Undergraduate Programs A-Z
Four-Year Programs Offered at Marshall University
A program is a unified series of courses or learning experiences that lead to a degree.
A major is a program of study requiring at least 24 semester credits for completion. It is offered within one department or by a combination of departments. It is a field of study within an approved degree program, having its own curriculum. A degree program may have more than one major. All courses in the major must be taken for a grade except internships, practica, and approved foreign study courses.
An Area of Emphasis is a specific subject area of study which has limited course offerings within an approved degree program and major. Normally, a minimum of twelve (12) credit hours would be expected for an area of emphasis at the undergraduate level.
|B.A.||Bachelor of Arts|
|B.B.A.||Bachelor of Business Administration|
|B.F.A||Bachelor of Fine Arts|
|B.S.||Bachelor of Science|
|B.S.B.M.E.||Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering|
|B.S.E.||Bachelor of Science in Engineering|
|B.S.E.E.||Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering|
|B.S.M.E.||Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering|
|B.S.W.||Bachelor of Social Work|
|R.B.A.||Regents Bachelor of Arts|
|CAM||College of Arts and Media|
|CECS||College of Engineering and Computer Sciences|
|COEPD||College of Education and Professional Development|
|COLA||College of Liberal Arts|
|COHP||College of Health Professions|
|COS||College of Science|
|COB||College of Business|