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College of the Canyons 2015-16 Lower Division Major Requirements

College of the Canyons       
2015-16 Lower Division Major Requirements - In Progress

Students may fulfill lower division major requirements before transferring to LMU.  LMU offers undergraduate curricula leading to the following degrees:

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
African American Studies
Asian and Pacific Studies
Chicana/o Studies
Classics and Archaeology
Economics Majors
English Majors
European Studies
Modern Languages
Political Science
Theological Studies
Urban Studies
Women's Studies

College of Business Administration
The following are the majors offered by the College of Business Administration. 
Each may be earned with a concentration in either Business Law or International Business.

Business Majors

College of Communication and Fine Arts
Art History
Communication Studies
Dance Majors
Music Majors
Studio Arts Majors, Fine Arts emphasis
Studio Arts Majors, Graphic Design emphasis
Studio Arts Majors, Multimedia Arts emphasis
Theatre Arts

Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering
Biochemistry, ACS-Certified Track
Biochemistry, General Track
Biology, B. A.
Biology, B. S.
Chemistry, ACS-Certified Track
Chemistry, General Track

Computer Science Major
Environmental Science
Health and Human Sciences
Mathematics Majors
Physics Majors
Civil Engineering Major
Electrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering with an emphasis in Computer Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

School of Film and Television
Film and Television Production
Recording Arts

Elementary Teacher Preparation
Liberal Studies

Secondary Teacher Preparation Programs
English, Secondary Teacher Preparation Program in English
Mathematics, Secondary Teacher Preparation Program
Mathematics, Secondary Teacher Preparation Program with a 2042 Preliminary Teaching Credential
Studio Arts, Art Education emphasis
Studio Arts, Art Education emphasis with a State of California Secondary Teaching Credential