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  1. Find Your Match

    Let's face it; most students come to college without a major. The world is your oyster, and you're still trying to figure out what's the best fit. So why not make the decision-making process fun? We've designed this tool to help match your interests with one of many Wittenberg majors. If you don't like the results, try it again, and we'll suggest something new.

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  2. Question 1

    What do you enjoy doing most on the weekends or in your spare time?

    • Performing in a school play/musical
    • Taking photos
    • Organizing activities for your friends
    • People watching
    • Writing in your journal
    • Watching Vice News
    • Exploring the woods
    • Memorizing the periodic table
    • Programming a new app
  3. Question 2

    If you could travel through time, by whom would you most enjoy being taught?

    • Beethoven
    • Annie Leibovitz
    • Warren Buffett
    • Sigmund Freud
    • Maya Angelou
    • Martin Luther King
    • John Muir
    • Charles Darwin
    • Bill Gates
  4. Question 3

    You can only pick one of these activities to do. Which one sounds most exciting?

    • Symphony
    • Gallery opening
    • Stock Exchange bell ringing
    • Flash mob
    • Book release party
    • Political rally
    • Volcano explosion
    • Brain surgery
    • Solar eclipse viewing
  5. Question 4

    When you have a few minutes to yourself, how do you spend your time?

    • Practicing an instrument/on stage
    • Creating new things
    • I never spend time alone
    • Thinking about how the world works
    • Curled up with a good book
    • Exploring the meaning of life
    • Playing in the dirt
    • Looking through a microscope
    • At a computer screen
  6. Question 5

    What is your favorite academic accessory?

    • Musical instrument
    • Paint brush
    • Group discussion room
    • An observation room
    • Keyboard
    • The archives
    • Google maps
    • Lab goggles
    • Calculator
  7. Question 6

    Which of these objects represent you?

    • A rising curtain
    • Sketch book
    • Spreadsheets
    • Podium
    • Journal
    • Suitcase
    • A trilobite
    • Petri dish
    • 1010011
  8. Question 7

    Wittenberg offers plenty of engaging classes. Which course title is most appealing to you?

    • Vocal Performance
    • Advanced Sculpture
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Teaching Young Children
    • Film Noir
    • Intro to East Asia
    • Sedimentology
    • Exercise Physiology
    • Thermodynamics
  9. Question 8

    What is your favorite game?

    • Charades
    • Pictionary
    • Monopoly
    • Life
    • Scrabble
    • Battleship
    • Settlers of Catan
    • Operation
    • Yahtzee
  10. Question 9

    What is in your Netflix queue?

    • Le Miserables
    • Exit Through the Gift Shop
    • The Big Short
    • Inside Out
    • Dead Poet's Society
    • Selma
    • Planet Earth
    • House - TV Series
    • The Theory of Everything
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Majors & Minors

A Wittenberg education consists of three parts: a broad base in the liberal arts, an intensive course of study in a major, and an enhanced course of study that makes up a minor or electives. Wittenberg also places considerable emphasis on strong speaking, writing, critical thinking and research skills to ensure that its students are competitive grad school applicants, outstanding future employees and global leaders. At the same time, a Wittenberg education provides an in-depth investigation of human behavior and diversity.

MAJORS

 

A

Accounting
Art (B.A. and B.F.A.)
     Concentrations in:
     · Art History (B.A.)
     · Studio Art (B.A.)

B

Biochemistry/Molecular Biology (B.A. and B.S.)
Biology (B.A. and B.S.)
Business

C

Chemistry (B.A. and B.S.)
Communication
Computer Science
Criminology

D

Dance
Data Science

E

Earth Science
East Asian Studies
Economics
Education
     · Masters of Arts
     · Early Childhood (P-3)
     · Dual Licensure in Early Childhood Education (P-3) and Intervention Specialist/Special Education (K-12)
Educational Studies
English
Entrepreneurship
Environmental Science
Exercise Science

F

Finance
Financial Economics

G

Geology (B.A. and B.S.)

H

History

I

International Studies

L

Languages
     · French
     · German
     · Spanish

M

Management
Marketing
Mathematics (B.A. and B.S.)
Music (B.A. and B.M.E.)

N

Nursing

O

Organizational Leadership (School of Graduate & Professional Studies only)

P

Philosophy
Physics (B.A. and B.S.)
Political Science
Psychology (B.A. and B.S.)

R

Religion
Russian and Central Eurasian Studies

S

Sociology
     Concentrations in:
     · Criminology
Sport Management

T

Theatre

 

minors

 

a

African and Diaspora Studies
Archaeology
Art

b

Biochemistry/Molecular Biology
Biology
Business

c

Chemistry
Cinema Studies
Communication
Creative Writing

d

Dance
Data Science

e

East Asian Studies
Economics
Education
  Teaching Certification in:
     · English Lang. Arts
     · Integrated Social Studies
     · Mathematics
     · Chemistry
     · Earth Science
     · Life Science
     · Physics
     · Art (Visual)
     · Drama/Theatre
     · French
     · German
     · Spanish
English
Environmental Studies
Tracks:
     · Policy & Management
     · Earth Sciences
     · Life Sciences

g

Geology

h

Health Science
History

i

International Studies

j

Journalism
Justice, Law and Public Policy

l

Languages
     · Chinese
     · French
     · German
     · Russian
     · Spanish

m

Marine Science
Mathematics
Music

n

Neuroscience

p

Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Pre-Modern and Ancient Studies
Psychology

R

Religion
Russian and Central Eurasian Studies

S

Sociology
Sport Management
Statistics

t

Technical Theatre
Theatre Performance

u

Urban Studies

w

Women's Studies

 

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