8 Semester Plans – Curricular Maps

//8 Semester Plans – Curricular Maps
8 Semester Plans – Curricular Maps2018-11-08T13:59:13+00:00

The 8-Semester Plans – Curricular Maps are provided to help students plan to successfully complete Ferrum College graduation requirements. They are intended as recommendations or guides only; the sequence of courses for individual students may vary.  Students should work carefully with their advisors to ensure the accuracy of their academic plans and consult the Ferrum College Catalog for official degree requirements.

Social Sciences and Professional Studies

Accounting (B.S.)
Business Administration – Business Analytics (B.S.)
Business Administration – Financial Management (B.S.)
Business Administration – Management (B.S.)
Business Administration – Marketing (B.S.)
Business Administration – Sports Management (B.S.)
General Business Studies (B.S.)
Computer Technology and Information Systems – Computer Networks and Cybersecurity (B.S.)
Computer Technology and Information Systems – Web Design and Programming Languages (B.S.)
Criminal Justice – Criminology (B.S.)
Criminal Justice – Criminology (B.A.)
Criminal Justice – Forensic Investigation (B.S.)
Criminal Justice – Forensic Investigation (B.A.)
Health and Human Performance – Physical and Health Education with All-Levels Teacher Education Minor (B.S.)
Health and Human Performance – Exercise and Sports Studies (B.S.)
Health and Human Performance – Exercise Science (B.S.)
Health and Human Performance – Health Promotion (B.S.)
International Studies – Global Affairs (B.A.)
International Studies – International Security Studies (B.A.)
Liberal Arts with Elementary Education Minor (B.S.)
Political Science – Political Science (B.S.)
Political Science – Political Science (B.A.)
Political Science – Democracy, Justice and Civic Engagement (B.S.)
Political Science – Democracy, Justice and Civic Engagement (B.A.)
Psychology (B.S.)
Psychology (B.A.)
Recreation Leadership – Recreation Management (B.S.)
Recreation Leadership – Outdoor Recreation Specialist (B.S.)
Social Work (B.S.W.)
Sociology – Public Sociology (B.S.)
Sociology – Public Sociology (B.A.)
Sociology – Research Development (B.S.)
Sociology – Research Development (B.A.)