Glendale Community College 2014-15 Lower Division Major RequirementsGlendale Community College
2014-15 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:
- Bachelor of Arts degrees offered by the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts, the College of Communication and Fine Arts and the School of Film and Television
- Bachelor of Business Administration, the Bachelor of Science in Accounting (B.S.A.) and the Bachelor of Science offered by the College of Business Administration
- Bachelor of Science and the Bachelor of Science in Engineering offered by the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering
- majors in elementary and secondary teacher preparation
Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
African American Studies
Asian and Pacific Studies
Classics and Archaeology
Economics, B. A.
Economics, B. A. with an International Emphasis
Economics, B. S.
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.
College of Communication and Fine Arts
Studio Arts Majors, Fine Arts emphasis
Studio Arts, Graphic Design emphasis
Studio Arts Majors, Multimedia Arts emphasis
Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering
Biochemistry, ACS-Ceritifed Track
Biochemistry, General Track
Biology, B. A.
Biology, B. S.
Chemistry, ACS-Certified Track
Chemistry, General Track
Computer Science Major
Health and Human Sciences
Civil Engineering with an emphasis in Environmental Engineering
Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering emphasis
School of Film and Television
Film and Television Production
Elementary Teacher Preparation Programs
Secondary Teacher Preparation Programs
English, Secondary Teacher Preparation Program in English
Mathematics, Secondary Teacher Preparation Program
Mathematics, Secondary Teacher Preparation Program with a 2042 California Preliminary Single Subject (Secondary) Teaching Credential
Studio Arts, Art Education emphasis
Studio Arts, Art Education emphasis with a State of California Secondary Teaching Credential