Undergraduate Degree Programs
UMES offers the Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and Bachelor of General Studies (B.G.S.) degrees in the programs listed below. In addition there are many options and specialties which are described in the catalog sections pertaining to each academic program.
For More Information:
- Current Undergraduate Programs – Catalog & Course Descriptions
- Click here to view Undergraduate Degree Programs – Website Listing
|Prog ID||Program Title||CIP|
|Animal and Poultry Science/Pre-Vet|
|Plant and Soil Science|
|*Fisheries Science & Technology||261301|
|*General Environmental Sciences||261301|
|050800||Hospitality & Tourism Management||520904|
|059900||Pro Golfers’Assoc (PGA) Golf Management||520901|
|070100||Computer Science/Data Processing||110101|
|083901||Technology & Engineering Education||131309|
|*Mechanical Engineering Technology||159999|
|100500||Jazz and Popular Music||500901|
|*Family & Consumer Sciences||190101|
|*Social Studies Education||451101|
UMES also offers Pre-Professional Tracks, which include:
It is the responsibility of departments to publish clearly defined degree requirements. Responsibility for knowing and meeting all degree requirements for graduation in any curriculum rests with the student. Students should check with the departmental academic advisor to ascertain their standing in this respect no later than the close of the junior 36 year. For this purpose, the student should be sure to preserve the copy of the semester grade report issued by the Office of Admissions and Registration at the close of each semester.
In order to earn a baccalaureate degree, the last 30 semester credits of any curriculum must be taken in residence at the UMES Campus. Academic requirements for graduation are a minimum of 120 semester credit hours, (some programs may require additional credit hours) with a “C” (2.00) cumulative average, excluding Fundamentals courses and MATH 101.