Majors & Minors

Maybe you already know what you want to major in. Or you might have no idea. Either way, you’ll start out at Miles by taking General Education courses. These courses expose you to subjects across the arts and sciences, as well as the social and behavioral sciences and history. General Education at Miles helps you understand how various factors affect the current problems of our nation and world. And it gives you a rigorous foundation that sets you up for success in your major.
  • Gain a solid foundation in all aspects of chemistry with state-of-the-art scientific instruments and a well-rounded curriculum that includes oral and written presentation of research. You’ll gain the knowledge and skills to pursue a range of fields, from engineering and medicine to veterinary medicine, environment law and education.

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  • From algebra and geometry to the mathematical investigation of how investments grow over time, the mathematics program prepares you for a professional career—including mathematics education—and graduate studies.

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  • Explore both business and information technology, and learn how to solve business problems using hardware, operating systems, networking, programming and database management. You’ll learn to use technology as a key business driver to manage corporate information technology resources.

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  • This interdisciplinary degree addresses a wide range of environmental concerns, with hands-on research that breaks down boundaries. You’ll prepare for a career in research, management, government service, teaching, and other areas where you can tackle environmental problems.

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  • Get an in-depth education in the conceptual foundations of computer and information sciences and complex software and hardware systems. Grounded in mathematics, sciences, and the liberal arts, this degree prepares you to lead in computer and information sciences practice, research, and applications in other disciplines.

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  • From botany to microbiology, genetics to epidemiology, this degree will prepare you for professional employment and/or entry into graduate or professional schools. In cooperation with the Division of Education, you can also qualify to enter the field of biology education.

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  • The legal studies minor is designed to offer preparation for application to law school or graduate studies in criminal justice. This multidisciplinary course of study is available to any student pursuing an undergraduate degree. Students wishing to enroll in an accredited law school are expected first to complete a baccalaureate degree in any major at the College. Advisors for pre-law minors are located in the Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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  • Social work courses explore how we can enhance the quality of life for vulnerable individuals, families and groups—with a focus on African American communities and other diverse populations. From counseling to case management, home care to mental health, this degree opens up diverse career paths.

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  • The legal studies minor is designed to offer preparation for application to law school or graduate studies in criminal justice. This multidisciplinary course of study is available to any student pursuing an undergraduate degree. Students wishing to enroll in an accredited law school are expected first to complete a baccalaureate degree in any major at the College. Advisors for pre-law minors are located in the Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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  • Delve into politics with coursework that covers everything from American government to international relations to research methodology. You’ll learn to think critically as you develop a grasp of national and international structures, ideas, diversity and the quickening pace of globalization.

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