Undergraduate Major Programs

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Applied Humanities

Fashion Studies Emphasis

Express your sense of style while developing your creative, interpersonal, and business skills. Acquire the knowledge you need to enter and shape the fashion industry while learning about fashion retailing, emerging fashion markets, producing and marketing fashion ethically and sustainably, and the relationships between human culture and fashion.

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Fashion Industry's Science and Technology

Modern fashion trends emerge simultaneously and spontaneously across the globe, powered by technology. Build your skill sets in strategic thinking while utilizing science and technology in design and business, art innovation, sustainability research, quantitative thinking, data analysis, and economic management for careers in which fashion meets global business.

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Probability and Statistics Emphasis

Master mathematical theory and hone your logic and reasoning skills in this major, positioning yourself for in-demand roles across business, tech, and research. This major caters to students aspiring to attend graduate school in statistics, economics, or a related subject. Must include a minor outside of the Department of Mathematics.

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Public Health

Quantitative Methods in Public Health Emphasis

Pursue courses on the acquisition, assessment, analysis, management, and communication of health data, health research, and epidemiology to prepare for a career tracking and preventing disease and using data and analytical thinking to help others. Coursework is completed by an internship that provides professional public health experience in your area of interest.

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Statistics and Data Science

Prepare for a career in analytics, risk assessment, finance, and other math- and science-related fields or graduate degrees. Courses in probability, statistics, data science, and computer programming establish a solid mathematics foundation and focus on the capture, maintenance, processing, analysis, and communication of data. Undergraduates also must complete a minor outside the Department of Mathematics.