Qualifying Majors

Major Based
Supporting Majors
Biomedical ProfessionsBiology, Biomedical Science, Chemistry (Health Pre-Professions), Exercise Science,  General Biology, Microbiology and Psychology
BusinessAccountancy, Business Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, Computer Information Systems, and Business Prep
CAL Secondary EducationAll Secondary Education majors in CAL including Art Education, English, French, German, History, Music (Choral), Music (Instrumental), Social Studies and Spanish
Chemistry & Biochemistry Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Forensic Chemistry
Ecology & Wildlife BiologyBiology
Elementary Education House Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education, and Special Education
EngineeringCivil, Electrical, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering
Global VillageAdvertising, Applied Indigenous Studies, Applied Sociology, Anthropology,Criminology & Criminal Justice, Geography, Geographic Science and Community Planning, International Affairs, International Cultural Immersion, Interdisciplinary Studies (Arts and Letters, Criminal Justice, Environmental Sciences, Humanities, Parks and Rec Management, Speech Language Science and Technology),International Hospitality Management, Journalism, Journalism & Political Science, Political Science, Public Planning, Public Relations, Psychological Sciences, Psychology, Communication Studies, and Sociology.
Health & Human ServicesDental Hygiene, Health Sciences (Fitness Wellness, Physical Education, Public Health), Nursing, School PE Health, and Speech Science Technology (SST)
HRMCriminology & Criminal Justice, Sociology, Political Science, Psychological Sciences, and Psychology
Physics & AstronomyPhysics & Astronomy, Physics and Mathematics, Physics, Astronomy, Engineering Physics and Physical Science
Pre-LawPhilosophy Politics and Law (PPL), Philosophy, Politics, International Affairs, Economics, History, Criminal Justice, Communications, Business (generally), Political Science, American Political Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies (Criminal Justice), and Communication Studies
Secondary Education
Math and Science 
All CEFNS Secondary Education majors including Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, General Science, Health Sciences (Physical Education), Mathematics and Physics

And all CEFNS majors including Biology, Chemistry-Biochemistry, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Sciences, General Biology, Geology, Geophysics, Mathematics, Microbiology, Physics, Physical Science, and Undeclared
Social Work & Disability StudiesSocial Work, Applied Sociology, Sociology, Criminology & Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Health Sciences (Public Health), Hotel & Restaurant Management, International Hospitality Management, Interdisciplinary Studies (Criminal Justice, Speech Language Science and Technology), Psychological Studies, Psychology, Special & Elementary Education, and Women and Gender Studies.
Visual CommunicationVisual Communication

Interest Based RLCsPreferred Majors
or No Requirement
Eco House                                        Environmental Science & Studies preferred, Open to Any Major
First ScholarsOnly open to students admitted into the First Scholars program (see details)
HonorsOnly open to students admitted into the Honors program (see details)
LGBTQAI StudiesWomen and Gender Studies (WGS), History, Sociology, Social Work, Applied Indigenous Studies (AIS), Comparative Cultural Studies, Communication Studies,
Politics and International Affairs preferred, Open to Any Major
LeadershipOpen to Any Major
Olson ScholarsOnly open to students admitted into the Olson Scholars program (see details)
Outdoor RecreationParks and Recreation Management preferred, Open to Any Major
SEEDAmerican Political Studies, Anthropology, Applied Indigenous Studies, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Environmental Studies, Ethnic Studies, Humanities,
International Affairs, Political Science, Religion, Sociology and Women’s and Gender Studies preferred, Open to Any Major
STAR                Only open to students admitted into the summer STAR program (see details)