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  • Appalachian State University / Administration
    of Governors plans and develops the coordinated system of higher education in North Carolina and in doing so maintains close liaison with other state as well as private educational agencies The Board of Governors elects each of the chancellors of the constituent institutions and determines compensation for each chancellor It also appoints and determines the compensation of all vice chancellors senior academic and administrative officers and persons having permanent tenure Board of Trustees The Board of Trustees of Appalachian State University promotes the sound development of the institution within the functions prescribed for it helping it to serve the state in a way that will complement the activities of the other institutions and aiding it to perform at a high level of excellence in every area of endeavor The board serves as advisor to the Board of Governors on matters pertaining to Appalachian State University and also serves as advisor to the chancellor concerning the management and development of Appalachian State University The powers and duties of the Board of Trustees are primarily defined and delegated by the Board of Governors Apply Visit Info Administration The Chancellor Dr Sheri N Everts became the seventh leader of Appalachian State University on July 1 2014 The Provost Dr Darrell P Kruger is the provost and executive vice chancellor of Appalachian State University Chancellor s Cabinet Sheri N Everts Chancellor Dr Darrell P Kruger Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Mark Bachmeier Director of Human Resources Cathy Bates Chief Information Officer Douglas Gillin Director of Athletics Dayton Cole General Counsel Debra F Covington Interim Executive Assistant to the Chancellor Matthew Dockham Director of External Affairs and Community Relations Randy Edwards Chief of Staff Hank Foreman Senior Associate Vice Chancellor for Advancement Chief Communication Officer Bindu Kolli Jayne Associate Vice Chancellor for Equity Diversity and

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  • Appalachian State University / Minors
    College of Arts and Sciences International Business minor International Business Walker College of Business Interdisciplinary Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Human Resource Management minor Management Walker College of Business History minor History College of Arts and Sciences Health Promotion minor Health and Exercise Science Beaver College of Health Sciences Health Care Management minor Nutrition and Health Care Management Beaver College of Health Sciences Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology minor Art College of Fine and Applied Arts Global Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Girls Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Gerontology minor Sociology College of Arts and Sciences German minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Geology minor Geology College of Arts and Sciences Geography minor Geography and Planning College of Arts and Sciences General Business minor General Business Walker College of Business Gender Women s and Sexuality Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences French and Francophone Studies minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Film Studies minor English College of Arts and Sciences Family and Consumer Sciences minor Family and Child Studies Reich College of Education Exercise Science minor Health and Exercise Science Beaver College of Health Sciences Evolutionary Anthropology and Primatology minor Anthropology College of Arts and Sciences Entrepreneurial Studies minor Management Walker College of Business English minor English College of Arts and Sciences Employee Benefits minor Finance Banking and Insurance Walker College of Business Economics minor Economics Walker College of Business Dance minor Theatre and Dance College of Fine and Applied Arts Criminal Justice minor Government and Justice Studies College of Arts and Sciences Computer Science minor Computer Science College of Arts and Sciences Computer Information Systems minor Computer Information Systems and Supply Chain Management Walker College of Business Community and Regional Planning minor Geography and Planning College of Arts and Sciences Communication Sciences and Disorders minor Communication Sciences and Disorders Beaver College of Health Sciences Communication minor Communication College of Fine and Applied Arts Commercial Photography minor Art College of Fine and Applied Arts Classical Civilizations minor Classical Civilizations College of Arts and Sciences Chinese minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Child Development minor Family and Child Studies Reich College of Education Chemistry minor Chemistry College of Arts and Sciences Business and Information Technology Education minor Curriculum and Instruction Reich College of Education Building Science minor Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment College of Fine and Applied Arts Biology minor Biology College of Arts and Sciences Astronomy minor Physics and Astronomy College of Arts and Sciences Art History minor Art College of Fine and Applied Arts Arabic minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Appropriate Technology minor Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment College of Fine and Applied Arts Apparel Design and Merchandising minor Applied Design College of Fine and Applied Arts Appalachian Studies minor Appalachian Studies College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian Music Roots and Influences minor Appalachian Studies College of Arts and Sciences Anthropology minor Anthropology College of Arts and Sciences Africana Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Advanced Entrepreneurship minor Management Walker College of Business Accounting minor Accounting Walker College of Business Accounting minor Accounting Walker College of Business Anthropology minor Anthropology College of Arts and Sciences Evolutionary Anthropology and Primatology minor Anthropology College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian Music Roots and Influences minor Appalachian Studies College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian Studies minor Appalachian Studies College of Arts and Sciences Apparel Design and Merchandising minor Applied Design College of Fine and Applied Arts Art History minor Art College of Fine and Applied Arts Commercial Photography minor Art College of Fine and Applied Arts Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology minor Art College of Fine and Applied Arts Studio Art minor Art College of Fine and Applied Arts Biology minor Biology College of Arts and Sciences Chemistry minor Chemistry College of Arts and Sciences Classical Civilizations minor Classical Civilizations College of Arts and Sciences Communication minor Communication College of Fine and Applied Arts Communication Sciences and Disorders minor Communication Sciences and Disorders Beaver College of Health Sciences Computer Information Systems minor Computer Information Systems and Supply Chain Management Walker College of Business Supply Chain Management minor Computer Information Systems and Supply Chain Management Walker College of Business Computer Science minor Computer Science College of Arts and Sciences Africana Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Gender Women s and Sexuality Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Girls Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Global Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Interdisciplinary Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Internet Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Labor Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences LGBT Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Non Profit Management minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Business and Information Technology Education minor Curriculum and Instruction Reich College of Education Media Studies minor Curriculum and Instruction Reich College of Education Teacher Education minor Curriculum and Instruction Reich College of Education Economics minor Economics Walker College of Business English minor English College of Arts and Sciences Film Studies minor English College of Arts and Sciences Child Development minor Family and Child Studies Reich College of Education Family and Consumer Sciences minor Family and Child Studies Reich College of Education Employee Benefits minor Finance Banking and Insurance Walker College of Business General Business minor General Business Walker College of Business Community and Regional Planning minor Geography and Planning College of Arts and Sciences Geography minor Geography and Planning College of Arts and Sciences Geology minor Geology College of Arts and Sciences Criminal Justice minor Government and Justice Studies College of Arts and Sciences Political Science minor Government and Justice Studies College of Arts and Sciences Exercise Science minor Health and Exercise Science Beaver College of Health Sciences Health Promotion minor Health and Exercise Science Beaver College of Health Sciences History minor History College of Arts and Sciences Medical Humanities minor Honors College The Honors College Leadership Studies minor Human Development and Psychological Counseling Reich College of Education International Business minor International Business Walker College of Business Judaic Holocaust and Peace Studies minor Judaic Holocaust and Peace Studies College of Arts and Sciences Arabic minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Chinese minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences French and Francophone Studies minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences German minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Japanese minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Russian minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Spanish minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences TESL Applied Linguistics minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Advanced Entrepreneurship minor Management Walker College of Business Entrepreneurial Studies minor Management Walker College of Business Human Resource Management minor Management Walker College of Business Sustainable Business minor Management Walker College of Business Marketing minor Marketing Walker College of Business Mathematics minor Mathematical Sciences College of Arts and Sciences Statistics minor Mathematical Sciences College of Arts and Sciences Medieval Studies minor Medieval Studies College of Arts and Sciences Military Science and Leadership minor Military Science and Leadership College of Fine and Applied Arts Music minor Music Hayes School of Music Health Care Management minor Nutrition and Health Care Management Beaver College of Health Sciences Nutrition and Foods minor Nutrition and Health Care Management Beaver College of Health Sciences Philosophy minor Philosophy and Religion College of Arts and Sciences Religious Studies minor Philosophy and Religion College of Arts and Sciences Astronomy minor Physics and Astronomy College of Arts and Sciences Physics minor Physics and Astronomy College of Arts and Sciences Psychology minor Psychology College of Arts and Sciences Special Education General minor Reading Education and Special Education Reich College of Education Teacher Education minor Reading Education and Special Education Reich College of Education Recreation Management minor Recreation Management and Physical Education Beaver College of Health Sciences Social Work minor Social Work Beaver College of Health Sciences Gerontology minor Sociology College of Arts and Sciences Sociology minor Sociology College of Arts and Sciences Sustainable Development minor Sustainable Development College of Fine and Applied Arts Appropriate Technology minor Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment College of Fine and Applied Arts Building Science minor Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment College of Fine and Applied Arts Dance minor Theatre and Dance College of Fine and Applied Arts Theatre Arts minor Theatre and Dance College of Fine and Applied Arts Theatre Arts minor Theatre and Dance College of Fine and Applied Arts Dance minor Theatre and Dance College of Fine and Applied Arts Building Science minor Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment College of Fine and Applied Arts Appropriate Technology minor Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment College of Fine and Applied Arts Sustainable Development minor Sustainable Development College of Fine and Applied Arts Sociology minor Sociology College of Arts and Sciences Gerontology minor Sociology College of Arts and Sciences Social Work minor Social Work Beaver College of Health Sciences Recreation Management minor Recreation Management and Physical Education Beaver College of Health Sciences Teacher Education minor Reading Education and Special Education Reich College of Education Special Education General minor Reading Education and Special Education Reich College of Education Psychology minor Psychology College of Arts and Sciences Physics minor Physics and Astronomy College of Arts and Sciences Astronomy minor Physics and Astronomy College of Arts and Sciences Religious Studies minor Philosophy and Religion College of Arts and Sciences Philosophy minor Philosophy and Religion College of Arts and Sciences Nutrition and Foods minor Nutrition and Health Care Management Beaver College of Health Sciences Health Care Management minor Nutrition and Health Care Management Beaver College of Health Sciences Music minor Music Hayes School of Music Military Science and Leadership minor Military Science and Leadership College of Fine and Applied Arts Medieval Studies minor Medieval Studies College of Arts and Sciences Statistics minor Mathematical Sciences College of Arts and Sciences Mathematics minor Mathematical Sciences College of Arts and Sciences Marketing minor Marketing Walker College of Business Sustainable Business minor Management Walker College of Business Human Resource Management minor Management Walker College of Business Entrepreneurial Studies minor Management Walker College of Business Advanced Entrepreneurship minor Management Walker College of Business TESL Applied Linguistics minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Spanish minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Russian minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Japanese minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences German minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences French and Francophone Studies minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Chinese minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Arabic minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Judaic Holocaust and Peace Studies minor Judaic Holocaust and Peace Studies College of Arts and Sciences International Business minor International Business Walker College of Business Leadership Studies minor Human Development and Psychological Counseling Reich College of Education Medical Humanities minor Honors College The Honors College History minor History College of Arts and Sciences Health Promotion minor Health and Exercise Science Beaver College of Health Sciences Exercise Science minor Health and Exercise Science Beaver College of Health Sciences Political Science minor Government and Justice Studies College of Arts and Sciences Criminal Justice minor Government and Justice Studies College of Arts and Sciences Geology minor Geology College of Arts and Sciences Geography minor Geography and Planning College of Arts and Sciences Community and Regional Planning minor Geography and Planning College of Arts and Sciences General Business minor General Business Walker College of Business Employee Benefits minor Finance Banking and Insurance Walker College of Business Family and Consumer Sciences minor Family and Child Studies Reich College of Education Child Development minor Family and Child Studies Reich College of Education Film Studies minor English College of Arts and Sciences English minor English College of Arts and Sciences Economics minor Economics Walker College of Business Teacher Education minor Curriculum and Instruction Reich College of Education Media Studies minor Curriculum and Instruction Reich College of Education Business and Information Technology Education minor Curriculum and Instruction Reich College of Education Non Profit Management minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences LGBT Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Labor Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Internet Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Interdisciplinary Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Global Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Girls Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Gender Women s and Sexuality Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Africana Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Computer Science minor Computer Science College of Arts and Sciences Supply Chain Management minor Computer Information Systems and Supply Chain Management Walker College of Business Computer Information Systems minor Computer Information Systems and Supply Chain Management Walker College of Business Communication Sciences and Disorders minor Communication Sciences and Disorders Beaver College of Health Sciences Communication minor Communication College of Fine and Applied Arts Classical Civilizations minor Classical Civilizations College of Arts and Sciences Chemistry minor Chemistry College of Arts and Sciences Biology minor Biology College of Arts and Sciences Studio Art minor Art College of Fine and Applied Arts Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology minor Art College of Fine and Applied Arts Commercial Photography minor Art College of Fine and Applied Arts Art History minor Art College of Fine and Applied Arts Apparel Design and Merchandising minor Applied Design College of Fine and Applied Arts Appalachian Studies minor Appalachian Studies College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian Music Roots and Influences minor Appalachian Studies College of Arts and Sciences Evolutionary Anthropology and Primatology minor Anthropology College of Arts and Sciences Anthropology minor Anthropology College of Arts and Sciences Accounting minor Accounting Walker College of Business Communication Sciences and Disorders minor Communication Sciences and Disorders Beaver College of Health Sciences Exercise Science minor Health and Exercise Science Beaver College of Health Sciences Health Care Management minor Nutrition and Health Care Management Beaver College of Health Sciences Health Promotion minor Health and Exercise Science Beaver College of Health Sciences Nutrition and Foods minor Nutrition and Health Care Management Beaver College of Health Sciences Recreation Management minor Recreation Management and Physical Education Beaver College of Health Sciences Social Work minor Social Work Beaver College of Health Sciences Africana Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Anthropology minor Anthropology College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian Music Roots and Influences minor Appalachian Studies College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian Studies minor Appalachian Studies College of Arts and Sciences Arabic minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Astronomy minor Physics and Astronomy College of Arts and Sciences Biology minor Biology College of Arts and Sciences Chemistry minor Chemistry College of Arts and Sciences Chinese minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Classical Civilizations minor Classical Civilizations College of Arts and Sciences Community and Regional Planning minor Geography and Planning College of Arts and Sciences Computer Science minor Computer Science College of Arts and Sciences Criminal Justice minor Government and Justice Studies College of Arts and Sciences English minor English College of Arts and Sciences Evolutionary Anthropology and Primatology minor Anthropology College of Arts and Sciences Film Studies minor English College of Arts and Sciences French and Francophone Studies minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Gender Women s and Sexuality Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Geography minor Geography and Planning College of Arts and Sciences Geology minor Geology College of Arts and Sciences German minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Gerontology minor Sociology College of Arts and Sciences Girls Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Global Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences History minor History College of Arts and Sciences Interdisciplinary Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Internet Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Japanese minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Judaic Holocaust and Peace Studies minor Judaic Holocaust and Peace Studies College of Arts and Sciences Labor Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences LGBT Studies minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Mathematics minor Mathematical Sciences College of Arts and Sciences Medieval Studies minor Medieval Studies College of Arts and Sciences Non Profit Management minor Cultural Gender and Global Studies College of Arts and Sciences Philosophy minor Philosophy and Religion College of Arts and Sciences Physics minor Physics and Astronomy College of Arts and Sciences Political Science minor Government and Justice Studies College of Arts and Sciences Psychology minor Psychology College of Arts and Sciences Religious Studies minor Philosophy and Religion College of Arts and Sciences Russian minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Sociology minor Sociology College of Arts and Sciences Spanish minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Statistics minor Mathematical Sciences College of Arts and Sciences TESL Applied Linguistics minor Languages Literatures and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences Apparel Design

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  • Appalachian State University / Facts
    opportunities for undergraduate students to participate in research projects alongside their professors Their work is showcased during the annual Celebration of Student Research and Creative Endeavors held on campus as well as at professional conferences in the region and across the United States A Five Year Plan that Makes Sense Many of our undergraduate students choose to build upon their undergraduate work while saving tuition dollars with Appalachian s 4 1 accelerated admissions program It allows undergraduate students to enroll in graduate courses during their senior year and earn both undergraduate and graduate degrees from Appalachian in about 5 years Graduate Studies Appalachian offers more than 50 graduate degree and certificate programs which prepare our students for success in the work force as well as in life At Appalachian we like to say that Masters Matter and our graduate students agree Under the mentorship of their professors our graduate students often conduct primary research are published and present at professional conferences A Sustainable Mission Appalachian s leadership in sustainability is known nationally Our three branched approach asks us to consider if actions are sustainable economically environmentally and equitably in relationship to our planet s co inhabitants These three areas often intersect to create a deep and real sustainability Such commitment to research creativity innovation and practice is making a difference now and for our future Service Learning Appalachian is recognized nationally in the areas of civic engagement and service learning This intersection of classroom learning and real world experience is a powerful combination This work makes us a different kind of institution and leads us all to value how our lives no matter our professions can be made more meaningful through service This commitment is evidenced in numerous programs across Appalachian s campus and beyond which led to a recent community engagement classification by the Carnegie Foundation Student Health and Safety A safe and healthy environment is key to our students ability to focus on their education and all the experiences that will positively shape a transformational Appalachian Experience Appalachian s tradition of caring for students is a deep and broad commitment one that extends throughout our entire community Global Proficiency It s not enough to be globally aware anymore At Appalachian our students are engaging in multiple and varied experiences both at home and abroad to increase their knowledge of global issues regions and cultures improve their intercultural skills and demonstrate global citizenship Apply Visit Info Enrollment Fall 2015 17 932 total 15 746 main campus undergraduate 1 031 main campus graduate 1 440 total new transfer students main campus and distance 1 227 distance education undergraduate graduate and transfer 3 049 first time freshmen 14 ethnic minorities 16 313 in state 1 619 out of state or 9 Combined percentage of self declared African Americans Asian Americans Hispanic Americans and Native Americans in the U S citizen legal resident portion of the student population Actual counts may be higher as some students choose not to report their ethnicity

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  • Appalachian State University / History
    double within 10 years Full time faculty grew to more than 300 and became more diverse During his tenure Appalachian also began offering master s level programs Nationally Recognized for Innovation The university became part of the University of North Carolina system in 1971 under the leadership of Dr Herbert W Wey 1969 79 He introduced innovations that earned Appalachian national recognition as an institution of change all while enrollment doubled to about 9 500 Under his leadership Appalachian implemented the student teacher program College of Business continuing education program and Watauga College a small residential college within the greater university It also secured the New York Loft and App House in Washington D C for off campus scholarly activities To ensure the university s continued innovation and success Wey created the Appalachian State University Foundation Inc to solicit support from individuals corporations and busineses Wey was a prolific writer and researcher Peers referred to him as the educational innovator for encouraging faculty to develop and practice new theories of teaching and learning A Leader in Technology and International Education Dr John E Thomas 1979 93 recruited a first rate faculty believing that strong effective teaching should be supported by research and community service With a focus on improving campus technology and blending it into teaching Thomas also developed Appalachian s leadership in distance learning which expanded in the late 1990s and early 2000s to include a formal partnership with 10 regional community colleges Under Thomas leadership Appalachian developed exchange programs in a dozen countries including China Germany and Costa Rica The focus on international education continued with Dr Francis T Borkowski 1993 2003 who entered his chancellorship with a respectful vision to create a distinctive learning environment sensitive to rapid world changes such as technology and globalization yet rooted in mountain values and Appalachian s tradition of teaching scholarship and service In May 2003 President Molly Broad appointed Dr Harvey R Durham as acting chancellor after 24 years of service as the university s chief academic officer and 14 years prior as professor department chair and associate vice chancellor Dr Durham served as acting chancellor for the school year 2003 04 The results of these leaders progressive changes garnered recognition for Appalachian in U S News World Report and other publications as a top comprehensive university The university s emphasis on international education led the American Council on Education to recognize Appalachian as a model institution for international studies while programs such as Freshman Seminar now called First Year Seminar freshman learning communities and the Summer Reading Program prompted TIME magazine to name Appalachian a College of the Year in 2001 A Destination of Choice Under the leadership of Dr Kenneth E Peacock 2004 14 Appalachian became a destination of choice for high achieving intellectually curious students wanting to be engaged in the community In addition to small classes and challenging academics Appalachian became known for its undergraduate research internationalized curriculum service learning and sustainability both in academic programs

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  • Appalachian State University / Accounting (BSBA)
    Croom 86 It s quite likely you ll run into the chief risk officer for Lowe s Companies Inc while you re an accounting student Courses In addition to a 53 hour business core key accounting courses include Intermediate Accounting I Intermediate Accounting II Cost Accounting Accounting Systems and Internal Control Individual Income Taxation Intermediate Accounting III Introduction to Auditing Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Minors A minor is not required A popular choice however is Computer Information Systems View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Beta Alpha Psi BAP International honorary organization for financial information students and professionals The Appalachian chapter of Beta Alpha Psi has consistently earned superior chapter status from the national organization throughout the past 25 years 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 Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society 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 Appalachian accounting majors have a CPA pass rate that exceeds the national and North Carolina averages The department hosts an annual Meet the Firms event which brings approximately 25 accounting firms looking for interns and full time employees to campus to meet and connect with students Prior to participating in the internship recruiting process junior level students are encouraged to attend a series of seminars on career opportunities resume preparation interviewing skills and other areas of career development Many students stay for Appalachian s one year Master of Science in Accounting degree which provides additional preparation for students future careers as well as support for preparing for the CPA exam The Department of Accounting awards more than 50 scholarships each year with amounts ranging from 500 to 5 000 Number of Students 400 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Starting salaries average between 45 000 and 55 000 Career possibilities include the following Auditor Bank Examiner Chief Financial Officer Controller Cost Accountant FBI Agent Financial Analyst Forensic Accountant Fraud Examiner Governmental Accountant Internal Auditor IRS Investigator Management Consultant Systems Analyst Tax Specialist View more career possibilities Bureau of Labor Statistics Contacts Walker College of Business Department of Accounting Dr Doug Roberts Chair robertsfd appstate edu 828 262 6213 Department of Accounting The Department of Accounting has built a strong reputation for excellence in accounting education and is highly regarded by accounting employers in North Carolina and throughout the Southeast Walker College of Business Accredited and well ranked Accredited by AACSB International the premier global accrediting body

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  • Appalachian State University / Actuarial Sciences (BS)
    a Senior Seminar in Actuarial Sciences Program of Study Four Year Guide Click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Mathematics BA Mathematics BS Business Mathematics BS Computation Mathematics BS Life Sciences Mathematics BS General Mathematics Mathematics BS Physical Sciences Mathematics BS Statistics Mathematics BS Secondary Education Minors A minor is optional Popular choices are Business Statistics View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Actuarial Science Club a student run organization dedicated to assisting individuals interested in a career in actuarial science Gamma Iota Sigma a professional collegiate insurance organization sponsored by the Brantley Risk and Insurance Center in Appalachian s Walker College of Business Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The Actuarial Sciences major at Appalachian is listed by the Society of Actuaries as a University and College with Actuarial Programs UCAP Furthermore its courses have been approved to count as Validation by Educational Experience VEE courses by the Society This helps students progress further in the Society s actuarial credentialing process The program director Dr Kevin Shirley is a Fellow in the Society of Actuaries with seven years of industry experience The program has relationships with regional firms that come to campus to interview students for internships and jobs These include Lincoln Financial in Greensboro and Aon Hewitt in Charlotte among others Number of Students 45 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Some of these jobs may require education beyond a bachelor s degree Actuary Bank Manager Banking Credit Investment Manager Budget Analyst Compensation Benefits Administrator Cost Manager Data Control Administrator Economist Estate Planner Financial Analyst Inventory Manager Job Analyst Logistics Manager Management Analyst Market Research Analyst Mergers Acquisitions Manager Mutual Fund Manager Mutual Fund Trader Rate Analyst Sales Analyst Satellite Communications Specialist Statistician View more career possibilities Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Mathematical Sciences Dr Kevin Shirley Program director 828 262 6975 shirleykl1 appstate edu Department of Mathematical Sciences The Department of Mathematics offers undergraduate degrees in Actuarial Science and Mathematics The mathematics program includes concentrations in business computation life sciences physical sciences secondary teaching and statistics as well as a general self designed concentration 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 32 percent of declared majors at Appalachian in 2014 15 Because the college is larg ely responsible for teaching courses in Appalachian s General Education curriculum it is heavily involved in the education of all students including those pursuing majors in other colleges The college accounted for 48 percent of the instruction provided at Appalachian in 2014 15 16 academic departments Appalachian s College of Arts and Sciences nurtures students capabilities in

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  • Appalachian State University / Anthropology (BA) - Archaeology
    his graduate degrees See more alumni accomplishments Alumnus Profile Joshua Goodwin 14 This 2014 graduate is now working on his PhD at the University of Florida studying material remains of pre Columbian peoples of southeastern North America See more alumni accomplishments Courses Students are required to take core anthropology and archeology classes covering cultural anthropology biological anthropology archeological theory and field archeology Students must also complete courses covering a specific geographic area of archeological study at least one laboratory course and a senior capstone class Program of Study Four Year Guide Click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Anthropology BA Social Practice and Sustainability Anthropology BA Sociocultural Anthropology Anthropology BS Biological Anthropology Anthropology BS Minors A minor is required Strongly recommended minors Biology Chemistry Geography Geology History Physics View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Appalachian State University Anthropology Club ASUAC works to cultivate and advance interest in anthropological ideas research and the understanding of cross cultural and multidisciplinary relationships Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society The Department of Anthropology regularly offers field schools in Ecuador Costa Rica and Wales as well as areas of North America Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Appalachian archaeology students are required to take a field archeology course This can include a field experience at one of Appalachian s field schools Appalachian s archaeology program focuses on cultural resource management training Students are recruited by cultural resource management firms across the Southeast Department of Anthropology students are known for their ability to analyze complex cultural and social situations and find employment in many fields including marketing research and development community and international development law higher education and more The department houses state of the art lab equipment including a 3D scanner and metallurgical and stereo microscopes The department houses large vertebrate and human osteological comparative collection as well as archaeological research collections from excavations of prehistoric and historic sites in western North Carolina and adjacent regions Students are often given graduate level research assistantships or teaching assistantships at an undergraduate level This gives students the opportunity to gain publication and practical experience with faculty members Faculty members have received prestigious fellowships from the Fulbright Program National Science Foundation and Princeton University to pursue their research The department offers scholarships and awards Number of Students Approximately 50 with more than 150 majors in the Department of Anthropology Method of Delivery On campus option of visiting a field school Careers Archaeologist Archivist Art Conservator Collections Manager College Professor Forensic Anthropologist Field Archaeologist Museum Education Director Museum Curator Technician Bureau of Indian Affairs Researcher Cultural Resource Manager View more career possibilities Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Anthropology Dr Diane Mines Chair minesdp appstate edu 828 262 6382 Department of Anthropology The Department of Anthropology offers a comparative and

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  • Appalachian State University / Anthropology (BA) - Social Practice and Sustainability
    quantitative methods or completing an ethnographic field school One class covering the theoretical foundations of social practice and sustainability Courses pertaining to the study of social practice and sustainability at the 4000 level or above as well as a senior capstone An internship as well as an accompanying academic course Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Anthropology BA Archaeology Anthropology BA Sociocultural Anthropology Anthropology BS Biological Anthropology Anthropology BS Minors A minor is required for this degree Popular minors include Sustainable Development Global Studies A language View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Appalachian State University Anthropology Club ASUAC works to cultivate and advance interest in anthropological ideas research and the understanding of cross cultural and multidisciplinary relationships Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society The Department of Anthropology regularly offers field schools in Ecuador Costa Rica and Wales as well as areas of North America Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The Department of Anthropology has relationships with a variety of internship sites including Appalachian Voices High Country Amigos Sustainable Communities Coordinators Legal Services of the Blue Ridge Hunger Coalition Appalachian Cultural Museum and Student Action with Farmworkers Department of Anthropology students are known for their ability to analyze complex cultural and social situations and find employment in many fields including marketing research and development community and international development law and more The department houses state of the art lab equipment including a 3D scanner metallurgical and stereo microscopes and film and audio equipment for student projects The department houses large vertebrate and human osteological comparative collection as well as archaeological research collections from excavations of prehistoric and historic sites in western North Carolina and adjacent regions The department offers scholarships and awards Number of Students 30 with more than 150 majors in the Department of Anthropology Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Archivist Museum Education Director Museum Curator Technician Social Science Analyst Bureau of Indian Affairs Researcher Community Development Officer Cultural Resource Manager Park Service Supervisor Director Advocate Family Service Counselor Market Research Analyst Travel Consultant View more career possibilities Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Anthropology Dr Diane Mines Chair minesdp appstate edu 828 262 6382 Department of Anthropology The Department of Anthropology offers a comparative and holistic approach to the study of the human experience The anthropological perspective provides a broad understanding of the origins as well as the meaning of physical and cultural diversity in the world past present and future 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 32 percent of declared majors at Appalachian in 2014 15 Because the college is larg ely responsible for teaching courses in

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