Designed for the returning adult learner, the Liberal Studies major allows students the flexibility to explore a wide range of subjects across disciplines and to apply their academic studies to professional, career, and educational goals. With its interdisciplinary and integrated approach to learning, this program blends liberal arts strengths with the professional knowledge and skills needed for success in the diverse workplace of the 21st century.
This 18 credit certificate will help enhance your written communication skills, and cover a wide array of electives include topics such as writing arguments, sports writing, grant writing, health communication, and public relations.
The undergraduate major in public service is designed to prepare students for a broad range of careers that are focused on the resolution of public problems or the delivery of public services.
This 18 credit certificate provides a solid foundation for those looking to enter the field of public service, to enhance their current roles, or to assume leadership positions. Coursework covers topics including management, fundraising, human resources, and more.
This interdisciplinary major allows students to customize this major to meet their interests and personal or career goals, choosing from a variety of courses with a concentration in three areas, such as anthropology, biological sciences, chemistry, computer science, geology and planetary science, history and philosophy of science, mathematics, neuroscience, physics, psychology, and statistics.
This 18 credit interdisciplinary certificate provides students with the theory and skills they will need to aid in decision-making, from boots-on-the-ground efforts to back-end data analysis.
This program provides students with a rigorous education in the theories of mass media process, history, and ethics as well as the opportunity to specialize in one of three professional practice areas: Corporate and Community Relations, Writing for the Professions, or Digital Media.
This certificate program will allow students to increase their marketability and career options by gaining a foundation in healthcare project management, a skill that can lead to supervisory positions at hospitals, clinics, nonprofit and government agencies, and other medical facilities.
In this undergraduate certificate program students will examine leadership theories, learn practical skills, and explore the challenges involved with leading teams and individuals.
This bachelors program would suit the needs of any student interested in pursuing a career within the United States justice system, as well as those who wish to pursue additional education after their undergraduate careers.