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Farmer School of Business

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...Minors are available in arts management, business analytics...and third years and 400-level courses will...

Course Registration and Other Regulations

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...of Arts and Science, College of Creative Arts...more advanced; 300 and 400-levels for juniors...

English Studies - Bachelor of Arts

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For more information contact the department of Languages, Literatures, and Writing at LLW@MiamiOH.edu or 513-785-3232.

Department of Art

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The Department of Art offers these degrees: Bachelor of Arts in Art and Architecture History; Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art; Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communication Design; and Bachelor of Science in Art with Multi-Age Visual Arts Licensure Program (prekindergarten through grade 12; ages 3-21) for those preparing to teach in public schools. You can receive a B.F.A. and a B.S. degree at the same time; this may take additional time beyond the 124 semester hours required for a degree.

Thematic Sequence

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...Studio ART 5 Three-Dimensional Art Studio ART...gradually until, at the 400 level, a full...

Chemical Engineering- Bachelor of Science in Engineering

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...global perspectives, and liberal arts. Graduates have the...for any 300- or 400-level chemical, paper...

General Course Information

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...of the College of Arts and Science requirement...399: Junior level courses. 400-499: Senior level...

Psychology- Bachelor of Arts

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For information, contact the Department of Psychology, 100 Psychology Building, 513-529-2400,  psychology@MiamiOH.edu .

Mathematics- Bachelor of Science

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...are offered: Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of...22 hours at the 400 level. At least...

Biology- Bachelor of Science

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...either the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of...major. At least one 400 level course (minimum...

Biology- Bachelor of Arts

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Biology is a natural science concerned with the study of life and living organisms. The biology major can be tailored to meet the needs of students interested in the health sciences, animal or plant physiology, cell and molecular biology, ecology or environmental studies, or evolution and systematics. It is possible to complete a Biology Major while earning either the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science.

Zoology- Bachelor of Science

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...One 400-level course other than BIO 400...either the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of...

Sociology- Bachelor of Arts

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This major is for students interested in the study of society, crime and law, and human interaction. These range from two-person interactions to relations between large social institutions to relations between nations. Students select a general sociology track or a criminology track. The general sociology track offers coursework focusing on a variety of social processes and institutions, and the criminology track focuses on the social-scientific study of crime, and systems of legal and criminal justice. 

English:Literature- Bachelor of Arts

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The English department offers four majors: creative writing ,  literature ,  linguistics , and  professional writing . These concentrations lead to an A.B.

Botany- Bachelor of Arts

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Students may double major in Botany and Zoology, but in that case only nine credits of the Advanced Hours requirement may be used for both degrees.

English:Creative Writing- Bachelor of Arts

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The English department offers four majors: creative writing , literature , linguistics , and professional writing . These concentrations lead to an A.B. 

History- Bachelor of Arts

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The history major provides a specialized undergraduate program that strengthens a student's ability to read critically; analyze physical and written evidence; and develop clear, coherent arguments. These skills allow the student to engage the past with careful and imaginative questions. As students engage in the discipline of historical inquiry, they will become adept at developing written conclusions and oral presentations based on the systematic evaluation of historical evidence. Students will grow used to considering an array of cultures, familiar and unfamiliar, in diverse historical contexts.

Economics- Bachelor of Arts

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Miami offers three programs in economics, two in the College of Arts & Science (Economics and Quantitative Economics) and one in the Farmer school of Business (Business-Economics). The same core of economics courses is required for all three programs; the differences are in the divisional requirements. You should choose this program if you are interested in a liberal arts background in addition to your major.

Zoology- Bachelor of Arts

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Zoology is the natural science that focuses on the study of animals. The zoology major can be tailored to meet the needs of students interested in the health sciences, animal physiology, cell and molecular biology, ecology or environmental studies, or evolution and systematics. It is possible to complete a Zoology Major while earning either the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science. Students may double major in Botany and Zoology, but in that case only nine credits of the Advanced Hours requirement may be used for both degrees. Students may not double major in Biology and Zoology.

Media and Culture- Bachelor of Arts

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For more information, please contact the Media and Culture area of the Department of Media, Journalism and Film, 120 Williams Hall, 513-529-3521.

Religion- Bachelor of Arts

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In virtually all cultures, religion has developed as a powerful dimension of social, political, and economic life. Religion has also had enormous impact on literature, the arts, and human thought. A brief glance at today’s headlines will show how religion permeates every corner of human affairs. In this major, you will study world religions, along with their history, their relationships, and their impact on individuals and societies.

Environmental Earth Science- Bachelor of Arts

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For information, contact the Department of Geology & Environmental Earth Science, 118 Shideler Hall, 513-529-3216.

Journalism- Bachelor of Arts

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For information, contact the area director of the journalism program, 145 Williams Hall, 513-529-1934.

Mathematics and Statistics- Bachelor of Science

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...are offered: Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of...STA courses at the 400 level. At least...

Political Science- Bachelor of Arts

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This major is for liberal arts students interested in the study of politics, government, and public affairs. For this major, at least 15 of the required 33 major hours and at least nine of the required 18 related hours must be from Miami. Required political science and related hours may not be taken on a credit/no-credit basis. A GPA of at least 2.00 is required for political science courses as well as related hours.

Mathematics- Bachelor of Arts

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Two degrees are offered: Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science. For the Bachelor of Science, choose one of two majors: mathematics or mathematics and statistics. The A.B. in Mathematics requires all sections of the College of Arts and Science Requirement (CAS), while the B.S. has only the language requirement. Each program has the related hours requirement. All MTH and STA courses applied to your program, and all courses in the 12-hour section of the related hours, should be taken for grades, not credit/no-credit. In the MTH and STA courses, your GPA must be at least 2.00. Service courses do not figure into your GPA unless explicitly approved by the department.

Gerontology- Bachelor of Arts

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Students with a bachelor’s degree in gerontology from Miami University apply interdisciplinary knowledge about aging and the life course in a variety of settings and across cultures. Seeking to improve the lives of aging and older people, their families, and communities, Miami’s gerontology program graduates are skilled in effective teamwork, communication, and creative problem-solving. They possess core skills in research, breadth of knowledge about the individual and societal issues of aging, and cumulative supervised experiences working in organizations that address the challenges and opportunities of aging. 

Public Administration- Bachelor of Arts

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The Public Administration major is designed for undergraduates interested in studying and understanding the issues of governance and management in government and not-for-profit organizations, and more specifically about the link between politics and public policy implementation. It is appropriate for those interested in public service careers in the federal government, state government, and/or local government including: city and county management, public finance administration, public personnel administration, public policy analysis and program evaluation. This major also prepares students for continued education in professional and graduate schools of public administration, public policy analysis, and related fields. It also serves as a pre-law course of study.

About Miami

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...academic divisions: College of Arts and Science; Farmer...covers more than 2,400 acres in Oxford...

Sculpture Minor

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...sculptural interactions. Three-dimensional art as a non...personal expression through a 400-level studio disciplinary...

Ceramics Minor

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...in clay. Three-dimensional art as a non...personal expression through a 400-level studio disciplinary...

Jewelry Design and Metals Minor

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...the Department of Art, 124 Art Building, 513...personal expression through a 400-level studio disciplinary...

Studio Art - Ceramics, Metals, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, and Sculpture- Bachelor of Fine Arts

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This program includes 40.5 semester hours of basic art requirements in the freshman and sophomore years. Upper-class students must earn six semester hours in the history of art at 300 or 400 level, six semester hours in advanced drawing, 12 semester hours in a single studio area concentration with six hours at 300 level and six at 400 level, and 12 semester hours of studio electives, which may be a second concentration or taken at any level.