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Bachelor’s Degrees UMUC offers online bachelor’s the formation of mathematical concepts in children of early age in today’s most in-demand fields. Through your coursework, you’ll learn about foundational topics relating to accounting practices.

A minor in accounting requires the completion of 15 credits of coursework. Through your coursework, you’ll learn about African American history and culture. Through your coursework, you’ll learn how to interpret and critically analyze architecture, sculpture, painting, and the arts. Through your coursework, you’ll learn about art theory and practice in imagery, media, and composition.

Through your coursework, you’ll lay a foundation of scientific knowledge that can provide the basis for a career in the life sciences, allied health fields, bioinformatics, environmental management, science journalism, or science education. A minor in biology requires the completion of 15 credits of coursework. Through your coursework, you’ll learn principles and techniques to organize, plan, manage, and lead in various organizations. A minor in business administration requires the completion of 15 credits of coursework. All ACCT, BMGT, FINC, HMGT, HRMN, and MRKT courses apply. Through your coursework, you’ll learn specialized skills in workplace communication, including written and oral communication skills, and a greater understanding of human interactions.

A minor in communication studies requires the completion of 15 credits of coursework. All COMM, JOUR, SPCH, and WRTG courses apply. Through your coursework, you’ll build foundational knowledge about designing and programming computer applications. The remaining 9 credits may be chosen from any upper-level CMSC courses. Through your coursework, you’ll learn about contract management principles and processes, including requirement gathering, federal contracting, and acquiring goods and services. Through your coursework, you’ll learn about crime, law enforcement, courts, corrections, security, and investigative forensics. A minor in criminal justice requires the completion of 15 credits of coursework.

Through your coursework, you’ll learn about cyber security principles, current issues, and technologies. A minor in cybersecurity requires the completion of 15 credits of coursework. All CSIA and CMIT courses apply. Through your coursework, you’ll learn about the principles, best practices, and technologies that govern the design of digital media.

A minor in digital media and web technology requires the completion of 15 credits of coursework. You must complete either CMST 290 or CMST 295. The remaining credits may be chosen from any CMST courses. Through your coursework, you’ll learn about diversity in contemporary society from an interdisciplinary perspective conceptually grounded in social science. Through your coursework, you’ll learn about the culture, history, politics, and business of the Asian Pacific world. Courses in the Minor A minor in East Asian studies requires the completion of 15 credits of coursework, which must include ASTD 284 and ASTD 285. Learn about the forces that determine production and distribution, price levels, and income distribution, as well as other economic factors that influence the quality of life.