University of North Carolina At Pembroke - Organization - Chancellors - Academics


UNC Pembroke offers 41 bachelor's and 17 master's degrees, and is organized into the College of Arts and Sciences along with the Schools of Business, Education, and Graduate Studies.

College of Arts and Sciences

  • American Indian Studies
  • Art
  • Biology
  • Chemistry and Physics
  • English and Theatre
  • Foreign Languages
  • Geology and Geography
  • History
  • Mass Communications
  • Mathematics and Computer Science
  • Music
  • Nursing
  • Philosophy and Religion
  • Political Science
  • Psychology and Counseling
  • Public Administration
  • Social Work
  • Sociology and Criminal Justice

School of Business

  • Accounting and Information Technology
  • Economics, Finance and Decision Sciences
  • Management, Marketing and International Business

School of Education

  • Aerospace Studies (Air Force ROTC)
  • Education Specialties
  • Elementary Education
  • Health, Physical Education and Recreation
  • Military Science (Army ROTC)
  • Professional Pedagogy and Research
  • School Administration and Counseling
  • Teacher Education Program

School of Graduate Studies

  • Art Education
  • Business Administration
  • Elementary Education
  • English Education
  • Mathematics Education
  • Middle Grades Education
  • Music Education
  • Physical Education
  • Public Administration
  • Reading Education
  • School Administration
  • School Counseling
  • Science Education
  • Service Agency Counseling
  • Social Studies Education
  • Social Work
  • Teaching

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