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Candidates who have outstanding academic results may apply for direct entry into the double major program at the point of application. Alternatively, if students are enrolled in a single degree program and have done well ie. have been accepted into the major and are considered to be in academic good standing, they are eligible to apply for the double major program.
In the double major program, students can graduate with two majors and within the minimum of 120 credits. They will be awarded with one degree with two majors, not two degrees, regardless of how many credits are earned.
Learn insights and skills in the art and process of inter-personal communication with an international focus.
Founded in 1964 and ranked among the top 25 communication programs in the US, UB’s BA (Communication) provides you with a comprehensive knowledge of human communication, its media, and its effects.
As a Communication major, you will:
You will learn insights and skills in the mind and behavior of human beings which is invaluable in promoting effective interactions and relationships with people.
Founded in 1920’s, Psychology is one of the largest undergraduate majors in UB. The department of Psychology in UB is a member of the American Psychological Society and is ranked among the top 50 (US News, 2012 ranking) in the US.
As a Psychology major, you will:
More than 50% of modules are taught by US /overseas visiting faculty, covering the full semester throughout the entire program. The rest of the modules are taught by qualified local faculty with the experience and academic expertise approved by UB.
The program is taught by engaged, committed faculty. Coursework includes hands-on experience, active class presentation and participation, projects and all the best practices of American college education.
Graduates have also gone on to graduate schools for further studies.
With these double major qualifications, you have better job opportunities in
Distinctive features of SIM-UB programs