BGS majors must select one of the following Themes for their Focus and three of the following Themes for their Concentrations.
Arts, Media and Entertainment: Develop skills in criticism and evaluation of art forms, an understanding of the processes by which art and creativity are communicated, and an academic knowledge of promotion and marketing in the performing arts.
Global and Intercultural Understanding: Understand the customs, cultures, mores, practices, contributions, and struggles of peoples around the globe.
Social Behavior and Human Understanding: Learn about differences and similarities between and among individuals in different economic, political, religious, cultural, ethnic, and social groups.
Study of the U.S. and the American Experience: Explore the diversity of experiences and perspectives in the United States, developing skills in effective writing, critical analysis, research, and the ability to think about problems in multiple ways using multiple theories and methods.
Economy and Industry: Study business perspectives from a variety of disciplinary fields, and understand the role of economy and industry in society.