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RN to BSN completion
The completion program in nursing recognizes the prior nursing knowledge and experience of licensed registered nurses (RNs) through advanced placement into the nursing curriculum.
Major in Healthcare Administration
The BSBA in Healthcare Administration focuses on the business component of healthcare.
Major in Healthcare Management
Prepares students for a variety of administrative opportunities in the healthcare industry being ideal for part-time students or those who cannot travel to the Southeast campus to take courses.
Major in Computer Information Systems
The goal of this program is the education of software developers - the people who create the software tools and systems that are used by others.
Completion option in Technology Management
The completion program in technology management recognizes previous technical knowledge by allowing qualified students to gain advanced placement into the technology management curriculum.
Major in Criminal Justice
The Criminal Justice major currently requires a total of 45 hours consisting of 30 hours of core courses and 15 hours in academic track courses.
Major in Psychology
Provides a general background in basic processes (learning and memory), cognitive processes, social psychology, developmental psychology, clinical/personality psychology, and statistics and research design.
Major in Business Administration
Prepares students for a variety of professional opportunities through a flexible method of delivery, and it holds the AACSB accreditation. The Healthcare Administration option focuses on the business component of healthcare.
Choose 2-4 Areas of Emphasis
For the major in Interdisciplinary Studies, students develop an individual study plan tailored to their career and professional goals.
Choose 1 Major and 1 Minor Concentration Area
This major allows you to focus your coursework in the disciplines of Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Economics, History, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology.
Major in General Studies
The major itself is largely comprised of electives of choice, in addition to the general graduation requirements necessary for all students.