Eight exciting new majors give Queens’ students more choices in the fields of business, journalism, health and the arts.
Queens is delighted to announce the addition of eight exciting new majors for 2013. From finance and accounting to journalism and digital media, these high-demand programs give students an array of opportunities across a number of professional fields.
"At Queens we pride ourselves on providing students with an exceptional liberal arts foundation," said Provost Abiodun Goke-Pariola. "These new majors complement our existing curriculum while deepening our offerings in business, communication, health and the arts."
The new majors include:
Journalism and Digital Media
Students learn strong writing, visualization, analytical skills, writing, and producing for multiple media platforms. Career fields include journalism, media relations, media handlers, and media theorists. Learn more about the Journalism and Digital Media major >>
Students learn managerial accounting, budgeting, accounting systems, financial analysis, auditing, and taxation. Career fields include a range of accounting careers in profit, not-for-profit, and government organizations. Learn more about the Accounting major >>
Students learn a comprehensive foundation in the physical sciences. Career fields include physical therapy, occupational therapy, cardiac and/or exercise rehabilitation, other associated health occupations. Learn more about the Allied Health major >>
Art Leadership and Administration
Students learn technical ability for expression, the ability to develop critical and creative thinking skills, as well as business skills of accounting, entrepreneurship, management, and marketing. Career fields include academia, museums, galleries, art dealing, art conservation, art criticism, publishing, education, and graphic design. Learn more about the Art Leadership and Administration major >>
Exercise and Sport Sciences
Students learn the application of scientific principles to better understand and improve the outcomes of exercise and sport performance. Career fields include cardiac rehabilitation, fitness and wellness, strength and conditioning instruction, coaching. Learn more about the Exercise and Sport Sciences major >>
Students learn corporate finance, investment analysis, financial markets, portfolio management, international finance, and financial policy. Career fields include a range of finance careers in profit, not-for-profit, and government organizations. Learn more about the Finance major >>
Interdisciplinary Health Services
Students learn a comprehensive foundation in sciences, public health, the health care system, health issues, sociocultural influences on health promotion, health behavior and management, nutrition, mental health, epidemiology, legal and ethical issues. Career fields include non-clinical careers in health education and promotion, health services management, and health-related research. Learn more about the Interdisciplinary Health Services major >>
Students learn to plan, organize, establish, lead, and appraise within an organization or sector whose primary product and/or service is connected to sport. Career fields include athletic director, sports marketing director, private facility management, promotions coordinator, sporting goods, media relations, sales and event management. Learn more about the Sport Management major >>
More information on each new major, including degree requirements, coming soon!
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