Areas of study

The freedom to choose and the interaction among a variety of disciplines are at the heart of liberal arts education. With so much choice, however, things might get a bit confusing.

You may be wondering what’s the difference between a major, a minor, and a concentration. It’s simple: a major is your primary focus of study, and a minor is your secondary focus of study. (At AUBG, you can do up to two majors and two minors!)

The difference between a minor and a concentration, on the other hand, is that the concentration relates to your major, while your minor can be in a completely different field. For example, with a major in Business Administration, you can do a concentration in Finance. At the same time, you can also be doing a minor in Literature. What’s important is that you have the freedom to explore your passions, develop your talents, and prepare for a fulfilling and successful life.

Take a look at the chart below to see the many study options ahead of you and keep in mind that you can always consult with your faculty advisor if you need assistance.

Area of Study

Major

Minor

Concentration

Anthropology

Business Administration 

                Accounting

                Finance

                Marketing

                Management

Computer Science 

                Foundation of Computing

                Software Development

Economics            

Entrepreneurship

European Studies

Film and Theater Studies

Finance
Fine Arts

History and Civilization 

Information Systems

Integrated Marketing Communications

Journalism and Mass Communications

Literature

Mathematics

Modern Languages and Cultures

Psychology

Physics

Philosophy and Religion

Political Science and International Relations

Public Policy

Self-designed Major

Southeast European Studies

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