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    • Agribusiness

      The Agribusiness Program at Morehead State University is an option of the area of concentration in agricultural sciences.  Agriculture core courses are provided as the framework for the degree with ancillary courses in accounting, management, finance and marketing.  It is a diverse agricultural program providing "hands-on" opportunities in various animal and plant laboratories with a significant contribution of business courses offered in the College of Business and Public Affairs.

    • Agriculture Education

      The Agriculture Education Program at Morehead State University is an option of the area of concentration in agricultural sciences. Agriculture core courses are provided as the framework for the degree with ancillary courses in agricultural mechanics, agronomy, horticulture, agribusiness, animal sciences and education.  It is a diverse agricultural program providing hands-on opportunities in various animal and plant laboratories with a significant contribution of education courses offered in the College of Education.

    • Agriculture Major

      The major in agriculture is a bachelor degree program covering all aspects of agriculture.  Agriculture core courses are provided as the framework for the degree with ancillary courses in animal sciences, horticulture, agronomy, agribusiness and agricultural mechanics.  Students will gain a working knowledge of production systems in the region.  It is a diverse agricultural program providing hands-on opportunities in various animal and plant laboratories. This program requires a minor.

    • Agriculture Minor

      Program Info Degrees Careers Requirements Curriculum Map Contact The student must complete select agriculture course, plus five semester hours of approved agriculture courses and a major in another field. General course electives may also be taken in agriculture and related areas by students wishing

    • Agronomy

      The Agronomy Program at Morehead State University is an option of the area of concentration in agricultural sciences. Agriculture core courses are provided as the framework for the degree with ancillary courses in weed science, soil conservation, feeding and other related courses. This program provides hands-on opportunities in various plant laboratories.

    • Animal Science

      The Animal Science Program at Morehead State University is an option of the area of concentration in agricultural sciences.  It is a bachelor degree program covering all aspects of agricultural enterprises in association with livestock in the region.  Agriculture core courses are provided as the framework for the degree with ancillary courses in animal production and management, reproduction, breeding and nutrition.  This program provides hands-on opportunities in various animal laboratories and at the Derrickson Agriculture Complex, the University's 325-acre working farm, which houses horses, beef cattle, swine and sheep.

    • Astrophysics

      The bachelor's degree program in astrophysics is designed to prepare students for graduate-level work in the field. The curriculum is rigorous enough for graduates to pursue a diverse number of careers after graduation, or to pursue advanced degrees. Graduates will have a marketable set of skills, knowledge of physics, laboratory experience, adaptability and critical thinking to pursue a professional career in a variety of scientific fields.

       

    • Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience

      Neuroscience is an interdisciplinary field that encompasses the scientific disciplines dealing with the structure, development, function, chemistry, pharmacology and pathology of the Nervous system. Students who enroll in this program will receive introductory and advanced overviews of neuroscience and will learn about the effects of drugs, gender and aging on the brain, along with a variety of other topics related to neuroscience.

    • Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

      The Department of Psychology offers a major in psychology where students can choose to earn either a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Art degree. Students who complete at least 24 hours of science courses in addition to the required 36 hours of psychology courses will earn the Bachelor of Science degree, and those completing less than 24 hours of science courses will earn the Bachelor of Arts degree. For those students who seek a deeper understanding of human behavior, you can earn a Bachelor of Science with an area of concentration in psychology. The area of Concentration program requires the student to complete 51 credit hours in psychology eith the vast majority of courses at the 300 and 400 level. 

    • Biology

      The program in Biology is broad-based with many career options. The hallmark of the program is a core set of courses that all students must take, thus assuring uniformity in the basic fields of biology.  Students could choose a career in one of the following fields:  pharmacy, medicine, optometry, environmental science, physical therapy, chiropractic, dentistry, physician assistant, teaching, podiatry and other fields as qualified.

    • Biology - Master of Science

      Program Info Resources Careers Requirements Curriculum Map Contact Graduate students pursuing the Master of Science in Biology may elect to follow a thesis or a courses only, non-thesis route. For the thesis student, an advisory committee of at least three faculty members, versed in the student's s

    • Biology - Master of Science with Regional Analysis and Public Policy emphasis

      Program Info Resources Careers Requirements Fact Sheet Contact Program Competencies 1. All students are expected to demonstrate:      a. The mastery of course work considered fundamental to the training of a biologist. Required competencies may include the accumulation of knowledge in molecular bi

    • Biology Area of Concentration

       

      The Biology area of concentration is designed for students interested in preparing themselves for post-graduate study in a biomedical speciality.  There are nine specialties to choose from, each designed to put students on a specific career path.

    • Biology Minor

      Program Info Degrees Careers Requirements Fact Sheet Contact The minor in biology is a good companion to other science-related degrees. It requires a biology core of 4 courses including biology, zoology, botany and genetics, as well as elective courses in biology and supplemental chemistry course w

    • Biology Teaching Area of Concentration

      The Biology Teaching Area of Concentration is very similar to the Biology Area, but education courses are added into the curriculum and the electives ensure broad knowledge so that the student is able to teach broadly within the discipline.

    • Biomedical Chemistry Area of Concentration

       

      The Biomedical Chemistry Area of Concentration is somewhat the mirror image of the Biomedical Sciences Area, except that it is for students interested in Chemistry. Chemistry students pursuing this degree will be prepared for health-professional school, a career in biomedical chemistry, or entry into graduate school in a biomedical chemistry area.

    • Biomedical Sciences Area of Concentration

      The biomedical sciences area of concentration was developed specifically for students intent on attending a health professional school, pursuing a career in biomedicine, or pursuing graduate education in biomedical disciplines. The courses are heavily weighted toward biomedical subjects.

    • Career and Technical Education - Agriculture, Master of Science

      The Master of Science in Career and Technical Education-Agriculture degree is structured to allow individuals to pursue career advancement in agriculture-based career and technical programs at the secondary and postsecondary level in teaching and administration, or to prepare technologists with advanced technical management skills who are capable of managing personnel training and facilities.

    • Career and Technical Education - MSCTE

      MS - Career and Technical Education

    • Chemistry

      The Chemistry program is diverse, allowing students choices such as pursuing a degree in the health-care industry, working as an environmental chemist, or entering graduate school. The Chemistry Area Concentration possesses great depth and prepares students for a career in chemistry whereas the Chemistry Major usually prepare students for a field related to chemistry, such as pharmacy, optometry, medical or teaching.

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