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College of Arts and Sciences Majors + Minors

Finding your fit

Whether you know exactly what you want to major in or not, the College of Arts and Sciences has a wide variety of options for you to explore. As a student of the College of Arts and Sciences you will be challenged through our liberal education core to think critically and creatively. No matter which department, program or major you choose, you will leave UW-Eau Claire with a transformative educational experience. Explore all of the majors, minors and pre-professional programs below and contact us if you have any questions.

Coming to the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire has been one of the best decisions I have made in my young professional career. One of the greatest aspects of this university is the student to faculty ratio. You truly are able to learn so much from your professors.

Abdulghani Mounir Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

The College of Arts and Sciences offers the following programs:

  1. Actuarial Science classroom

    Much more than number crunchers, actuarial science graduates help businesses grow and play a critical role in strategic decision-making.

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  2. Deepen your knowledge about African people, the African diasporic and African American lives with a certificate in Africana studies.

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  3. Student reading a textbook

    Explore the history, culture and values of the Indigenous tribal nations of the U.S. with a bachelor's degree in American Indian studies.

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  4. The analytical reasoning certificate is for students who wish to build the analytical skills they may need for graduate school, law school or in their chosen career.

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  5. Interested in how we got here? Start at the beginning with an ancient studies minor. Enhance your appreciation and understanding of ancient languages, societies and cultures.

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  6. Study human behavior, experience, adaptation, evolution and so much more with a certificate in anthropology. This program is an excellent addition to any major, but most advantageous for those studying humanities and the social and natural sciences.

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  7. Student walking to class with drawing book

    Explore topics in theory, ethics and practices of traditional and contemporary art, all while developing your artistic expression with a minor in art.

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  8. Rooted in experiential learning and travel, our art history minor will help you to hone your artistic skills and explore the world around you.

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  9. Learn how to manage and direct art organizations with a certificate in arts administration.

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  10. In a program rarely offered to undergraduate students, you will learn how to help individuals who have autism, developmental disabilities, head injuries and substance-abuse disorders.

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  11. Students in a Chemistry lab

    Our biochemistry and molecular biology degree puts you at the forefront of innovation. Participate in collaborative research, train on leading-edge technology and gain real-world experience from expert faculty.

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  12. Learn the science of storing, extracting, organizing, analyzing, interpreting and using biological data with a bachelor's degree in bioinformatics.

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  13. Biology students work in the creek on their first day of class

    Grounded in research with top-notch faculty and experiential learning opportunities, our biology degree is unrivaled at other undergraduate institutions in this region. Find your passion, choose your path and start making a difference.

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  14. Students studying plants during class

    Our ecology and environmental biology degree is an excellent choice for those curious about nature and passionate about doing science in the great outdoors. Through lab work, field experience and real-world projects, you'll pursue novel ideas and solve global environmental problems.

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  15. Biology students working with samples in a lab

    Uncover groundbreaking ways to improve our health and the environment through the study of bacteria, viruses, parasites, yeasts and mold. Discover the many microbes that make life on earth possible, and gain the necessary knowledge to solve the unique problems revolving around them.

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  16. biomedical engineering students working in a lab

    Help address the increasing demand for biomedical solutions, particularly relating to the health care needs of an aging U.S. population, with a degree in biomedical engineering.

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  17. Voting stickers

    Develop critical campaigning skills — including those related to the organization of workers, marketing of candidates, development of issues, and proper use of media and campaign finances — with a certificate in campaign consulting.

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  18. Students in ceramics class

    Master ceramic techniques and approaches, and explore materials and concepts related to contemporary sculpture. Studio and advanced ceramics courses emphasize the development of personal expression, allowing you to uncover your talents and find your niche.

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  19. Chemistry students in lab

    Our bachelor's degree in chemistry is grounded in research, and provides real-world learning opportunities unrivaled at other undergraduate institutions in this region. The future is bright for Blugold chemists — what will you discover?

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  20. Chemistry students use calculators during a lab in class.

    This unique major combines the studies of chemistry and business to provide you with a solid foundation in the chemistry field and a rudimentary understanding of the principles of commerce. Work on groundbreaking research alongside expert faculty and renowned community partners, all while preparing for business careers in the chemical industry and other technology-driven enterprises.

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  21. Biochemistry students conduct an experiment in a science lab on campus.

    Our chemistry, ACS, biochemistry emphasis is designed for students interested in both chemistry and the biological sciences. Graduates enter the working world with real-world experience and exceptional career preparation. The program is proudly certified by the American Chemical Society (ACS).

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  22. Students wearing goggles conduct an experiment in a chemistry lab.

    Our chemistry, ACS, general emphasis is designed for students interested in working as practicing chemists. Explore countless opportunities for experimentation and discovery, and join research projects with our expert faculty. The program is proudly certified by the American Chemical Society (ACS).

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  23. Students in a Chinese language class learning outdoors

    UWEC's Chinese certificate aims to deepen your Chinese language proficiency and cultural knowledge of China and Chinese-speaking regions of the world.

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  24. Communication students working on computers during class

    Learn how to analyze and enhance human communication through theory, research and practice. Explore opportunities to speak publicly, evaluate media and craft strategic messages to give you the knowledge, tools and confidence you need in your chosen career.

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  25. Communication students sitting in common area talking

    Our career-building organizational communication program will introduce you to best practices across all types of communication, including organizational, professional, multimedia and interpersonal. Grow your understanding of strategic message design and enhance organizational productivity with this sought-after bachelor's degree.

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  26. Improve organizational communication, patient care and population health outcomes with the communication and leadership in health organizations graduate certificate.

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  27. Software engineering student presenting at a computer programming camp

    The computer programmer certificate will introduce you you to software design, data types, procedural abstraction, digital logic, assembly language, object-oriented design and so much more. Gain a competitive edge in the workforce, including the ability to understand and use specific software and programs often found in the field.

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  28. Computer science students standing in front of a projected image discussing

    Immerse yourself in the world of computational methods, systems and models with a bachelor's degree in computer science. Our cutting-edge program will help prepare you for a challenging, lucrative and in-demand career.

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  29. Criminal justice graduate Breah outside her police car

    Designed for those concerned about crime and motivated to further justice, our criminal justice program will help you learn how to protect and serve our communities. Curriculum will explore the structure and functions of law enforcement, the courts and corrections through internship and research opportunities. And our renowned degree isn't just about helping you understand the causes of crime — it empowers you to be part of the solution.

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  30. Better understand Hmong history, culture, society, language and contemporary issues with the critical Hmong studies certificate.

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  31. Dance students rehearsing on stage

    Explore ballet, modern dance, jazz and tap, while participating in countless performance opportunities. This is an open-admission program, meaning all dance courses are open to all students, and anyone can enjoy the art of dance.

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  32. Art student painting

    The drawing and painting bachelor's degree is designed for students pursuing graduate studies or careers in drawing and painting. In addition to enhancing your artistic skills, you'll also have the opportunity to create artwork with digital software and technologies, and experiment with electronic media and animation.

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  33. Gain core science, policy and communication skills to better understand — and communicate about — complex environmental issues involving mineral and water extraction and usage.

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  34. Economics student presenting to class

    Prepare to become a skilled economist with a bachelor's degree in economics. Experience real-world learning, and gain the knowledge and tools to understand a variety of diverse systems, including financial markets, environmental issues, government policy, medical insurance, global economy and social inequities.

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  35. Develop your global competency and enhance your understanding of global economics. Half of the degree requirements that make up this certificate will include courses that are chosen by you, allowing you to personalize your studies and focus on the areas that best align with your career goals.

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  36. Become a problem solver, critical thinker and effective collaborator with a specialist degree in school psychology. Take your career to the next level and help children thrive behaviorally, emotionally and academically with your certification.

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  37. English students working on computers, laughing

    Focus on the craft of writing with the support and instruction of an array of well-published, award-winning faculty. Our creative writing degree provides you with the knowledge and skills to create original and effective poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction works.

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  38. English students and professor reviewing work

    Apply a lens of practical and theoretical methods to reading literary, critical, cultural and cinematic texts. Through this work, you'll learn how texts construct meaning and shape frameworks of power that mediate human relationships.

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  39. Explore the fascinating world of language through active discussion and research. Approach language scientifically, and transform the way you think about sounds, words, sentences and meaning. Your highly marketable skills in collecting and analyzing data, as well as testing hypotheses, will lead to success in a variety of careers and industries.

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  40. Interpret and produce professional scientific and technical texts and documents that help people and organizations accomplish goals. Learn how to ensure published information is clear and ethical, and better understand the ways images and texts work together to create meaning.

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  41. Students working on removing invasive plants near UWEC

    Gain critical skills and a deeper understanding of how environmental issues impact society — and what you can do to make a difference — with our environment, society and culture minor.

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  42. Students during an immersion experience in Yosemite

    Study the bond between humankind and nature with an environmental geography bachelor’s degree. Here you’ll find yourself surrounded by highly motivated and enthusiastic people just like you: curious about the earth and how humans connect to it.

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  43. Environmental Public Health students looking at collected samples

    Our EHAC-accredited environmental public health program will teach you about the biological, chemical and physical hazards that exist in our environment and what you can do to help. With the growing world population and climate change, environmental public health majors are in high demand.

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  44. Explore biological diversity, sustainability and environmental conservation — and how you can make a difference in our world — with a minor in environmental science.

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  45. Develop your ethical reasoning skills and better recognize ethical issues in personal, professional and social contexts with a certificate in ethics.

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  46. Develop a multidisciplinary understanding of European people and cultures. An excellent choice for those interested in history or international relations.

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  47. Make a positive impact on your community by better understanding the issues and problems contemporary families face today — and what you can do to help.

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  48. French students spreading positivity via signs on campus

    Explore a variety of topics, from grammar and pronunciation to the history of French civilization and contemporary societal issues. Our renowned program provides countless opportunities to study abroad or attend a cultural immersion program.

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  49. Geography students during a field experience

    Explore physical geography, human-environmental geography, human geography, geography techniques and regional geography. Gain knowledge about understanding people and places, their cultures and environments, and the relationships within.

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  50. Geology students working on a Chippewa River research project

    Become a professional geologist, hydrogeologist or geological engineer, or prepare for geological sciences or engineering graduate programs, with a bachelor's degree in geology.

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  51. Geology students during a field experience

    Pursue a career in environmental geology, land conservation or environmental policy with a bachelor's degree in geology - environmental science.

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  52. Geology students working on a capstone project outdoors

    Explore topics like groundwater development and management, conservation of surface and subsurface waters, and the application of chemistry to geologic problems. Designed for students interested in hydrogeology, geochemistry and environmental geology careers or graduate programs.

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  53. Geology students learning in the classroom

    Start your journey toward becoming a geological engineer. Study the origin and evolution of sedimentary rocks; better understand digital techniques in geological sciences; and learn about the acquisition, processing and interpretation of geophysical data.

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  54. The geospatial certificate provides you with foundational knowledge in geospatial technologies. Project-based, real-world learning is a focus of the program.

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  55. The geospatial - geographic information systems certificate provides you with foundational knowledge in geospatial technologies with a special emphasis on GIS. Courses throughout the program will provide with you the necessary skills and expertise to successfully capture, store and display data related to positions on Earth.

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  56. The geospatial - mapping certificate provides you with foundational knowledge in geospatial technologies with a special emphasis on the use of computers in the design and construction of maps. Courses focus on topics like digitizing tasks, the organization and utilization of mapping software, and the production of computer-drawn maps.

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  57. The geospatial - remote sensing certificate provides you with foundational knowledge in geospatial technologies with a special emphasis on remote sensing. Using high-altitude satellite and aerial imagery, as well as unmanned aerial systems (UAS), you'll learn more about the earth's environmental characteristics and how to use that information to make decisions.

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  58. An excellent path for those who wish to work in archaeology, climate science, resource planning or conservation and disaster relief, the geospatial analysis and technology major will help you find your calling and be successful in your chosen career.

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  59. Rooted in experiential learning, our growing German major provides countless ways for you to enhance your language skills and cultural competency. Enroll in a cultural immersion program, join Der Deutsche Verein or participate in an international internship.

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  60. Learn about the historical development and interactions among nations, regions and global institutions with a certificate in global and comparative history.

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  61. Better understand languages, politics, cultures and global issues — and use that knowledge to make a positive impact — with a global studies minor.

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  62. The graphic communications bachelor's degree prepares you to become both a powerful designer and a creative, contemporary communicator. Produce work that effectively balances information with exceptional expressive design.

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  63. Explore the principles of typography and the history of lettering; investigate the roles symbols play in establishing visual identities; and design logos, promotional materials and a promising future with your graphic design bachelor's degree.

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  64. History students and professor working on a research project

    Experience personalized curriculum, research opportunities and endless career paths with a bachelor's degree in history.

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  65. Start your journey toward becoming a public historian with a bachelor's degree in public history. Curriculum explores the theories, concepts, methodologies, research methods and historiographic traditions used by historians. And you'll gain direct experience working alongside public historians during a required internship.

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  66. Explore the issues central to understanding contemporary culture, society and identity with a certificate in the history of race, gender, and society.

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  67. Art student working on a project

    The illustration bachelor's degree is designed for students pursuing graduate studies or careers in illustration.

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  68. Our integrated strategic communication minor is designed to help you become an ethical, effective communicator on multiple platforms.

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  69. Our integrated strategic communication - advertising bachelor's degree immerses you in the fast-paced, exciting world of advertising and promotion.

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  70. An excellent path for those interested in planning publicity strategies and campaigns, the public relations major focuses on how to create a variety of communications, including press releases, social media, website messages, speeches and media pitches.

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  71. Investigate the structure, acquisition and social functions of human language with a minor in interdisciplinary linguistics.

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  72. The international affairs certificate is designed for those interested in global awareness, cultural and political diversity, and economic globalization.

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  73. Students in a Japanese language class writing on white board

    Enhance your Japanese language and cultural proficiency with our Japanese minor.

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  74. Communication and journalism students producing a TV news broadcast

    Discover the fast-paced world of communication, reporting and research with a journalism degree. Learning how to communicate and report in a variety of formats, you'll explore how to use print, sound, visual images and social media to tell compelling stories. Courses will teach you the tools of the trade, such as shooting video, recording audio, taking photos and editing media.

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  75. Gain an in-depth understanding of the computer interfacing and data acquisition software package LabVIEW. This certificate is available to both students and engineers in local and regional industries.

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  76. Broaden career possibilities and your perspective with a Latin American and Latinx studies minor. Given the increasing Latino/Hispanic population in the U.S. and the global nature of the economy, an understanding of Latin America is a valuable asset.

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  77. One of only a few programs like it in the region, our unique culture and society major is designed for those who are less interested in developing Spanish language skills and more interested in Latin America and Latinx people.

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  78. Students enjoying a language class outside

    One of only a few programs like it in the region, our exceptional Latin American and Latinx studies - language program will help you to become fluent in Spanish while expanding your knowledge of Latin American history, culture and current events.

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  79. Learn how lived experiences of gender, race, class, sex and sexuality intersect with colonial, capitalist and other systems of power. Courses will explore theories regarding gender and sexual formation, LGBTQ liberation movements and contemporary issues in the LGBTQ community today.

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  80. Design your own major with the liberal studies bachelor's degree. Select classes based on your own interests, professional goals and scholarly objectives.

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  81. Study, maintain and preserve marine life and all it offers with a minor in marine science. A perfect pairing for those majoring in biology, chemistry, geography or geology.

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  82. The master of arts in history graduate program is intended for those who wish to increase their backgrounds in history, and for those who intend to do further advanced work in history.

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  83. Our master of arts in history - public history program prepares students for a wide range of career options by familiarizing them with museum work, historic preservation, archives and other public history subfields.

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  84. This program, designed with input from industry leaders, is fully online. Start pursuing your master of science in data science now and enter the growing, in-demand field of data science.

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  85. Materials science student working in a lab

    Discover how new and existing materials can solve modern-day challenges with our materials science bachelor’s degree.

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  86. Materials Science and Biomedical Engineering students in lab

    Dive into the complex and growing field of materials science and engineering. Students graduate with knowledge of the field and the state-of-the-art software and instrumentation used in it.

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  87. Student solving mathematic equations on white board

    Turn your mathematical interests into a successful career. Dive into topics and areas of study in calculus, real analysis, linear algebra and abstract algebra. Curriculum will explore how to write mathematical proofs, read and synthesize mathematical literature, and model and solve problems.

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  88. Mathematics student Tyler Gonzales solving equations

    Uncover answers to fascinating mathematical questions, and conduct and analyze research through student-faculty projects. One of only a few programs like it — and the only program like it in the UW System — the mathematics - research emphasis major is an excellent choice for those who enjoy math, are naturally curious and are passionate about contributing to the field through research.

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  89. Students in a mathematics class

    Explore careers in business, industry, statistics, data science, engineering, operations research, optimization or quality improvement with a bachelor's degree in statistics and applied mathematics.

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  90. Whether you choose to pursue a career in international politics, world religions or current global conflicts, a Middle East studies minor will set you up for success.

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  91. The interdisciplinary multimedia communication minor will introduce you to the art of presenting ideas through media. Explore courses in English, computer science, art, and communication and journalism.

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  92. Student playing the guitar

    Participate in one of the largest marching bands in the country, sing in an a cappella group or help run one of the largest jazz festivals in the nation. With over 200 performances available each year, you'll have plenty of chances to perform and prepare for your music-focused career.

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  93. 2022 Band Concert

    Designed for those aspiring to be musical performers, the applied instrumental music major provides valuable, professional experience to promising musicians.

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  94. Students during a choir concert

    Designed for those aspiring to be performing artists, the applied voice major provides valuable, professional experience to promising singers.

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  95. UWEC music student and professor discuss music

    Explore compositional styles and techniques to develop your own. As one of the largest music departments in the region, you'll find yourself surrounded by passionate, enthusiastic people just like you, interested in creating and playing original music.

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  96. Theatre production at UWEC

    Whether your art is singing, dancing, acting, directing, playwriting, costuming, set building or sound and lights — there’s a place for you here! Follow your dreams with our musical theatre bachelor's degree.

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  97. Two Neuroscience students working in the lab

    Study the brain, nervous system, behavior, communication and how they all work together in our neuroscience bachelor's degree program.

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  98. Become part of the global movement to revitalize endangered Indigenous languages. Learn how to speak, read, write and understand Ojibwe, all while gaining a better understanding of the cultural backgrounds and experiences of the Ojibwe people.

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  99. Students in a philosophy class

    Explore life’s biggest questions — and use reason and argument in an attempt to answer them — with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy.

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  100. Photography students in class

    Learn cutting-edge techniques and best practices for shooting, adjusting, filing, printing and sharing photos. Start your dream of becoming a professional photographer with a bachelor's degree in photography.

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  101. Students in a physics class

    Explore ideas of space, time, matter, energy and radiation to better understand the physical sciences. Find your niche in areas such as aeronautics, medicine, product safety or emerging energies with the help of dedicated faculty.

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  102. Student in a physics class

    Designed for those interested in working in industrial and engineering environments, our applied physics program focuses on the up-and-coming technology areas of energy and nanotechnology. Learn about the engineering design process, develop advanced laboratory techniques and gain knowledge of mathematical modeling.

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  103. Students in a physics class

    Start your journey toward becoming an engineer. Graduates earn a bachelor's degree in physics from UW-Eau Claire and a bachelor's degree in engineering from an approved engineering school.

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  104. Students in a political science class

    Learn from expert professors about justice, security, peace, minority rights and privacy, all while finding a career path you love. Whether you’re interested in pursuing law school or graduate school, or entering the workforce right away, you’ll graduate well-prepared and ready to make an impact.

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  105. Two students discuss the Bill of Rights and U.S. Constitution in the Hibbard Hall Political Science study area

    Prepare for law school or graduate school through our rigorous legal studies bachelor's degree. Housed in the political science department, this program will encourage you to explore topics in American politics, government, judicial politics and so much more.

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  106. Explore international relations, world affairs and comparative government. Our expert faculty will provide you with a solid foundation in how states, international organizations and other global interactions influence and shape world politics, preparing you for an exciting career in political science.

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  107. Interested in becoming a dentist? Our pre-dentistry program will prepare you for the next step in your career.

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  108. Engineering books in the UWEC bookstore

    Interested in becoming an engineer? Our pre-engineering program will prepare you for the next step in your career.

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  109. The pre-health science minor is designed for students preparing for post-baccalaureate health profession programs.

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  110. Interested in becoming a lawyer? Explore our pre-law curriculum and take the next step toward your career.

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  111. Pre-med students discussing

    Interested in a career in medicine? Our pre-medicine program will prepare you for the next step in your career.

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  112. Interested in becoming an optometrist? Our pre-optometry program will prepare you for the next step in your career.

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  113. Interested in becoming a pharmacist? Our pre-pharmacy program will prepare you for the next step in your career.

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  114. Pre-professional Health Club members practice suturing on oranges

    Interested in becoming a physician assistant (PA)? Our pre-physician assistant program will prepare you for the next step in your career.

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  115. Interested in being a veterinarian? Our pre-veterinary medicine program will prepare you for the next step in your career.

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  116. Psychology student in lab examining beakers

    With a bachelor’s degree in psychology, you'll better understand the human experience and how to use that knowledge to support others.

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  117. Members of the Eau Claire Fire and Rescue team showed ENPH students tools they use during hazmat situations.

    Learn to approach public health issues through the broad lens of social, economic, cultural, health and environmental factors. This growing program prepares you to make a difference in our society and to become an advocate for vulnerable communities and those in need.

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  118. Student using equipment at the Pablo Center

    Our recording arts certificate features a robust, interdisciplinary curriculum that addresses diverse interests in both sound and technology. Gain real-world experience through an internship and direct access to a recording studio.

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  119. Explore the fascinating world of religion — and the various beliefs, practices, texts, ceremonies and theologies associated with it — with a bachelor's degree in religious studies.

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  120. Learn best practices in responsible resource development and how to help protect our environment with a certificate in responsible mining. This certificate is an excellent choice for those who wish to join state regulatory agencies, such as the Department of Natural Resources (DNR).

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  121. Student examining a sculpture in art class

    Make a career out of making art with a bachelor's degree in sculpture. To ensure graduates leave with a greater level of artistic development and focus, all sculpture students participate in an immersive, studio-focused curriculum.

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  122. Explore topics such as human rights and environmental concerns, and promote change in a variety of social and political contexts with a social advocacy and change certificate.

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  123. Learn more about the inequalities experienced in our society today — and how you can make a difference — with a certificate in social diversity.

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  124. Students in a sociology class

    Make the world a better, brighter place with a degree in sociology. Rooted in experiential learning, the program focuses on ways you can be a voice for the voiceless and help to improve society.

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  125. Students in a computer science class

    Our software engineering degree program offers amazing opportunities that go beyond the classroom. Participate in hack-a-thons, conduct undergraduate research and network with companies through field trips.

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  126. Student studying Spanish on a white board

    Rooted in experiential learning and travel, our Spanish major provides countless opportunities for you to grow your Spanish-language skills.

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  127. Pair your love of medicine and the Spanish language with our Spanish for health professions minor. This is a great option for nursing, biology and social work students.

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  128. Develop a personalized art degree with our studio art program — an excellent fit for explorative artists who are looking to build on their passions.

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  129. Students singing in the holiday concert

    Gain the skills, tools and certification necessary to teach choral and instrumental music to grades K-12. Our choral emphasis provides specialized courses and learning opportunities for those specifically interested in teaching choir.

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  130. Hannah Sternberg, music education major playing violin

    Gain the skills, tools and certification necessary to teach instrumental and choral music to grades K-12 through rigorous curriculum paired with real-world experience.

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  131. Prepares to become a certified English and language arts teacher in grades 4-12. Taught by passionate, supportive faculty members, coursework will help you to learn best practices and effective instructional techniques when teaching writing, speaking, reading and literature.

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  132. Share your love of the French language with the next generation with a bachelor's degree in French education. Graduates of the program are certified to teach French to students in pre-K through grade 12.

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  133. Rooted in experiential learning and travel, the German education major will help you share your love of the German language with the next generation, shaping your future students into curious and culturally competent citizens along the way. Graduates of the program are certified to teach German to students in pre-K through grade 12.

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  134. Combine your passions for math and education with a teaching - mathematics bachelor's degree. Completion of the program licenses you to teach all math courses to students in grades 4-12.

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  135. Make a positive impact on our environment and the next generation with a bachelor’s degree in teaching - science, biology emphasis. Graduates are prepared to teach any science course, especially biology, to students in grades 4-12.

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  136. Students work on a chemistry experiment in a lab on campus.

    Instill a love for STEM and inspire future scientists with a bachelor's degree in teaching - science, chemistry emphasis. Graduates are prepared to teach any science course, especially chemistry, to students in grades 4-12.

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  137. Start your journey toward becoming a science teacher with a bachelor's degree in teaching - science, earth/space science emphasis. Graduates leave with specialized, in-depth knowledge of geology, oceanography, astronomy and meteorology, and are prepared to teach any science course to grades 4-12.

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  138. Combine your passions for science, physics and education with a bachelor's degree in teaching - science, physics emphasis. Use state-of-the-art instrumentation, conduct research alongside faculty and hear from experts in the field — all while learning how to best teach science classes, especially physics, to grades 4-12.

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  139. Study the past — and educate the future. Graduates of the teaching - social studies, history emphasis program earn the licensure necessary to teach social studies and history to students in grades 4-12.

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  140. Combine your love for Spanish and teaching with a Spanish education degree. Upon graduation, you'll have the skills, experience and credentials needed to inspire and educate our next generation. Graduates of the program are certified to teach Spanish to students in pre-K through grade 12.

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  141. The teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) certificate is designed to provide the basic coursework for future English as a foreign language (EFL) teachers. This certificate is a popular choice for those who want to teach English in countries like Japan, China, Mexico, Poland, Romania or Korea.

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  142. Theatre production at UWEC

    Pursue your theatrical passions with a bachelor's degree in theatre arts. We will help you feel confident, prepared and empowered to take the stage through leading-edge curriculum, state-of-the-art facilities and student-focused faculty.

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  143. Design your own minor with the topical minor program. This is an excellent choice for Blugolds who have a specific career or professional goal in mind.

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  144. Broadly explore Asia and the Asian diaspora, and gain knowledge about the experiences of people of Asian ancestry. This multidisciplinary program is designed to be customized to fit your needs, with all 15 credits chosen by you.

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  145. Explore careers related to cultural difference, social justice and ethnographic field research with a bachelor's degree in transnational geographies. Graduates are well-prepared for working abroad.

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  146. Explore the origin, nature, distribution, movement, exploitation and conservation of surface and subsurface waters, as well as the problems associated with the development of water resources in Wisconsin and the U.S..

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  147. Students in a women's, gender, and sexuality studies class

    Think critically about the intersection of race, ethnicity, gender and sexualities with other hierarchies of power and privilege — and be an advocate for social justice — with a bachelor's degree in women's, gender, and sexuality studies.

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  148. Study our past, explore our present and forecast our future with a certificate in world history and society: past, present, future. This certificate is an excellent choice for those interested in all things related to world history.

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  149. Enhance your understanding of the beliefs, practices and cultural impact of the world’s major religious traditions with a world religions certificate.

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