The Bachelor's Degree
The undergraduate curriculum enables the student to pursue an academically valid general education and an in-depth study in a major academic field. The highly flexible program preserves the elements of a common intellectual experience appropriate to a liberal arts university while at the same time affording the adult student freedom and choice in designing an educational experience which helps to develop knowledge, skills and abilities.
The program of study leading to a Bachelor’s degree consists of 120 credits distributed among courses in the University Core Curriculum, Major Requirements, and Free Electives. The 120 credits must include at least 38 courses of three credits or more. (See Academic Policy on Bachelor’s
The Bachelor of Arts degree can be earned in Criminal Justice, Psychology, and Religion.
The Bachelor of Science degree can be earned in Information Technology. The Bachelor of Social Work can also be earned.
Curriculum requirements for the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of Social Work are explained on the following pages.