Constantin College of Liberal Arts


Undergraduate Concentrations

Electives available in a student’s program provide opportunities to pursue new or deepen previous studies according to the student’s inclinations. They are not required.

A "concentration" is a set of courses that enables students to use electives to achieve disciplined study in an area short of a major.

Generally, concentrations are a coherent set of four to six courses in areas appropriate to liberal arts education but not available as an undergraduate major; composed of courses that already exist at the university; have a specific faculty advisor; and are identified as a concentration in the catalog and on the transcript.

At least three courses (9 credit hours), in any concentration must be at the advanced level; a grade of at least C- must be earned. In certain cases, courses may be double-counted. 

Undergraduate concentrations include:

  • Accounting
  • American Politics
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Applied Physics
  • Art - Art History
  • Art - Studio Art
  • Biblical Greek
  • Biopsychology
  • Business
  • Christian Contemplative Tradition
  • Comparative Literary Traditions
  • Computer Science
  • Drama
  • Education
  • Environmental Science
  • Ethics
  • Healthcare Business
  • History and Philosophy of Science
  • Anthropology & Sociology
  • Industrial/Organizational Psychology
  • International Studies
  • Jewish Studies
  • Journalism
  • Language and Area Studies
  • Latin American Studies
  • Medieval and Renaissance Studies
  • Molecular Biology
  • Music
  • Pastoral Ministry
  • Political Philosophy
  • Pure Mathematics