Undergraduate Degree Programs
A major is a specific field of study in which a student possesses a personal interest. Students may select a major at any time after being admitted to Texas State. Once a major is selected, students complete a prescribed number of courses.
Students may also choose to complete a minor in addition to their major field of study. Minors, usually consisting of 18 to 24 credits, are offered in Aerospace Studies, Agriculture, Criminal Justice, Family and Consumer Sciences, and Military Science. Some majors require a minor while other majors leave the minor to the discretion of the students.
The College of Applied Arts offers five undergraduate degrees, each with options that prepare students for careers that suit their interests. Refer to each department website for more specific information on degree options.
- Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
- Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
- Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences
- Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (Occupational, Workforce and Leadership Studies)
- Bachelor of Social Work
In addition, the Departments of Aerospace Studies and Military Science prepare students for commissioning in the United States Air Force, United States Army, United States Army Reserves, or Army National Guard.