MetaMajors

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Arts & Humanities:

Students select courses of study from a vast array of fields including political science, world languages, cultural studies, English literature, history, and fine arts. These students will give a fresh voice to culture, ethics and policy, and will shape our society both today and in the future.

Business and Industry:

Students select courses of study from a vast array of fields including political science, world languages, cultural studies, English literature, history, and fine arts. These students will give a fresh voice to culture, ethics and policy, and will shape our society both today and in the future.

Health Science:

Students are preparing for careers in fields such as Nursing, Physical Therapy, Radiology, Medical Office Procedures and a variety of fields related to medicine. Programs are designed to prepare students for transfer and the workforce. 

Public and Consumer Service:

Students select courses of study including political science, world languages, cultural studies, literature, history, & fine arts. They will give a fresh voice to culture, ethics and policy, and will shape our society both today and in the future.

STEM:

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math students apply their knowledge and skills to in diverse programs including the petroleum industry, space industry & civil work projects. They will be the innovators of the future.


MetaMajors are well-designed, industry specific, and career focused programs that help inform the choices students make as they are connecting with Odessa College.

MetaMajors:

  • Enhance holistic/appreciative advising
  • Provide a platform for first semester career exploration experiences
  • Reduce students lost in general studies or waiting for competitive program entry
  • Inform recruitment conversations and programming
  • Increase MetaMajor cohort programming, communication and engagement
  • Develop professional learning communities among faculty and staff teams
  • Allow for general education contextualization within the MetaMajor