Undergraduate concentrations are only available to students who entered the university prior to summer 2014. Students may only select a concentration if it is required to meet a degree requirement. Not all concentrations are available for all programs, and students are responsible for meeting all course prerequisite requirements. Concentrations are not guaranteed and are subject to availability of space. A listing of current concentrations can be obtained in Student Academic & Financial Services.
When selecting a concentration to meet a specific degree requirement, students may not apply a course in their program toward a concentration requirement.
Students should consult with their faculty advisor to determine which concentration will best support their career goals. Students then need to formally declare their concentration by submitting a Concentration Request form to Student Academic & Financial Services.
The successful completion of a concentration will be recorded on the student’s academic transcript.
Note: Transfer students may apply 2 transfer courses toward a declared concentration, except for the College of Hospitality Management which permits 1 course.