Nev. Admin. Code § 391.1301 - Comprehensive majors and minors recognized by Commission

The Commission recognizes the following fields as comprehensive majors or minors, which require 36 or 24 semester hours of credit respectively:

1. In academic education:
(a) Art;
(b) Biological science;
(c) English as a second language;
(d) English;
(e) General science;
(f) Instrumental and vocal music;
(g) Instrumental music;
(h) Mathematics;
(i) Physical education;
(j) Physical science;

Social studies;

(l) Speech and drama; and
(m) Vocal music.

For the comprehensive majors and minors identified in this subsection, a person who holds a bachelor's degree or a higher degree with a major or minor conferred by a regionally accredited college or university shall be deemed to qualify for a comprehensive major or minor, as applicable, if he or she has satisfied the requirements of NAC 391.120.

2. In career and technical education:
(a) Agricultural education;
(b) Automotive service technology;
(c) Business education;
(d) Child care;
(e) Communications and media;
(f) Construction technology;
(g) Drafting and design;
(h) Electronic technology;
(i) Family and consumer sciences;
(j) Food services;
(k) Health occupations;
(l) Hospitality and recreation;
(m) Human services;
(n) Industrial arts;
(o) Manufacturing technologies;
(p) Marketing education;
(q) Stage and theater technology; and
(r) Technology education.


Nev. Admin. Code § 391.1301
Added to NAC by Bd. of Education, eff. 4-27-84; A by Comm'n on Prof. Standards in Education, 9-1-89; 1-11-96; R182-97, 3-31-98; R075-00, 6-20-2000; R099-03, 9-24-2003; R223-05, 2-23-2006; R026-07 & R027-07, 10-31-2007; R018-11, 10-26-2011; A by R152-15, eff. 6/28/2016; A by R079-17AP, eff. 6/26/2018; A by R090-19A, eff. 7/28/2021
NRS 391.019

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