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  • Appalachian State University / Computer Information Systems (BSBA)
    social purposes AITP offers speakers on related topics opportunities to meet and interact with professionals in the field potential job contacts and social gatherings with others of similar interests Appalachian Supply Chain Club ASCC ASCC offers members a chance to interact with industry professionals while promoting career and professional development with networking and community involvement Sponsored by the Foothills Chapter of APICS The Association for Operations Management Project Management Club PMC Project Management is the application of knowledge skills and techniques to execute projects effectively and efficiently It is a strategic competency for organizations enabling them to tie project results to business goals and thus better compete in their markets pmc org Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society Membership in this group is the highest international recognition a student in business can receive in an undergraduate or master s program at an AACSB accredited school Alpha Iota Mu campus chapter an international honor society organized to recognize outstanding academic achievement in the field of information systems open to CIS majors with a 3 4 or greater overall GPA who have taken at least one CIS core course Global Learning CIS faculty have developed study abroad opportunities to countries such as Germany Spain China Japan and Costa Rica to study computer information systems and observe the supply chain of commodities All business students fulfill an international requirement and an increasing number choose to study abroad through a wide variety of exchange programs The college maintains partnerships with universities across the globe and continues to expand groundbreaking opportunities in emerging markets Admission Requirements Requirements for declaring a major within the Walker College of Business are detailed here Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian This program has a 95 job placement rate Projected growth for both Computer Information Systems and Supply Chain Management careers is consistently growing over 20 through 2020 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics with entry level salaries among the highest of all business disciplines averaging over 55 000 per year with median starting salaries of 60 000 excluding signing bonuses Appalachian is one of only five universities in North Carolina authorized to teach the Cisco Networking Academy curriculum with access to Cisco routers switches and other equipment Students can take IT Certification tests before they graduate including Network Security CCNA and CISSP International study abroad trips are offered by our CIS faculty Previous classes have visited Germany Spain China Japan Costa Rica and others Club competitions have sent students to the Project Management Triathlon the AITP National Collegiate Conference Number of Students Approximately 200 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Expected starting salaries from 50 000 70 000 Career options include the following IT Project Managers Systems Managers Network Administrators Network Analysts Security Administrators Website Developers Systems Analysis Design Systems Architects IT Auditor Systems Developers Program Analysts Systems Analysts Database Analytical Modeling Database Administrators Business Analytics Specialist Entrepreneurial Tech Leaders View more career possibilities Contacts Walker College of Business Department of Computer Information Systems and Supply Chain Management Dr

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  • Appalachian State University / Computer Science (BS)
    Steve Kitchens 03 senior manager of systems and electrical engineering for Amazon Kindle Fire Tablets Fire Phone Student Profile Jenna Schachner She says her professors all drive her to do her best and get involved in co curricular activities Courses Primary courses include the 39 semester hour computer science core plus 18 hours of mathematics and 9 hours of computer science electives as well as a 13 hour science requirement Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Minors A minor is not required Popular minors among students who do choose to pursue one include Mathematics Business Physics Computer Information Systems View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Association for Computer Machinery A recognized chapter of the national association serving as the world s largest educational and scientific computing society Nerd Network A way for students with common nerdy interests such as science fiction anime video games comics to come together and share in their passions App Hack Events These consists of 24 hour periods where students come together to collaborate and develop technology Association of Information Technology Professionals A student chapter of the largest organization for information management executives S STEM program A scholarship program for students who major in computer science of applied mathematics Global Learning Global Learning is a priority for Appalachian State University Students are encouraged to increase their knowledge of global issues regions and cultures through any of Appalachian s 100 plus international courses and events befriending Appalachian s 170 180 international students participating in a study abroad or pursuing an international service learning or internship experience Admission Requirements Must complete at least 30 credit hours of Appalachian course work and complete freshman and sophomore English in order to be admitted into the major Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian An ABET accredited program since 1986 Appalachian s accelerated master s program allows undergraduate computer science students to stay and receive their Master of Computer Science degree in one year at Appalachian as opposed to two years at another institution The Department of Computer Science offers scholarships and S T E M scholarships are available through Appalachian State University Number of Students Approximately 375 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Some of these jobs may require education beyond a bachelor s degree Applications Programmer Applied Science Technologist Artificial Intelligence Programmer Banking Credit Investment Manager Biometrician Biostatistician Commodity Manager Computer Facilities Manager Computer Installation Test Specialist Computer Programmer Computer Scientist Computer Aided Design Technician Database Manager Information Scientist Inventory Control Specialist Market Research Analyst Mathematician Research Analyst Software Engineer Software Support Specialist Statistician Systems Analyst Systems Programmer Teacher Science Math Computers Technical Support Representative View more career possibilities Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Computer Science Dr James Wilkes Chair wilkesjt appstate edu 828 262 2370 Department of Computer Science Appalachian s Department of Computer Science provides a rigorous high quality education that prepares students for the computing industry or graduate education College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian s largest college

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  • Appalachian State University / Criminal Justice (BSCJ)
    Dr Cathy Marcum discusses her research on cybercrime and corrections Meet more faculty Student Profile Winnie Ortega 17 I did not want to study in a class that had 100 plus students App State is the perfect place for me Winnie Ortega criminal justice major Courses Core courses include Introduction to Criminal Justice Writing in Criminal Justice Police Process Research Methods the Judicial Process Theories of Crime Justice Corrections and Criminal Law Program of Study Four Year Guide Click the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Program Criminal Justice BSCJ International Studies Minors A minor is not required Popular minors include History Sociology Psychology View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom American Criminal Justice Association Lambda Alpha Epsilon a chapter of the national organization that is dedicated to acknowledging academic achievement in criminal justice and networking between members American Correctional Association The Appalachian Students Chapter of the American Correctional Association was founded in 2003 and works to educate the community about the truth of our justice system Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society In this major past faculty led study abroad locations included Cuba and Eastern Europe Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian As part of degree requirements students must complete an internship A student will usually spend an entire semester working with an approved criminal justice agency Scholarships are available through the department Students may want to stay for Appalachian s Accelerated Admission from Baccalaureate to Master s Program at Appalachian Criminal Justice students with a GPA above 3 0 may complete their Master of Public Administration degree in one extra year Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Attorney CIA Agent Corrections Officer Detective District Attorney Drug Enforcement Agent FBI Agent Law Enforcement Officer Military Officer Park Ranger Police Officer Manager Secret Service Agent Sheriff Social Worker US Marshall View more career possibilities Employers FBI Secret Service State Department Diplomatic Security Air Marshal Naval Criminal Investigative Services U S Marshal s Service U S Probation N C State Highway Patrol N C Alcohol Law Enforcement N C State Bureau of Investigation N C Division of Community Corrections Juvenile District Attorney offices Public Defenders offices Police departments of Charlotte Mecklenburg Durham Greensboro Gastonia Gaston County Wilmington Rocky Mount Hickory Watauga County Catawba County and more Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Government and Justice Studies Dr Phillip Ardoin Chair ardoinpj appstate edu 828 262 7187 Department of Government and Justice Studies The Department of Government and Justice Studies prepares graduates to critically observe analyze and understand a complex world It offers programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian s largest college The College of Arts and Sciences has more than 500 faculty members and approximately 5 400 students majoring in 86 academic programs The college accounted for

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  • Appalachian State University / Criminal Justice (BSCJ) - International Studies
    In this Q A criminal justice professor Dr Cathy Marcum discusses her research on cybercrime and corrections Meet more faculty Student Profile Winnie Ortega 17 I did not want to study in a class that had 100 plus students App State is the perfect place for me Winnie Ortega criminal justice major Courses Core courses include Introduction to Criminal Justice Writing in Criminal Justice Police Process Research Methods the Judicial Process Theories of Crime Justice Corrections and Criminal Law Program of Study Click on the pdf for your major Four Year Guide Click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Program Criminal Justice BSCJ Minors A minor is not required Popular minors include Psychology Sociology Accounting Chemistry History View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom American Criminal Justice Association Lambda Alpha Epsilon a chapter of the national organization that is dedicated to acknowledging academic achievement in criminal justice and networking between members American Correctional Association The Appalachian Students Chapter of the American Correctional Association was founded in 2003 and works to educate the community about the truth of our justice system International Relations Association a student organization dedicated to the appreciation and increased understanding of world events and international organizations The club participates extensively in Model United Nation activities hosting events as well as traveling to different cities as Model UN delegations Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Past faculty led study abroad locations include Cuba and Eastern Europe Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian As part of degree requirements students must complete an internship A student will usually spend an entire semester working at and for an approved criminal justice agency Scholarships are available through the department Students may want to stay for Appalachian s Accelerated Admission from Baccalaureate to Master s Program at Appalachian Criminal Justice students with a GPA above 3 0 may complete their Master of Public Administration degree in one extra year Appalachian has a division dedicated to global learning where students can connect with international opportunities Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Airport Security Officer Attorney Bailiff Border Patrol Agent Child Support Agency Worker CIA Agent Corrections Officer Court Administrator Criminal Investigator Customs Agent Deportation Officer Detective District Attorney Drug Enforcement Agent FBI Agent Law Enforcement Officer Paralegal Probation Parole Officer Public Safety Officer US Marshall View more career possibilities Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Government and Justice Studies Dr Phillip Ardoin Chair ardoinpj appstate edu 828 262 7187 Department of Government and Justice Studies The Department of Government and Justice Studies prepares graduates to critically observe analyze and understand a complex world It offers programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian s largest college The College of Arts and Sciences has more than 500 faculty members and approximately

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  • Appalachian State University / Dance Studies (BA)
    performance in the early fall This showcase features work choreographed by faculty upper level dance students and invited guests and are performed by first year students This performance is held in conjunction with scenes for first year theater students North Carolina Dance Festival a yearly performance that includes a touring roster of professional dancers and companies from across North Carolina alongside dances choreographed and performed by faculty and students Fall Appalachian Dance Ensemble a fully mounted performance by the dance program It is choreographed by both faculty and students and performed by students Spring Appalachian Dance Ensemble another fully mounted performance for faculty and student choreographers dancers Both Fall and Spring Dance Ensemble performances often include works set by visiting artists More opportunities Dance students also perform in musical theatre productions in connection with the Theatre program collaborate with the Hayes School of Music for operas and participate in informal performances across campus such as the Diversity Celebration or Admissions open houses The opportunity to choreograph for or dance in each of these concerts is filled through open auditions for all interested students Student Clubs Momentum This department endorsed dance club produces an annual Showcase featuring original student choreography in the Varsity Dance Studio to raise the profile of dance on campus Club activities include student planned master classes and fund raising activities Membership is open to all interested students Entropy Also department endorsed this hip hop dance club performs on campus and in competitions and workshops throughout the region There is an audition for membership See all Department of Theatre and Dance student organizations Pilates Teacher Training Program An optional continuing education program sponsored through the University Conference and Camp Services program and the Department of Theatre and Dance It accepts 6 12 students who have taken 2 3 semesters of prerequisite coursework for an intensive spring and summer training apprenticeship which is offered in odd years There is a cost This program serves students who wish to further their study in Pilates and receive a certification that will allow them to teach in different venues after graduation Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society The study abroad program Rhythm and Revolution Exploring Music and Dance in Cuba can be taken by students in DAN 3540 MUS 3540 and GLS 3540 Each course carries three credit hours and all students have the same experience No knowledge of dance music Spanish or filmmaking necessary All majors are welcome Admission Requirements There is no audition necessary for entrance into the Dance Studies Program A GPA of 2 5 or better is required in the major Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The Dance Studies Program is certified by the National Association of Schools of Dance The program is unique because of its broad offering of Somatics based courses including Somatics Pilates Mat Pilates Equipment Gyrokinesis Gyrotonic Yoga and Floor Barre This is a reflection of the

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  • Appalachian State University / Economics (BA) - Environmental Economics and Policy
    so many opportunities and support Economics major Yesenia Olguin Faculty Profile Dr John Whitehead The skills that students learn as part of the research are things they can use at their jobs It s exciting to see a student get interested in applying economic analysis outside the classroom Dr John Whitehead professor and department chair Meet more faculty Courses Core courses include Principles of Microeconomics Principles of Macroeconomics Business Economics Statistics I Intermediate Price Theory Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory Business Writing and Seminar in Economics plus Environmental Economics Policy and Benefit Cost Analysis Program of Study Four Year Guide Click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Economics BA General Economics Economics BA International Economics Economics BA Regional Economic Development Economics BSBA Minors A minor is required It must be selected from the following Biology Chemistry Geology Physics Geography Anthropology Appropriate Technology Sustainable Development other minors with the permission of the chairperson Many students also choose to pursue a double major with Sustainable Development View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Economics Club Students interested in governmental economic and social issues are encouraged to join the economics club The club provides a forum for discussion and socialization with students faculty and guest speakers with similar interests Omicron Delta Epsilon The international honor society in economics is open to undergraduates who have completed 15 semester hours of economics courses maintain a B average and have a genuine interest in economics CERPA Undergraduate Research Scholars Program Provides exceptionally capable and well motivated students an opportunity to participate in all phases of social economic and policy research under the supervision of a faculty advisor Global Learning All business students fulfill an international requirement and an increasing number choose to study abroad through a wide variety of exchange programs The college maintains partnerships with universities across the globe and continues to expand groundbreaking opportunities in emerging markets Admission Requirements Requirements for declaring a major within the Walker College of Business are detailed here Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian This is one of the world s top programs in the fields of environmental economics according to the prestigious worldwide organization Research Papers in Economics Students find jobs directly after graduation and this degree also provides a sound foundation for graduate study in law business and finance and policy analysis In lieu of business core courses students in this degree focus on a minor related to the environment All students take the senior seminar in which they conduct in depth research and analysis of selected economic issues and make a presentation just like professionals in the field The Department of Economics maintains a seminar series with key figures in economics including Noble Laureates members of the Council of Economic Advisors and top academic economists The BB Student Leadership Center offers consultation to all business majors on choosing a career preparing for interviews and exploring internships and employment Number of Students 4 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Economic Analyst Operations

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  • Appalachian State University / Economics (BA) - General Economics
    many opportunities and support Economics major Yesenia Olguin Faculty Profile Dr John Whitehead The skills that students learn as part of the research are things they can use at their jobs It s exciting to see a student get interested in applying economic analysis outside the classroom Dr John Whitehead professor and department chair Meet more faculty Courses Core courses include Principles of Microeconomics Principles of Macroeconomics Business Economics Statistics I Intermediate Price Theory Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory Business Writing and Seminar in Economics Program of Study Four Year Guide Click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Economics BSBA Economics BA Environmental Economics and Policy Economics BA International Economics Economics BA Regional Economic Development Minors A minor is required Students are encouraged to minor in a discipline of interest View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Economics Club Students interested in governmental economic and social issues are encouraged to join the economics club The club provides a forum for discussion and socialization with students faculty and guest speakers with similar interests Omicron Delta Epsilon The international honor society in economics is open to undergraduates who have completed 15 semester hours of economics courses maintain a B average and have a genuine interest in economics CERPA Undergraduate Research Scholars Program Provides exceptionally capable and well motivated students an opportunity to participate in all phases of social economic and policy research under the supervision of a faculty advisor Global Learning All business students fulfill an international requirement and an increasing number choose to study abroad through a wide variety of exchange programs The college maintains partnerships with universities across the globe and continues to expand groundbreaking opportunities in emerging markets Admission Requirements Requirements for declaring a major within the Walker College of Business are detailed here Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Students find jobs directly after graduation and this degree also provides a sound foundation for graduate study in law business and finance and policy analysis In lieu of business core courses students in this degree focus on a minor of their choice with permission of the department chairperson All students take the senior seminar in which they conduct in depth research andanalysis of selected economic issues and make a presentation just like professionals in the field The Department of Economics maintains a seminar series with key figures in economics including Noble Laureates members of the Council of Economic Advisors and top academic economists The BB T Student Leadership Center offers consultation to all business majors on choosing a career preparing for interviews and exploring internships and employment Number of Students 11 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Economic Analyst Operations or Systems Specialist Government analyst or Statistician Management or Sales Professional Lawyer Agricultural Analyst International Trade Health Care Analyst Investment Analyst View more career possibilities Contacts Walker College of Business Department of Economics Dr John Whitehead Chair whiteheadjc appstate edu 828 262 6121 Melissa Bryant Department Administrator bryantme appstate edu 828 262 2148 Department

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  • Appalachian State University / Economics (BA) - International Economics
    opportunities and support Economics major Yesenia Olguin Faculty Profile Dr Tanya Molodtsova I talk about real world examples of different economic events in different countries When students start to get to know this field they get more excited Dr Tanya Molodtsova Meet more faculty Courses Core courses include Principles of Microeconomics Principles of Macroeconomics Business Economics Statistics I Intermediate Price Theory Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory Business Writing and Seminar in Economics plus International Economics and International Macroeconomics Program of Study Four Year Guide Click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Economics BSBA Economics BA Environmental Economics and Policy Economics BA Regional Economic Development Economics BA General Economics Minors A minor is required The minor must be selected from the following Chinese French German Spanish International Business or other minors with the permission of the chairperson View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Economics Club Students interested in governmental economic and social issues are encouraged to join the economics club The club provides a forum for discussion and socialization with students faculty and guest speakers with similar interests Omicron Delta Epsilon The international honor society in economics is open to undergraduates who have completed 15 semester hours of economics courses maintain a B average and have a genuine interest in economics CERPA Undergraduate Research Scholars Program Provides exceptionally capable and well motivated students an opportunity to participate in all phases of social economic and policy research under the supervision of a faculty advisor Global Learning All business students fulfill an international requirement and an increasing number choose to study abroad through a wide variety of exchange programs The college maintains partnerships with universities across the globe and continues to expand groundbreaking opportunities in emerging markets Admission Requirements Requirements for declaring a major within the Walker College of Business are detailed here Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Students find jobs directly after graduation while this degree also provides a sound foundation for graduate study in law business and finance and policy analysis In lieu of business core courses students in this degree focus on a minor related to the international economics or a language All students take the senior seminar in which they conduct in depth research and analysis of selected economic issues and make a presentation just like professionals in the field The Department of Economics maintains a seminar series with key figures in economics including Noble Laureates members of the Council of Economic Advisors and top academic economists The BB T Student Leadership Center offers consultation to all business majors on choosing a career preparing for interviews and exploring internships and employment Number of Students 6 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Economic Analyst Operations or Systems Specialist Government analyst or Statistician Management or Sales Professional Lawyer Agricultural Analyst International Trade Health Care Analyst Investment Analyst View more career possibilities Contacts Walker College of Business Department of Economics Dr John Whitehead Chair whiteheadjc appstate edu 828 262 6121 Melissa Bryant Department Administrator bryantme

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