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TOP 5
ACADEMIC MAJORS

(by enrollment)

Undergraduate
1 Business
Administration
2 Liberal Studies/ Hutchins
3 Psychology
4 Biology
5 English
Fall 2002
Graduate
1 Education
2 Counseling
3 Business Administration
4 Nursing
5 English
Fall 2002


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The School expanded its musical offering by establishing the Gospel Choir.

The Hutchins School of Liberal Studies established a four-semester, web-based Degree Completion Program for working adults that includes monthly all-day seminars. This program, which is offered through the School of Extended Education, has been highly successful, enrolling 10-20 students each year since 1998.

French 17, edited by French Professor Suzanne Toczyski, was awarded the “Prix Web 17” for journals published in 2002. Recipients of this award are selected by a vote of internal scholars of French 17th century studies.

The English Department published three professional and student publications: Virginia Woolf Miscellany, Zaum and Volt.

In collaboration with the School of Education, the Hutchins School created a “blended program” that allows students to receive both a B.A. in Liberal Studies and an Elementary Teaching Credential in four years.

Under the leadership of Professor Francisco Vazquez, the Hutchins School received a CAMP grant to support students from migrant families who are enrolled at SSU and local community colleges.

SSU hosted the international Virginia Woolf Conference in 2002.

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