The mission of the Theatre program is to prepare students for a career in the theatrical arts as an actor or director; to prepare students for graduate study in the theatrical arts; to use the theatrical arts as an avocation; or to use related theatrical skills as an adjunct to other professional careers. Theatre courses provide students a philosophical and historical appreciation of dramatic art and literature as an integral part of world culture. The Theatre program is designed to accomplish the following: produce a highly literate, well-read individual who possesses the knowledge of many diverse subject areas; permit the student to obtain a working knowledge of specific theatrical data and skills for subsequent academic or professional career pursuits; and prepare the student for active participation in live performance experiences through the university theatrical productions.



In this program, you will learn how to analyze scientific data and report your findings. You’ll be exposed to different areas of chemistry including general chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, biochemistry, instrumental analysis, and organic chemistry. Our program offers an overview of several of the different areas of chemistry. We also have several courses dedicated to scientific communication, programming, and data analysis to help students learn how to analyze their data and communicate the information effectively.



The mission of the English program is to provide verbal and written communication skills to prepare students for careers in law, communication, education, business and technical writing, or for graduate studies in the humanities or social sciences.



The mission of the Mathematics program is to provide each student a solid foundation in several core branches of mathematics (calculus, analysis, and algebra) and to prepare students to apply quantitative and abstract reasoning skills in advanced degree programs and/or careers requiring expertise in mathematics. Students majoring in Mathematics must take MATH 121 to satisfy the General Education Core (GEC) requirement in mathematics. Students whose mathematical background is insufficient for MATH 121 may take MATH 111 and MATH 119 as general electives. However, these courses cannot be used as part of the major. Students majoring in mathematics are encouraged to choose general elective courses so that a minor in a related field is completed. Students interested in mathematics teacher licensure must complete this program of study and the Secondary Education dual major. Candidates should work with an advisor in mathematics and an advisor from the School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts early and often to ensure enrollment in the required courses. Classroom Management (ED 432) and Applied Methods and Concepts (ED 433) must be taken the semester prior to student teaching.



In this program you’ll learn from a variety of studio and performance areas. We offer instruction in all orchestral instruments, piano, guitar or vocal applied studies. You’ll have the option to choose a second major or minor to fit your interests and career goals. Learn how to connect your passion to a career.

Criminal Justice


The mission of the Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice program is to prepare students for an entry level position in the criminal justice field or for continuing education.



The mission of the Marketing program is to provide students a strong foundation in general business content and a specialized focus in Business to Business (B2B) and Business to Consumer (B2C) marketing content through experiential learning as well as to equip students for meaningful contributions within their business careers.Within the coursework, students will engage in creative thought, critical thinking, and real world case study involvement. Graduates of the marketing program will be highly capable of achieving their professional goals while meeting the needs, wants, and desires of employers, customers, and society.



The mission of the Accounting program is to provide students a strong foundation in general business content and a specialized focus in financial accounting, managerial accounting, tax, and auditing, thus preparing graduates to accept an entry level position in accounting or to attend graduate school.



– Examples of coursework: Abnormal Psychology, Play Therapy, Criminal Psychology, Introduction to Counseling, Applied Behavioral Analysis
– Experience: Full-scale research projects, field experiences, conference presentations, field networking
– 90% job placement rate
– Careers: Forensic Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, Human Resources, Corporate Leadership
– 100% grad school acceptance rate
– Internship opportunities: group homes, hospitals, counseling centers, administrative offices, experimental laboratories, courthouses, health centers, crisis lines


You’ll study the fascinating topics in the field of Psychology while also having the option to concentrate further on a particular area of interest including: clinical, developmental, experimental, and social psychology. This program is recommended for students interested in human resources, counseling, organizational or forensic psychology, career counseling, and research.

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