This program is designed for students who are planning for careers as music teachers in the public schools.
The B.A. in Paralegal Studies is designed to equip graduates with the appropriate applied and theoretical knowledge of law in order to successfully assist lawyers in providing legal services to clients. The major combines the advantages of a liberal arts education with the development of professional skills necessary to provide legal assistance to attorneys.
Philosophy and religious studies degree programs emphasize flexible, independent thinking. Students learn to analyze complex arguments by identifying assumptions in classical and contemporary debates and tracing the origins of those views back into the history of ideas. As a result, they learn to express themselves clearly and precisely in writing and speech.
Although there is no pre-law program or recommended major, MSU does offer pre-law advising for students in any major to help them to make successful applications to law school.
By combining courses in social studies fields and education, the Area of Concentration in Social Studies prepares students for teacher certification at the secondary level (grades 8 through 12) in at least four teaching fields.
Social work is a profession for those who find fulfillment and reward in making a difference in the everyday lives of individuals. Specifically, social workers help those in need of critical resources including: medical and mental health services, income maintenance, child welfare and protection, domestic violence intervention, and assistance for the elderly. Social work also offers the opportunity to improve the community and make it a better place to live. The bachelors of social work (BSW) prepares students as generalist practitioners for entry-level professional practice.
Using a variety of scientific research methods, sociologists study how social categories (for example, race, socio-economic class, and gender, etc.), social institutions (the family, peers, media, etc.) and social conditions (wealth, poverty, oppression, etc.) influence the shared meanings, thoughts, behaviors, and actions of the individuals and groups that make up our society and vice versa.
The Spanish program is ideal for students interested in the contemporary world. Spanish is spoken in over twenty countries around the world, and has become the second language of the United States. We provide rigorous training in the language and culture, supplemented by several exciting overseas study opportunities. You may have the opportunity to participate in research being conducted on classroom language acquisition as well as opportunities to engage in culture and language through Hispanic culture, history, literature and film both on campus and in the community.
The Minor in Theatre is for those students who wish to study in a major
other than theatre but wish formal training in theatre.
Bachelor of Arts Theatre Teaching Area of Concetration degree program is for those students who wish to pursue a career of teaching theatre in the schools. In addition to the degree, this program leads to certification and licensure.
Bachelor of Arts in Theatre degree program is designed to give students formal training in all aspects of theatre performance and production with an emphasis on extensive "hands on" experiences.
The MSU Eagle Battalion has continually provided Officers to the U.S. Army throughout its 38 year history. Since the first Commissioning Ceremony with 34 Second Lieutenants in 1970, Morehead State University ROTC has commissioned over 600 Officers.
The Interdisciplinary Women's Studies Program provides a minor for Morehead State University undergraduates. Students explore gender and issues related to gender within a wide range of disciplines such as literature, political science, communication, sociology, history, health and education.
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