The discipline of Art History encompasses the study of artistic endeavors of peoples around the globe. Individuals often choose to study art history to satisfy a deep curiosity about how art communicates the ideas of a culture.
Biochemistry is the study of molecular level details that underlie life processes. Students who earn the degree receive a broad based training in all areas of chemistry and apply these to their studies of life.
Civil & Environmental Engineering encompasses a wide range of planning, design, and construction of buildings, bridges, dams, transportation, water supply and reclamation, fluid flow, and geotechnical engineering.
The Classics Program includes the study of all facets of the ancient civilizations of Greece and Rome, including history, philosophy, drama, history of science, textual criticism, religion, archeology and art history.
The undergraduate program begins with a set of two courses that give students a solid background in object-oriented programming while exposing them to the breadth of issues that arise in computer science.
The University of Utah's Construction Engineering program will teach you scientific, mathematical, engineering, and management principles so that you can plan, design, and build commercial and residential buildings.
Data Science is the 21st century discipline formalizing the process of data-driven analysis and decision making. It is making impacts on scientific discoveries and driving business decisions via sophisticated analysis.
The Design Major will use product design as a vehicle to investigate design research, human centered design principles, interface development, articulation of product forms, materials and digital manufacturing principles.
Economists study social systems, focusing on issues related to decision making with scarce resources; the history, organization, and direction of firms and industries; and the structure and functions of social and economic institutions.
Educational Psychology is a branch of psychology that examines human learning from both cognitive and behavioral perspectives, and provides students with hands-on training and expertise in behavioral and mental health.
Meets the needs of diverse students, including those preparing to be teachers, scholars and writers, and those pursuing other careers and professional studies that require strong analytic and linguistic skills.
This degree will prepare students from a wide range of racial and ethnic backgrounds interested in employment with private and public organizations and agencies that work with historically underserved populations.
This Bachelor of Arts program offers students the opportunity to examine closely the art form that defines our time through a series of courses covering the history, aesthetics, and criticism of the motion picture.
The field of finance deals with the concepts of time, money, risk, how they are interrelated, and how money is budgeted and spent. Finance students will have several experiential learning opportunities in the field.
Graphic design is primarily concerned with visual communication Designers must have a broad base of knowledge, including visual design principles, problem-solving methods, conceptual thinking, image-making, and more.
We study history to appreciate the varieties of human experience, to understand the present, and to plan for the future. Students learn about history across regions of the world and multiple periods of time.
As a student in this program, you will learn the tools to manage the technical direction of business, solve technological issues, and implement new technological advances to enrich business operations.
Linguistics is an ideal major for today's university student. It provides the intellectual satisfaction of learning how human language works, while at the same time developing the analytical skills necessary to be highly competitive on the job market.
Management skills apply to every organization and in every business discipline. The Management Major is designed to give students the skills they need to lead companies in all phases of development, from start up to maturity, and through challenging situations.
Materials science and engineering inter-twines numerous disciplines, including chemistry, physics and engineering, and is engaged in the discovery and development of new materials that can enrich everyday lives.
Mathematics is the science that deals with the logic of shape, quantity and arrangement. This major prepares students for postgraduate study or employment in a variety of professions requiring the ability to analyze problems and think critically.
Metallurgical engineering involves the study, innovation, design, implementation, and improvement of processes that transform mineral resources and metals into useful products that improve the quality of our lives.
Operations and Supply Chain involves working within an organization to oversee the quality and speed of business processes. Students study a firm's profitability, process flows, output quality, and supply chain.
Peace and Conflict Studies is an interdisciplinary program that enables students to study the dynamics of peace and conflict and to contribute to peaceable conditions in the home, the work place, and the world.
At its simplest, Philosophy (Greek for 'the love of wisdom') is the study of knowledge, or "thinking about thinking". It is the rational investigation of questions about existence, knowledge, and ethics - "who am I?"
Philosophy of Science takes a look at the nature of science in general and individual branches of science through a philosophical lens. Assessing scientific reasoning, reliability, theory, moral dilemmas, social implications, and many other philosophical issues around science.
Psychologists study human and animal behavior with the goals of understanding how they function in their respective natural worlds; and predicting, and alleviating behavioral and psychological maladjustment.
Social work is a profession concerned with helping individuals, families, groups and communities to enhance their individual and collective well-being. The B.S.W. prepares students for professional practice.
Sociology is an incredibly versatile undergraduate major that investigates the interrelationships between social order and social change in our personal lives, the communities we live in, and the world as a whole.
Theatre Studies BA is a versatile degree that emphasizes the potential of theatre as one of the Liberal Arts. Originally intended as a basic course of study for potential theatre scholars and administrators.
The undergraduate program in urban planning is a pre-professional degree that provides an academic foundation for developing a career in understanding, analyzing, and planning the urban and small town environment.
The degree is designed to prepare students who are strong analytical thinkers and proficient writers. A degree in writing will prepare students for many careers and a variety of graduate school options.