Academic Degree Programs
|50.1002||Arts Management (Visual Arts track)||Bachelor of Arts*|
|26.0101||Biology||Bachelor of Science|
|52.0201||Business Administration||Bachelor of Science|
|40.0501||Chemistry||Bachelor of Science|
|11.0101||Computer Science||Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts*|
|13.1202||Elementary Education||Bachelor of Science|
|23.0101||English||Bachelor of Arts|
|13.1305||English Education||Bachelor of Arts*|
|30.9999||Interdisciplinary Studies||Bachelor of Arts and Science in Interdisciplinary Studies|
|(Africana Women’s Studies, History and Self-Designed tracks)|
|09.0499||Journalism and Media Studies||Bachelor of Arts|
|27.0101||Mathematics||Bachelor of Science|
|50.0101||Music||Bachelor of Arts|
|13.1312||Music Education||Bachelor of Arts*|
|45.1001||Political Science||Bachelor of Arts|
|42.0101||Psychology||Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science*|
|44.0701||Social Work||Bachelor of Social Work|
|13.0001||Special Education||Bachelor of Arts|
|50.0101||Theatre||Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts|
*The Bachelor of Arts programs in Arts Management-Visual Arts, Music Education, English Education, and Computer Science-Computer Information Technology, as well as the Bachelor of Science program in Psychology, are no longer accepting students.
Division of Academic Affairs
The Division of Academic Affairs is responsible for the administration of the academic programs. The Division works collectively and collaboratively to facilitate the mission of the College through its delivery of effective instruction and quality academic support services. Faculty, staff, and administrators demonstrate and promote high academic standards and expectations through leadership, scholarship, research, and public service.
The Bennett College undergraduate majors and minors are organized within two divisions:
- Arts and Sciences
- Professional Studies
The requirements for each major and minor are described in the College Catalog.
Majors, Minors and Concentrations
All degree-seeking students select a major and complete departmental requirements for that major. A student may also select a minor area of study along with her major. A total of 18 credit hours must be earned to satisfy requirements for a minor in selected disciplines. An interdisciplinary concentration is required for the degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. A total of 24 credit hours constitute a concentration.
Students who wish to pursue a double major must complete all General Education courses AND all requirements for both major areas. Double majors must be approved by department chairs from both major areas and the Provost by completing a double major form.
Meet and learn about each of our distinguished faculty members by visiting the Faculty Directory.