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The major includes foundational STEM classes and courses in nutrition and food science, technical writing and biochemistry.
The major will prepare students to create products such as datasets and models about human activity and behavior.
The field combines biology, physics and data science.
The degree program is housed under the Jewish Studies department.
Current freshmen and sophomores will be able to transfer into the major starting in June.
The Board of Regents' education committee recently approved a proposal for the major.
Only two sign language courses are being offered this semester.
The major, called immersive media design, will combine computer science and art.