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.

 Prog ID Program Title CIP
Bachelor’s Degree
010100Agriculture, General 010000
               *Agricultural Education  010000
                 Agricultural Studies  
                Animal and Poultry Science/Pre-Vet  
                Plant and Soil Science  
 011200 Agribusiness 010101
 011400 Urban Forestry 030508
 040100 Biology, General 260101
                 *Biological Education  260101
 041400 Biochemistry 260202
 042000 Environmental Science 261301
                 *Fisheries Science & Technology  261301
                 *General Environmental Sciences  261301
                 *Marine Ecology  261301
 050200 Accounting 520301
 050400 Finance 520801
 050601 Business Administration 520201
 050800  Hospitality & Tourism Management 520904
 050900 Marketing 521401
 051001 Aviation Science 490101
                 *Professional Pilot  529999
                 *Aviation Software  529999
                 *Aviation Electronics  529999
                 *Aviation Management  529999
 059900 Pro Golfers’Assoc (PGA) Golf Management 520901
 070100 Computer Science/Data Processing 110101
 080800 Elementary/Special Education 131001
 083100 Art Education 131302
 083200 Music Education 131312
                 *Choral/General  131312
                 *Instrumental  131312
 083502 Exercise Science 310505
 083801 Business Education 131303
 083901 Technology & Engineering Education 131309
 090100 Engineering 140101
                 *Aerospace  140101
                 *Computer  140101
                 *Electrical   140101
                 *Mechanical  140101
 092501 Engineering Technology 159999
                 *Electrical/Electronics Technology  159999
                 *Mechanical Engineering Technology  159999
 092503 Construction Management/Technology 150201
 100500 Jazz and Popular Music 500901
 100901 Applied Design 500402
 129911 Rehabilitation Services 512399
 130100 Human Ecology 190101
                 *Dietetics/Nutrition  190101
                 *Family & Consumer Sciences  190101
                 *Fashion Merchandising  190101
                 *Interior Design  190101
 150100 English 230101
                 *English Education  230101
 170100 Mathematics 270101
                 *Mathematics Education  270101
 190500 Chemistry 400501
                 *Chemistry Education  400501
 209901 Rehabilitation Psychology 420101
 210500 Criminal Justice 430107
 220500 History 540101
 220801 Sociology 451101
                 *Social Studies Education  451101
 499901 General Studies 309999

Pre-Professional Tracks

UMES also offers Pre-Professional Tracks, which include:
Pre-Medicine

Degree Requirements

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.

For More Information: View the Academic Catalog

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