A concentration within a baccalaureate major is a prescribed group of courses that provides emphasis on an area related to the major.
Concentrations may be interdepartmental and follow these guidelines:
- The concentration is made up of 4-6 courses.
- Two courses within the concentration must be 300- or 400-level.
- At least half of the courses must replace requirements in the major.
- Internships and Senior Projects focusing on the area of the concentration may be counted as "replacement" courses noted above.