Best Answer

Related Post

Spread the word

Digg this post

Bookmark to delicious

Stumble the post

Add to your technorati favourite

Subscribes to this post

1 Comment Already

mygif
Larry003 Said,
April 29th, 2011 @3:07 am  

I’m not sure you understand the terminology….

Every University has different specifications for Arts and Science. An Arts degree is given out for specialization in Arts subjects like poli sci, history, economics, english, anthropology. A Science degree is given out for something like Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics. Other subjects are less clear like Psychology – which can go either way depending on the institution. Universities make you specify your major and will give you a list of requirements you need to take in order to achieve that major – for instance, if your major is psychology, you’ll have to take freshman psychology, statistucs, physiology, cognitive science, perception, law and psychology etc etc etc. It’s the same for every other major – you’re always given a list of courses that differe depending on the major chose. To check up on what kind of courses you’ll have to take to get a particular major, you ahve to check with individual Universities themselves and their “calenders.”

Hope that answers your questions.

Leave Your Comments Below

Please Note: All comments will be hand modified by our authors so any unsuitable comments will be removed and you comments will be appreared after approved