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Find Your Major

This page shows all ENMU's bachelor's degree programs. Find your interest area on the left column to see what degree programs we have available for that subject. If you think we offer a degree you don't see here, you can check the latest Undergraduate Catalog where you can find current degrees and other academic information.

Bachelor's degrees will generally take you four to five years to complete, depending on how many classes you take each semester or how many credits you've already earned before you come to Eastern.

If you're transferring to ENMU to enter the BAAS Program, you can expect to complete your bachelor's degree within two years if you are a full-time student.

Subject AreaDegree Options
Accounting
Agricultural Business
Agricultural Education
Agricultural Sciences
Animal and Dairy Science
Animal Science
Anthropology
Archaeology
Art
Applied Economics and Finance
Aviation Science
Biochemistry (ACS Certified)
Biology
Broadcast Journalism
Broadcast Production
Business Administration
Business (for non-business majors)
Career and Technical Education
Chemistry
Chemistry–Interdisciplinary
Communication
Communicative Disorders
Computer Science
Criminal Justice
Culinary Arts
Cultural Anthropology
Digital Filmmaking
Diverse Populations and Age Groups
Early Childhood Education
Ecology, Evolution and Organismal Biology (EEOB)
Electronics Engineering Technology
Elementary Education/Special Education
Emergency Management
English
Environmental Science
Family and Consumer Sciences
Financial Planning
Fire and Emergency Services Administration (FESA)
Foods and Nutrition
Forensic Anthropology
Forensic Biology
Forensic Chemistry
Forensic Science
General Business
Graphic Design
Health and Wellness
History
Hospitality Management
Human and Social Sciences
Human Services
Industrial Mathematics and Statistics
Information Systems
Instrumental Performance
(Winds/Percussion)
Journalism
Liberal Arts
Management
Marketing
Mathematics
Mathematics for Secondary Education
Microbiology, Molecular Biology and Biotech (MMBB)
Music
Music Education–Choral
Music Education–Instrumental
Nursing
Nutrition
Personal Financial Planning
Physical Education
Piano Performance
Political Science
Pre-Professional Education
Pre-Medicine
Pre-Veterinary
Programming Design
Psychology
Public Relations
Religion
Science
Social Work
Social Studies
Sociology/Criminal Justice
Sociology
Spanish
Sports and Recreation Management
Theatre
University Studies
Vocal Performance
Visual Arts
Wildlife and Fisheries Science

Sample Degree Plans

As an undergraduate student, you have to declare a major before or by the time you have completed 45 credit hours. Our Advising Center will help you figure out what classes to take, and will eventually help you decide and declare a major. We have some sample degree plan checklists available online that can give you an idea of what your degree plan might look like.

Check out our degree plan checklists >


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