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Departments & Programs

Departments, Schools & Programs that Administer Degrees:


New programs are constantly in development so consult directly with departments about your needs and check the web site often!

Undergraduate Programs:
Majors
Minors
Certificates
Graduate Programs:
Master's
4+1
3+3
Certificates
Centers:
Research and Cultural Centers in CLASS

Undergraduate Degrees: Bachelor's (Majors)

For information on these Majors please visit the CSU catalog.

Undergraduate Degrees: Bachelor's (Minors)

For information on these Minors please visit the CSU catalog.

Certificate Programs: Undergraduate

For information on these Certificates please visit the CSU catalog.

  • American Studies [brochure]
  • Arts Management and Community Development
  • Bioethics [brochure]
  • Graphic Design
  • Latin American Studies
  • Multimedia Advertising
  • Science Writing
  • The History of the African Diaspora

Interdisciplinary Programs

For information on these Programs please visit the CSU catalog.

Graduate Degree Programs: Master's

For more information on these Graduate Degree Programs please visit the CSU catalog.

  • Applied Communication Theory and Methodology
  • Creative Writing/NEOMFA [brochure]
  • Economics [brochure]
  • English
  • Global Interactions (Political Science) [brochure]
  • History [brochure]
  • Music
  • Philosophy
  • Social Work
  • Spanish [brochure]

Graduate Degree Programs: 4+1

For more information on these Graduate Degree Programs please visit the CSU catalog.

  • Communication
  • International Relations and Global Interactions

Accelerated 3 + 3 Degree

The CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law 3+3 program permits a student who has completed three years of undergraduate study to be admitted to the College of Law to begin J.D. studies. The undergraduate degree will be awarded upon successful completion of the first full year of the J.D. curriculum, thus permitting the student to graduate with both an undergraduate and law degrees in six rather than seven years of full-time study (or its equivalent). In effect, the first year of law school completes the fourth year of the undergraduate degree (serving, in effect, as undergraduate elective courses) and serves as the first year of law school. This arrangement saves both time and money for the student.

3+3 Program Requirements

3+3 programs are available in the following majors:

  • Criminology
  • Economics
  • English (Literature track only)
  • History
  • International Relations
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Sociology

Certificate Programs: Graduate

  • Museum Studies (History)
  • Professional Studies in Music Performance

Continuing Education

Research and Cultural Centers in CLASS

 

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