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DEGREE TYPE

DESCRIPTION

Anthropology

Indigenous Anthropology

BA

Focus on working collaboratively with regional indigenous communities on long-term research and social documentation projects. Advanced students conduct field and laboratory research in collaboration with community-driven social documentation projects.

Anthropology

Medical Anthropology

BA

Focus on the study of medical systems, health care systems, access to and utilization of health care, medicinal concepts and practices, ethno botany, and forms of diagnosis, prognosis, illness causation, and disease etiologies. Advanced students conduct field research and internships in the context of community-based research projects, health care settings, and internships.

Applied Physics

Applied Electronics

BS

Develop a fundamental background in physics and gain hands-on experience in electronic design and application.

Applied Physics - General

General

BS

Focus on the connection between fundamental research in physics and its application to real-world problem solving.

Biological Sciences

General

BS

Study the relationship of organisms to each other, to their environment, and within themselves in biochemical terms. 

Business Administration

Accounting

BS

Prepare for a career in public accounting through knowledge of accounting principles and rules, critical-thinking and problem-solving skills.

Business Administration

Finance

BS

Explore the fundamental principals of financial management, investment management, and banking.

Business Administration - General

General

BS

Study the wide field of business administration that incorporates various types of management positions.  From small independent businesses to large major corporations, the need for motivated and organized leaders is continuously growing.

Business Administration

Global Business Management

BS

Study marketing, entrepreneurship, and information systems for international practice.  Students gain first hand exposure by completing a foreign internship.  This Senior Experience requirement develops personal insight and understanding of living and working in a foreign country.

Business Administration

Global Supply Chain Management

BS

Focus on designing and managing the relationships that keep products moving on the global playing field. Learn to manage the worldwide supply network of a contemporary global company, including supply, manufacturing, distribution and marketing, procurement, customer relationship management.

Business Administration

Management

BS

Focus on relationships among members of organizations as well as organization decision-making behavior and cultures.

Business Administration

Management Information Systems

BS

Bridge the technical and managerial perspectives of Information Systems.  Learn to efficiently and effectively manage information systems for modern organizations via database management, networking and telecommunications, multimedia, and internet applications.

Business Administration

Marketing

BS

Study the process through which goods and services move from concept to the customer. Specialized courses are focused on fundamental marketing principles and knowledge that are important for domestic and global operations.

Chemistry - General

General

BS

Focus on the study of matter and its changes, including everything in the universe from a simple hydrogen atom to very large replicating molecules in life processes. Chemistry majors are needed to help solve some

Chemistry

Science Education

BS

Prepare for a career in teaching science in schools, parks, or museums.

Child and Adolescent Development

General

BA

Focus on the developmental processes that occur from conception through the end of adolescence.  Prepares students for careers in public organizations, teaching institutions, service agencies, and mental and physical health facilities.

Communication

General

BA

Provides a comprehensive knowledge of the nature of communication, its varied forms and uses, and its multiple social, cultural, and cognitive effects.  Prepares students for careers in community relations, government, public affairs, international trade, conflict mediation, advertising, teaching and law.

Computer Science

General

BS

Conduct problem solving on computers through the study of embedded real-time systems, networks, intelligent systems, mobile computing and bio informatics.

Criminology and Justice Studies

General

BA

Study the intellectual traditions of sociology and critical criminology to understand the social correlates of crime and justice.  Prepares students for careers in the areas of social justice, administration of justice, and criminal justice systems.

Economics

General

BA

Focus on the systematic study of the production, conservation and allocation of resources in conditions of scarcity, together with the organizational frameworks related to these prcoesses.  Prepares students for a career in education, journalism, accounting, government, financial services, business, banking, and more.

History

General

BA

Focus on coursework in a diverse range of geographical fields and time periods, from the classical world to the modern United States.  Students will develop, practice, and master historical methods including research, analysis, strategic thinking, writing, and oral presentation.

Liberal Studies

Elementary Subject Matter Preparation

BA

Designed for students who plan to complete their Bachelor degree first and then complete a credential program.  Prepares students for a career in teaching K-8 elementary school, middle school, and all levels of special education.

Literature and Writing Studies

Literature and Writing Studies – General

BA

Literature and cultural artifacts are studied as reflections and expressions of the cultures that value them.  Gain experience in writing expository prose, fiction, poetry, and intensive work on practical criticism and rhetorical theory.

Mass Media

General

BA

Theoretically-focused and application based frameworks to understand media, media technology, and its influence upon domestic and global culture and society.  Prepares students for careers in communication, media technology interface, social networking, advertising, marketing, promotions and public relations.

Mathematics

General

BS

Develop the ability to explore, conjecture, and reason, as well as solve a variety of problems.  Students can pursue a career in the teaching of mathematics at the K-12 level or college level.

Political Science

General

BS

Focus on the fundamental issues confronting modern society: war, inequality, civil liberties and civil and human rights, poverty and development, the environment and seeks to evaluate the processes, policies, relationships, and theories that have been devised to deal with them.

Political Science

Global

BA

The Global focus requires students to take courses in environment, population and culture, strategic management in global environments, social change and social movements, and more.

Psychology

General

BA

Prepare for a career in a variety of psychology-related settings including research laboratories, mental health agencies, hospitals, academic institutions, business, industry, and public organizations.  Consideration of multicultural perspectives and ethical issues are integral to the study of human behavior and characteristics.

Sociology

Aging and the Life Course

BA

Study human societies including the institutions, organizations, and groups that compose them; and the way individuals and groups relate to one another. Focus on human relationships across the course of life.

Sociology

Children, Youth, and Families

BA

Study human societies including the institutions, organizations, and groups that compose them; and the way individuals and groups relate to one another. Focus on social welfare policies, children's rights, divorce and remarriage, family violence, and more.

Sociology

Critical Race Studies

BA

Study human societies including the institutions, organizations, and groups that compose them; and the way individuals and groups relate to one another. Focus on social inequality and civil rights, race and identity, racial profiling, and more.

Sociology

Health, Education, and Welfare

BA

Study human societies including the institutions, organizations, and groups that compose them; and the way individuals and groups relate to one another. Focus on mental health and society, drugs and alcohol in society, women and health, sociology of emotions, and more.

Sociology - Standard

Standard

BA

Study human societies including the institutions, organizations, and groups that compose them; and the way individuals and groups relate to one another.

Spanish - General

General

BA

Focus on a comprehansive language, literature, and culture track to provide the background for entrance into graduate programs in Spanish and for a single-subject teaching credential.

Spanish

Language and Culture

BA

Strong emphasis on the history and analysis of the literatures of Spain, Latin America, and the Spanish-speaking United States, as well as on literary genre and theory. Designed for further study of literature in Spanish at the graduate level, or of literary theory or comparative literature.

Spanish

Literature

BA

Interdisciplinary emphasis on cultural, political, and social elements of Spanish and Spanish-America, and U.S. Latino Life.

Spanish

Spanish for Professions

BA

Focus on practical applications of the language based on fieldwork experience and apprenticeship. This track is designed to integrate with professional majors.

Visual and Performing Arts

Arts and Technology

BA

Designed for students who wish to work with digital arts, multimedia, video, and/or web design. This interdisciplinary track emphasizes various digital media including music, video and the visual arts.

Visual and Performing Arts

Music

BA

Provides course offerings in theory, composition, music technology, performance and survey courses of diverse musical cultures. Music track students are encouraged to explore their own creativity and musical voice.

Visual and Performing Arts

Theatre Arts

BA

Provides courses in acting, theatre production, and research to performance. Survey courses include European, Latin American and American Theatre, with a strong focus on African American and Latino Theatre.

Visual and Performing Arts

Visual Arts

BA

Designed for students who work creatively and innovatively in drawing, painting, and sculpture, as well as with digital media. It allows the student great flexibility in choosing among the program's offerings in both studio and critical/theoretical work.

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