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Departments and Majors

Undergraduate

COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND NATURAL SCIENCES

Bachelor of Arts
Classical Studies
English
French
History
Philosophy
Psychology
Religious Studies
Spanish

Bachelor of Science
Biological Sciences
Chemistry
Mathematics
Physics

Bachelor of Liberal Studies - (Nontraditional   Students)
Humanities

COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

Bachelor of Arts
Communications
Criminal Justice
Political Science
Sociology

Bachelor of Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice

Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Nursing

Bachelor of Liberal Studies - (Nontraditional Students)
Social Sciences

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

Bachelor of Accountancy
Bachelor of Business Administration

Economics
Finance
International Business
Management
Marketing

COLLEGE OF MUSIC AND FINE ARTS

Bachelor of Music

Jazz Studies
Music Industry Studies
Performance

Bachelor of Music with Elective Studies
Bachelor of Arts in Music
Bachelor of Music Education -Instrumental
Bachelor of Music Educations - Vocal
Bachelor of Music Therapy
Bachelor of Science in Music Industry Studies

Bachelor of Arts
Theatre Arts
Theatre Arts/Communications
Theatre Arts with a Minor in Business Administration

Bachelor of Fine Arts
Visual Arts
Studio/Visual Arts

Visual Arts/Graphic Design

PRE-PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS

Pre-dentistry
Pre-engineering
Pre-medicine
Pre-veterinary

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Graduate

SCHOOL OF LAW

Juris Doctor

GRADUATE DEGREES OF THE COLLEGES


Master of Business Administration
Master of Business Administration/Juris Doctor
Master of Criminal Justice
Master of Science in Counseling
Master of Pastoral Studies
Master of Religious Education
Master of Science in Nursing

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Updated May 9, 2007