Salem College Adds Several Degree Programs

Salem College, the women’s college in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, has announced that it is adding three new majors this fall. Students at the college, which was founded in 1772, will now be able to major in criminal studies, environmental studies, and teaching, schools, and society. Students in the teaching, schools, and society major will choose between concentrations in advocacy, mathematics, environment, literacy, natural sciences, or social sciences.

In addition, the college will now offer minor programs in criminal studies, statistics, business entrepreneurship, visual arts entrepreneurship, dance management, and music entrepreneurship.

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