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Study Abroad
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University Honors Program
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Majors
Accounting
Actuarial Science
African American Studies
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Ancient Civilization
Anthropology
Applied Physics
Art
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Microbiology
Music
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Nuclear Medicine Technology
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Nursing (RN-BSN program for currently licensed nurses)
Open Major
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Portuguese
Psychology
Radiation Sciences
Religious Studies
Russian
Science Education
Social Work
Sociology
Spanish
Speech & Hearing Science
Sport Studies
Statistics
Theatre Arts

Certificate Programs
A certificate program can supplement and enrich your major.
Aging Studies
American Indian & Native Studies
American Sign Language & Deaf Studies
Critical Cultural Competence
Disability Studies
Entrepreneurial Management
Fundraising and Philanthropy Communication
Global Health Studies
Human Rights
International Business
Latin American Studies
Leadership Studies
Medieval Studies
Museum Studies
Nonprofit Management
Performing Arts Entrepreneurship
Public Health
Risk Management & Insurance
Sustainability
Technological Entrepreneurship
Wind Energy
Writing

Preprofessional Programs
The university offers preparatory course work and advising for
undergraduate students who intend to pursue these
professional degrees.
Dentistry (pre)
Law (pre)
Medicine (pre)
Pharmacy (pre)
Physical Therapy (pre)
Physician Assistant (pre)

External Degree Programs
For students with 60 semester hours of transferable credit,
these degrees can be completed without coming to campus.
Bachelor of Applied Studies (BAS) (external degree program for transfer students only)
Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLS) (external degree program for transfer students only)
Bachelor of Business Administration (Management)

Preparatory Course Work
The university also provides preparatory course work--but not
degrees--in Chiropratic, Mortuary Science, Optometry,
Occupational Therapy, Podiatric Medicine, and Veterinary Medicine.
Chiropractic (pre)
Mortuary Science (pre)
Occupational Therapy
Optometry (pre)
Podiatric Medicine (pre)
Veterinary Medicine (pre)

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