Our programs feature small classes led by faculty with real-world experience, along with the opportunity to take some courses online. All students earning a bachelor's degree complete the Core Curriculum, which seeks to develop knowledge across a wide range of disciplines, placing special emphasis on the ability to integrate and see connections among subject areas.


A degree in accounting provides a strong foundation in financial, tax and cost accounting concepts, and prepares students for careers in public accounting, management accounting, government accounting and internal auditing.

Administration of Justice

The B.A. in administration of justice prepares men and women to become leaders and outstanding practitioners in careers related to the justice system, and for advanced educational opportunities such as law school or other graduate school.

Assistant Applied Behavior Analysis

The post-baccalaureate certificate in assistant applied behavior analysis can be used wherever people are interested in behavior change: consumer marketing, rehabilitation clinics, schools, prisons and athletic coaching.

Business Administration

The B.S. in business administration includes a broad range of accounting, finance, information systems management and management courses that prepare students for a variety of opportunities in business.

Business and Management Technology

The undergraduate certificate in business and management technology is designed to address many of the skills gaps in today's economy, including software certification, project management and business communication skills.

Health Care Administration and Management

Providing an interdisciplinary approach to health care, the B.S. in health care administration and management is designed to prepare students for employment as entry-level leaders and managers of health care facilities.

Leadership Studies

The interdisciplinary program in leadership studies provides a unique and marketable set of skills that may be used in a variety of settings, including for-profit and nonprofit, and public and private sectors in the contemporary global environment.

Liberal Studies

The program in liberal studies is designed for students returning to college with existing course credit from other institutions. The flexibility of the program allows students to use their previously earned credits to create a unique program of study.


The bachelor's degree in nursing is designed for licensed registered nurses who graduated from an accredited program awarding an associate degree or a diploma in nursing and have an active license as a registered nurse.