Traditional Undergraduate Programs

Majors, Minors, Pre-Professional Programs and Certificates

Updated Fall 2013

Majors

As students progress toward the baccalaureate degree, they select a major.

Professional teaching licensure is available in several fields and at both baccalaureate and graduate levels.

A student may declare as a major only those majors that are available at Milligan College or available through one of the established cooperative agreements.

A transfer student must take at least one-third of the hours in the major field of study at Milligan College.

Students may apply three courses earned in a major toward a minor or additional major.

Minors

Except in the case of a few majors, students are not required to select a minor.

Fields of minor concentration vary from eighteen to twenty-four hours in the number of semester hours credit required.

A transfer student must take at least one-third of the hours in the minor field of study at Milligan College.

Students may apply three courses earned in a major toward a minor or additional major.

Pre-Professional Programs

Milligan College offers advising and courses to students interested in the following areas:

For more information concerning each of these areas, visit the "Pre-Professional Programs" area of the Catalog.

Certificates

Undergraduate certificates are available in Computer Information Systems and Leadership.