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The human mind is one of the most complicated and intriguing mysteries in today's scientific world.

If you’re fascinated by understanding why people do the things that they do, you might consider majoring in psychology.

An interest in politics, government or current events often leads students toward studying political science.

But this major is more than just the study of political structures—it’s a broad understanding of history and culture combined with discussion of current events and cutting-edge statistical analysis.

As a Coker history major, whether you’re studying the Civil Rights movement or the evolution of gender and class roles in 19th century England, you won’t be memorizing dates and obscure historical facts.

Sure, history majors study historical events. But more importantly, history majors study the human experience. They study change. They study how history relates to the modern world, how to make meaningful connections, and how to distinguish patterns in complex information.

Coker’s education major combines a strong liberal arts core with the specialized content and professional education courses necessary to excel as a leader and professional in the education field.

Students with interest in auditioning for scholarship or majoring in the BFA tracks for Performance/Choreography, Dance/Movement Therapies or a BA in Dance Education must complete an additional application by visiting getacceptd.com/coker

As long as people break the law, our society will need criminologists.

If you have an insatiable curiosity, a strong sense of justice, and a desire to improve social conditions, a major in criminology will build on your natural abilities to prepare you for a fulfilling career. You will study all facets of crime—from the psychological motivations of criminals to the intricacies of law enforcement, prisons and parole systems—to fully understand the American criminal justice system and explore how to improve it.

Computer science is the study of how a computer works: the theoretical and practical aspects of algorithm, software and hardware design.

It’s also one of the most rapidly growing and developing fields in the world.

The world of communication has always been fast-paced and fluid, evolving quickly to keep up with modern technology.

Today, these changes are happening faster than ever.

Chemistry is the study of the composition, structure, and properties of matter—or in other words, the makeup of our entire universe.

As a chemistry major, you won’t just be memorizing molecular structures and periodic elements. You’ll be exploring how the physical world operates.

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