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Requirements for the Minor (21 semester hours)Spanish Language*SPA-200, 201Spanish III, IV3-6Gateway CourseSPA-311Latin-American/Latino Culture3Area-specific Courses**Four or five courses from at least three disciplines and no more than two courses from any one discipline.
The Law and Justice ProgramThe Program houses a major in criminal justice, as well as a minor in Legal Studies and a minor in Criminal Justice Studies.
The Counseling-Related Services concentration prepares graduates with knowledge of mental health issues in order to increase their effectiveness as leaders and change agents in organizations that serve consumers with mental health needs. 
Program Goal: Prepare graduates for a variety of institutional roles in higher education, with emphasis on developing leadership skills for organizational change.
Program Goal: Prepare graduates with skills and abilities needed to lead organizational change and understand how information technology can be used to improve organizational effectiveness and efficiency.
The Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies enables students - through a variety of learning experiences - to consider humankind in the contemporary world. Offered for adult learners enrolled in the College of Continuing Studies, the program provides an opportunity for students to share common learning experiences and to develop personal plans of study for career advancement, personal growth, and graduate study.
The Bachelor of Arts Degree in Liberal Studies: Environmental Emphasis is designed specifically as a second major for students in the CLAES School of Education interested in teaching science in elementary schools. The program is tailored to meet the interdisciplinary science objectives of elementary education majors and to facilitate the timely completion of their dual requirements in the School of Education and the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
The Bachelor of Arts Degree in Liberal Studies: Marine Ecological Emphasis is designed specifically as a second major for students in the CLAES School of Education interested in teaching science in elementary schools. The program is tailored to meet the interdisciplinary science objectives of elementary education majors and to facilitate the timely completion of their dual requirements in the School of Education and the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences.