Meta-Majors

Student Pathways and Academic Formation Meta-Majors

Meta-Majors, sometimes referred to as career clusters, are collections of academic programs that have related courses and career goals.  Meta-majors assist students with establishing social and academic networks to enhance learning experiences and develop academic and career plans. Learners are enrolled in Spartan Seminar 101 and 102 by meta-majors so they can learn, interact, and connect with others who have similar career interests and ambitions.

Student Pathways and Academic Formation has developed seven meta-major to group first year students with similar or like majors in Spartan Seminar courses.

Student Pathways and Academic Formation meta-majors are:

Technology & Engineering
Architectural Drafting, Building Construction, Information Technology, Computer Science, Electronics Engineering, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Optical Engineering, Computer Engineering Technology, Electronic Engineering Technology

Business
Business, Accountancy, Tourism & Hospitality

Education
Secondary Education and Leadership, Health and Physical Education, Health Wellness and Rehabilitation, Kinesiotherapy, Health Fitness Instructor, Early Childhood Development – Child Care Non-Teaching Option (NCOP), Psychology – Early Childhood/Primary Certification Endorsement PreK-3, Psychology – Elementary Education Certification Endorsement PreK-6, Interdisciplinary Studies Education Certification Endorsement PreK-6 (History Concentration), Interdisciplinary Studies Education Certification Endorsement PreK-6 (English Concentration), Interdisciplinary Studies Education Certification Endorsement PreK-6 (Mathematics Concentration), Psychology – Special Education General Curriculum K-12 Concentration, Interdisciplinary Studies – Special Education General Curriculum K-12 Concentration

Health Services
Pre-Nursing, Health Services Management

Human Services and Behavior Sciences
Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work

Arts, Communication, and Interdisciplinary Studies
Drama & Theatre, English, Fine Arts, Fine Art- Graphic Drawing, Mass Communication, History, Interdisciplinary Studies

Physical, Life, and Formal Sciences
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics