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University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
College of Letters and Science
800 Algoma Blvd.
Oshkosh, WI 54901-8660

Office:
Nursing Education Building
Room 101

Phone: (920) 424-1222
Email: cols@uwosh.edu

Majors, Minors and Certificates

UW Oshkosh’s College of Letters and Science offers undergraduate students abundant academic opportunities in the sciences, arts, humanities and social sciences. For more detailed information about majors, minors and emphases, please consult the UW Oshkosh Bulletins webpage on the Registrar’s Website or visit the Department webpages.

Majors (A-H)

Anthropology

Art

Athletic Training

Biology with emphases in Cellular, Molecular & Professional, Ecology & Organismal, Healthcare-Business, Healthcare-Science, Liberal Arts and Secondary Education

Chemistry with emphases in Professional Chemistry, Professional Biochemistry, Biomolecular Science and Secondary Education

Communication Studies with emphases in Interpersonal Communication, Organizational Communication and Rhetoric & Public Advocacy

Computer Science with emphases in Software Engineering and Computer Information Systems

Criminal Justice

Economics 

Engineering Technology:

English with emphases in Creative Writing, Linguistics and Rhetoric

Environmental Health

Environmental Studies with emphases in Environmental Science and Environmental Policy & Values

Fine Arts with emphases in 2D Studio, 3D Studio and Design

Geography

Geology with emphases in Hydrogeology and Liberal Arts

Global Languages and Cultures: French, Spanish, German and Japanese Studies

History

Majors (I-W)

Individually Planned Program

Interactive Web Management

International Studies with emphases in International Businesses, International Development, Global and National Security, and General International Studies (Area Studies or Disciplinary)

Journalism with emphases in Writing/Editing, Public Relations, Advertising, Visual and Media Studies

Kinesiology with emphases in Exercise & Fitness, Strength & Conditioning and Healthcare-Science

Mathematics with emphases in Applied Mathematics, Liberal Arts and Statistics

Medical Technology

Microbiology

Music with emphases in Performance, Recording Technology, Music Industry and Composition

Philosophy

Physics with emphases in Applied Physics, Professional and Engineering Technology

Political Science with emphasis in Civic Engagement

Psychology

Public Relations

Radio/TV/Film

Radiologic Science

Social Work

Sociology

Theatre with Acting, Design and Integrated emphases

Women’s and Gender Studies