of Science
Accounting*
Biochemistry
Biodiversity and Conservation Biology
Business Administration*
Chemistry
Computer Information Systems*
Criminal Justice*
Elementary Education* (certification)
General Science
Genetic Engineering
Marketing*
Mathematics
Neuroscience
Nuclear Medicine Technology
Nursing*
Nutrition*


* Indicates evening availability.
† Co-major; must be taken in conjunction with a regular academic major. The primary major determines the degree awarded.

 

Academic Minors

Accounting
Art History
Anthropology
Applied and Professional Ethics
Biology
Business Administration
Chemistry
Communication
Computer Information Systems
Criminal Justice

 



Dance
Economics
English
Film Studies
Gender Studies
Health and Wellness
History
Mathematics
Marketing
Music
Nutrition

 



Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Religious Studies
Sociology
Spanish
Speech
Theatre
Writing

         

Certificates

Accounting CPA Certificate
Child Welfare Certificate
Computer Information Systems
Gerontology Certificate
Healthcare Management (online)

 



Human Resource Management
Nuclear Medicine
School Nurse (certification)

 

Programs

Forensic Science
Health Professions Program
Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Medicine and
Pre-Veterinary Medicine
Honors
Pre-Law

Graduate Programs

Master of Education: The Art of Teaching
Master of Education with Elementary Certification
Master of Education with Secondary Certification

 

 

ESL (certification)
Master of Science in Forensic Science
Master of Science in Nursing
Reading Specialist (certification)



Pre-Professional Programs in Health

Programs are available in pre-dentistry, pre-medicine and pre-veterinary. A preprofessional program offers a sequence of courses that provides a foundation for the desired professional study while the student pursues a bachelor's degree in at least one academic major. Students interested in pre-dentistry, pre-medicine or pre-veterinary programs should contact the chairperson of either the biological sciences or chemical and physical sciences.


Certificate Programs

To earn a certificate from Cedar Crest College, students must maintain a 2.0 cumulative GPA or higher. Please note that some certificate programs require a cumulative grade-point average higher than 2.0. For more information, please refer to the sponsoring department section in this catalog. Restrictions apply to some certificates. Students must submit an application for degree form to the registrarÕs office in order to verify completion of the certificate.

Last Updated: 6/24/10