Communicative Sciences and Disorders: Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts
This program prepares students for graduate study in speech-language pathology and audiology, or for work in related fields such as special education and health and human services. The curriculum includes the study of normal and disordered speech, language, hearing and cognitive and swallowing processes. Speech-language pathologists assess, treat and help prevent communication disorders related to stuttering; voice articulation; child language; and neurogenic disorders associated with stroke, dementia or traumatic brain injury.
Criminal Justice: Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts
The undergraduate program in criminal justice is designed to provide students with a broad understanding of crime and society’s control mechanisms, as well as to prepare them for professional careers in criminal justice and related agencies.
Health Sciences: Bachelor of Science
The undergraduate program in health sciences is designed for students with interest in human health leading to graduate study or career advancement. This degree is designed to provide the students with a solid educational background in basic and health-related sciences, while providing the foundation courses required for admission to graduate level clinical programs in health professions including but not limited to medicine, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant, and occupational therapy. The flexibility of this program allows students to prepare for multiple careers in health sciences. Students in this major who choose the Health Sciences track are required to have an overall GPA of 2.5 or better upon graduation. Students who select the Pre-Clinical track must maintain a minimum overall GPA of 3.0 to stay in this track.
Health Services Administration: Bachelor of Science
The undergraduate program in health services administration emphasizes the development of skills in health care, business, computer technology, science and communication. It provides students with the background to enter leadership positions in the industry.
Legal Studies: Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts
The undergraduate program in legal studies includes a variety of law-related subject matter and addresses a range of issues, including the principles of justice and law. The program also addresses the structure, operation and administration of legal institutions and provides instruction in legal reasoning, research and writing of a variety of legal documents.
Nonprofit Management: Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts
The undergraduate program in nonprofit management is designed to prepare future nonprofit leaders who are competent in volunteer management, board development, fundraising, legal and ethical decision making, and general nonprofit management. Upon graduation, students will be eligible to apply for the Certified Nonprofit Professional credential. New Program beginning in Fall 2017
Public Administration: Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts
The undergraduate program in public administration emphasizes the development of management and analytical skills necessary for employment as a public administrator. It is particularly oriented toward the problems of local government, including issues of growth management and the environment.
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