Grand Valley features a rich academic environment focusing on excellent faculty, outstanding students, hands-on research opportunities and nationally ranked graduate programs. Grand Valley offers over 200 areas of study, including 87 undergraduate majors and 36 graduate programs. A liberal arts emphasis teaches students critical thinking and problem resolution. Grand Valley's strong academic focus creates a challenging and rewarding educational experience.
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|Major (Concentration) Major (Concentration)||College||Location|
|Education - Special Education (Learning Disabilities Emphasis) (M.Ed.)||College of Education||Robert C. Pew Grand Rapids Campus|
|Latin American and Latino/a Studies (Minor)||Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies||Allendale Campus|
|Legal Studies (B.A., B.S., Minor)||College of Community and Public Services||Robert C. Pew Grand Rapids Campus|
|Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Studies (Minor)||Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies||Allendale Campus|
|Liberal Studies (B.A., B.S.)||Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies||Allendale Campus, Meijer Campus in Holland, Muskegon Regional Center, Robert C. Pew Grand Rapids Campus, Traverse City Regional Center|
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