• Business

    The School of Business offers the Associate of Science in Business Administration (ASBA) and the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA).

    These degrees are supported by a core of coursework that provides a comprehensive body of knowledge of business fundamentals. Students majoring in business administration must elect an area of specialization. Coursework in these specialization areas helps prepare students for careers in these specific areas of business administration.

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  • Biology

    The Bachelor of Science in Biology (BSBIO) curriculum challenges students to explore those areas of biological science that are of interest to them; to develop scientific approaches to tasks and problems, to prepare for success in technical careers, professional health sciences, veterinary sciences or graduate school.

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  • Computer Science

    The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) program focuses on the design, development, and maintenance of software systems. Students study the fundamental concepts of Computer Science, including programming languages, algorithms, data structures, operating systems, software engineering, and advanced techniques. Topics also include graphics, database systems, computer architecture, and computer networks, and information systems security.

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  • Criminal Justice

    The Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice (BACJ) incorporates a world view into the program. The program explores both domestic and international perspectives on politics, cultures, justice systems, and crime challenges. The program encourages students to explore the philosophy and history of the system to develop an understanding of its strengths, weaknesses, and continual evolution.

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  • Education

    The School of Education offers a major leading to the Bachelor of Science in Education(BSED) in one of three teaching fields: Social Studies, Physical Education, Biology Education, or Health Education. These are comprehensive degree programs; offering certification in education for Health and Physical Education (Pre - Adult) and in Secondary Social Studies (5 - Adult)

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  • Information Technology

    The Associate of Science and Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (ASIT and BSIT) provide a foundation for students to successfully apply information technology (IT) theory and principles to address real-world opportunities and challenges

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  • Nursing

    Nursing is committed to lifelong learning, which is an underlying principle of the career advancement pathway (CAP) concept. This fundamental belief is that all levels of nursing are significant and contribute to the delivery of health care in a multitude of meaningful activities. All levels of nursing have common basic principles on which knowledge and experiences can be built.

    Nursing education proceeds from the simple to the complex. Over the course of their careers, nurses may advance from a certificate in practical nursing to a terminal degree - the Career Advancement Pathway.

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