Major/Minor Fair spotlights Salve Regina’s academic programs
Undergraduate students who want to learn more about Salve Regina’s academic programs are invited to attend the annual Major/Minor Fair, scheduled for 3-4:15 p.m. Monday, Oct. 19 in Ochre Court.
The fair will offer students the opportunity to learn more about majors and minors and meet faculty and students from various academic programs. The VIA program and the Office of Career Development will also be represented at the fair.
Salve Regina offers 46 majors and 37 minors through the following departments and interdisciplinary programs: administration of justice, American studies, art and art history, biology and biomedical sciences, business studies and economics, chemistry, cultural and historic preservation, education, English and communications, environmental studies, global studies, history, mathematical sciences, modern and classical languages, music, theatre and dance, nursing, philosophy, political science, psychology, religious and theological studies, social work and sociology and anthropology.
To learn more about the University’s undergraduate departments and programs, visit salve.edu/academics/departments. For more information on the Major/Minor Fair, email Dr. William Leeman, interim director of academic advising, at firstname.lastname@example.org.