Academic Degree Programs

Degree Program. A program of study with a concentration or (major) in some specified discipline that leads to a degree in that discipline specialty, or in some designated subdivision of the specialty at a particular level of instruction.

All four year degree programs at the University require a minimum of 124 semester hours and a maximum of 128 semester hours, excluding deficiency courses and remedial work for the bachelor?s degree. Semester hour requirements beyond 128 must be approved by the Board of Governors.

Students who complete one or more of the courses of study offered by the University will be awarded the degree indicated.

School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
College of Arts and Sciences
School of Business and Economics
School of Education
College of Engineering
Interdisciplinary
School of Nursing
School of Technology

School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences

Program Title (Concentrations)

Agricultural and Environmental Systems (Agribusiness and Food Industry Management)
Agricultural Education (Agricultural Professional Service)
Agricultural Education (Secondary Education)
Animal Science
Animal Science (Animal Industry)
Child Development and Family Studies (Child Development and Family Relations)
Child Development and Family Studies (Child Development Early Education and Family Studies – B-K Licensure)
Family and Consumer Sciences (Consumer Sciences)
Family and Consumer Sciences (Fashion Merchandising and Design)
Food and Nutritional Sciences (Dietetics)
Food and Nutritional Sciences (Food Science)
Food and Nutritional Sciences (Pre-Medicine Nutrition)
Laboratory Animal Science

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College of Arts and Sciences

Program Title (Concentrations) 

Biology (General Biology)
Chemistry (Biomedical Sciences)
Criminal Justice
English
English (African American Literature)
English (Technical Writing)
History
Journalism and Mass Communication (Public Relations)
Liberal Studies (Cultural Change and Social Development)
Liberal Studies (Women’s Studies)
Liberal Studies (Pre-Law)
Liberal Studies (Individualized Studies)
Liberal Studies (International Studies)
Liberal Studies (African American Studies)
Mathematics (Applied Mathematics)
Mathematics (Pure Mathematics)
Music (General – Electronics)
Studio Practice Design
Speech (Communication Studies)
Speech (Language Pathology and Audiology)
Performing Arts (Voice)
Physics
Political Sciences
Professional Theatre (Theatre Technology)
Psychology
Sociology
Social Work

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School of Business and Economics

Program Title (Concentrations) 

Accounting
Business Education – Information Technology
Economics
Finance
Management
Management (International Management)
Management (Management Information Systems)
Management (Entrepreneurship)
Marketing
Marketing (Sales)
Supply Chain Management

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School of Education

Program Title (Concentrations) 

Elementary Education
Sport Science and Fitness Management

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College of Engineering

Program Title (Concentrations)

Architectural Engineering
Bioengineering
Biological Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Electrical Engineering
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

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School of Nursing

Program Title (Concentrations)
Nursing
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School of Technology

Program Title (Concentrations)

Applied Engineering Technology
Construction Management
Electronics Technology
Environmental Health and Safety
Geomatics
Graphic Communication Systems
Motorsports Technology

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