Interests Key

Interest areas refer to what students will study in a particular program rather than how students can potentially use the major or minor.

Animals
Science, preservation, management of animals
Art and Design
Arts and design
Business
Business of products, services, consumerism
Children and Youth
Teaching/working with young people
Communications
Communication methods, theories, and skills
Computers and Cyber Information
Information/computer technology
Culture and History
Past/present people and societies
Earth Science
Physical earth, climate, energy, nonrenewable resources
Engineering
Designing/developing solutions to technical problems
Entertainment
Production and promotion of entertainment
Environment, Sustainability and Nature
Protection and sustainability of nature and the environment
Food
Science, production, and distribution of food
Global Studies and International Relations
Globalization and worldwide relationships
Health and Medicine
Human health and life sciences
Helping People
Working with people in a helping relationship
Human Behavior and Interactions
Human behavior/interaction, social development
Languages
Languages as structures of human expression
Law, Policy, and Politics
Law, political systems, or public policy
Math and Numbers
Numerical skills and competencies
Physical Science
Areas related to physics and chemistry
Plants
Science and business of plants and trees
Reading and Writing
Areas focused on reading and writing
Recreation and Fitness
Pursuit and management of recreational activities
Sports
Science and business of sports
Teaching
Education and teaching certification