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Special Education – Learning Disabilites

The Special Education endorsement is a K-12 teaching major that is completed with an elementary or secondary education major.

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Mild to Moderate Disabilities

A one-of-a-kind program that’s all yours.  You’ll graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Mild to Moderate Disabilities program at Alma College and walk away with three special education endorsements

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Computer Game Programming

You bring your imagination. We’ll provide technical instruction and a space for multimedia exploration. Alma’s Computer Programming program offers a comprehensive and organized curriculum for students interested in game creation.

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Build the core critical thinking, analytical and problem-solving skills you need to succeed as a leader – and never stop evolving. As a business major at Alma College, you’ll take

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Actuarial Science

Use mathematics and statistics to solve real world problems. Actuarial science uses mathematics, finance, accounting, and economics to manage risk in a fast-changing world. As an actuarial science major, you

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Electrical Engineering

Develop innovative approaches to the world as we know it. Our electrical engineering program is for the wonderers. For those who learn best by doing. And those that are driven

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Computer Engineering

Make sense of the technology that drives us. Then, make it better. Our computer engineering program gives you the tools to successfully solve problems head on with advanced knowledge in

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Financial Economics

Invest in your future. Pave the way for a fulfilling career in an exciting and demanding field. Understand how financial markets work and how they are regulated. Cultivate the tools

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Use language to engage, inspire and share ideas. Writing is a powerful tool. It allows us to persuade, communicate and connect. As a writing minor at Alma, you will:   Explore

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Special Education – Learning Disabilities

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