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General Studies Degree Program is designed for students who wish to customize their own degree programs. You may take courses in a broad range of subjects to tailor-fit your course work to personal interests, goals, or career needs. General Studies graduates have used their degree to pursue further study and careers in areas such as business, public relations, medicine, law, education, and social work.
Afro-American Studies * Classical Studies * Communication * Comparative Literature * English (except R150 and W130) * Film * Fine Arts * Folklore * Foreign Language * History * Journalism * Music * Philosophy * Religious Studies * Theater * VCD
Anthropology (B200 and E445 only) * Astronomy * Biology * Chemistry (except 100) * Computer Science (includes BUS K200 - K216) * Economics E270 * Entomology * Forestry/Natural Resources * Geography (G107 and G109, and G315 only) * Geology * Horticulture * Mathematics (except 109, 113) * Physics * Psychology (120, 201, 314, 329, and 416 only) * Sociology S351 * SPEA K300 * Statistics
Anthropology * Economics * Geography * Linguistics * Political Science * Psychology * Sociology * SPEA J101 * WOST W210
For more information on a program that interests you, visit the IPFW online Undergraduate Bulletin.