Apr 15, 2024  
2022-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
2022-2024 Undergraduate Catalog

Degree Programs

The College offers programs of study leading to the degrees of bachelor of arts; bachelor of science; master of arts in history, global education, biblical studies, theology, and theological studies; master of arts in teaching (mathematics); master of business administration, and master of science in business analytics; master of education in higher education, literacy, school counseling, school leadership, special education with dyslexia credential, global edition and TESOL, and urban teaching. Advanced degree programs are described in the Graduate Catalog.

The bachelor of arts degree is offered with major programs of study in American studies, art history, biology, biology/optometry, biology/secondary education, Black studies, Catholic studies, chemistry, chemistry/secondary education, communication, creative writing, economics (including business economics and quantitative economics), elementary/special education, English, English/secondary education, French, French/secondary education, global studies, history, history/secondary education, humanities, Italian, Italian/secondary education, mathematics, mathematics/secondary education, music, music education, music technology and production, philosophy, physics/secondary education, political science, psychology, public and community service studies, social science, social work, sociology, Spanish, Spanish/secondary education, studio art, theatre, theology, and women’s and gender studies.

The bachelor of science degree is offered with major programs of study in accountancy, biochemistry, biology, biology/optometry, biology/secondary education, chemistry, computer science, environmental biology, finance, health policy management, health sciences, management, marketing, neuroscience, nursing, physics, and pre-engineering (3/2 combined program).

Minors are offered in accountancy, anthropology, art history, Asian and Asian American Studies, Black studies, business and innovation, catholic humanities, classics, communication, computer science, dance, data science, economics, evolutionary biology and ecology, film/video, finance, French, German, history, humanities, Italian, Latin American and Latina/o studies, marketing, mathematics, music, music technology and production, philosophy, physics, political science, public and community service studies, sociology, Spanish, studio art, theatre, theology, women’s and gender studies, and writing.

Certificate programs are offered in labor-management relations, neuroscience, and public administration. Interdisciplinary and non-departmental courses are offered to enhance the educational experience and allow for a variety of interests and initiatives. Information on general degree requirements is recorded in the section on Academic Policies .