Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog 2014-2015 [ARCHIVED CATALOG] See drop-down menu above to access other catalogs.
Interdisciplinary and Pre-Professional Programs
Interdisciplinary and Preprofessional Programs
Actuarial Science Minor
African Studies Minor
American Studies Minor
Asian Studies Minor
Canadian Studies Minor
Civic Education and Community Leadership Minor
Classical Studies Minor
Film Studies Minor
GLBT Studies Minor
Health Resources Management Minor
Latin American and Caribbean Studies Minor
Middle East Studies Minor
Musical Theater Performance Minor
Public Relations Minor
Russian and East European Studies Minor
Social Studies Minor
Sustainability Innovation and Outreach Minor
U.S. Ethnic and Indigenous Studies Minor
Urban Affairs Minor
Women's and Gender Studies Minor
Graduate Certificate Program
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Graduate Certificate
Women's and Gender Studies Graduate Certificate
The following programs are currently inactive:
- Chemistry/Geology, BS
- Public History Minor
See the Academic Programs section of this catalog for program information and requirements.
Premedical, Predental, Preveterinary and Other Medically Oriented Professions
The Department of Biological Sciences can advise any university student interested in most of the medically oriented professions including medical, dental, veterinary, physical therapy, osteopathic, chiropractic, podiatry and physician’s assistant programs. Pertinent information and guidance as to recommended courses for each area, professional schools’ requirements, how to apply and how to prepare for the MCAT, DAT, VCAT and GRE, where applicable, is available at http://maxguides.bridgew.edu/healthcareers.
Advising for students considering entering law school after graduation is provided by Bridgewater State University. Law schools are generally seeking students with strong academic liberal arts backgrounds who have demonstrated a high degree of competence in their ability to write with clarity, reason logically and analyze complex ideas. While law students come from a variety of majors, it is useful to have a balanced curriculum with some preparation in history, English, government and philosophy. Students interested in a legal career should consult with Dr. Mark Kemper of the Department of Political Science or Dr. Aeon Skoble of the Department of Philosophy.