The following academic plans are being provided to guide LMAS oriented students in the pursuit of the following three options that the LMAS Program offers. The pathways are being provided to enhance job opportunities for LMAS students. Please consult the appropriate department and the UNT website for majors, minors and certificates for the latest updates to any particular minor/certificate option as departments often change academic programs and these plans may not reflect the latest changes. In addition, seek academic advice and submit promptly a degree plan with the CLASS Integrative Studies office, GAB 220, to ensure timely graduation.
GENERAL ACADEMIC PLANS
- Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Integrative Studies
- Bachelor of Science with a Major in Integrative Studies with Foreign Language Requirement
- Bachelor of Science with a Major in Integrative Studies with No Foreign Language Requirement.
LEGAL ORIENTATION ACADEMIC PLANS
For the legal orientation pathway academic plans, the following minors/certificates are recommended for students who wish to follow a career in the legal field.
- UNT Criminal Justice Minor
- UNT Criminalistics Certificate
- Alternative Dispute Resolution Minor
- Alternative Dispute Resolution Certificate
BUSINESS ORIENTATION ACADEMIC PLANS
For the business orientation pathway academic plans, the following minor are recommended for students who wish to pursue a career in the business area that serve LMAS oriented and other types of communities.
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT ORIENTATION ACADEMIC PLANS
For the community engagement orientation pathway academic plans, the following minors/certificates are being recommended for students who wish to purshe a career in community engagement within and outside LMAS communities.
OPTIONAL ACADEMIC PLANS
The following alternative options are recommended for incorporation into academic plans with the LMAS Theme.
Future options are being planned for double major options and orientations in the arts and in education.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
For further information and details, please contact:
Dr. Valerie Martinez-Ebers, LMAS Director
Valerie.Martinez-Ebers@unt.edu or at (940) 565-2327