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School of Arts and Sciences

Degrees and Majors

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The School of Arts and Sciences offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate degree programs as well as associate degrees and certificate programs through its four departments: Criminal Justice and Intelligence Studies, Education,
Humanities and Human Sciences
and Natural Sciences and Engineering Technology.

Undergraduate

Certificate program

Intelligence and National Security 

Credential programs

Digital Electronics Technology
Electrical Power Technology

Associate's degrees

Civil Engineering Technology
Early Childhood Education
Electrical Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology

Bachelor's degrees

Behavioral Sciences
Biological Sciences
Civil Engineering Technology
Criminal Justice (traditional, fully online and B.S./M.S. five-year program options)
Education
     Special education dual certification option available in all of the following:
        •  Pre-Kindergarten through 4th grade
        •  4th grade through 8th grade (English, math, science, and social studies concentrations)
        •  Secondary Education - Grades 7-12 (biological sciences, citizenship, English, mathematics and social studies)
     Instructional Studies
     Post-baccalaureate programs:
        •  Elementary education leading to PA certification in Pre-K through Grade 4 or Grades 4-8   
        •  Secondary education leading to PA certification in biological sciences, citizenship, English, mathematics or social studies
Electrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering Technology

English
English/Creative Writing
Forensic Science
Funeral Service (B.S. traditional, B.S. capstone and B.A. capstone)
Global Cultural Studies
History
Intelligence and National Security (traditional and post-baccalaureate)
Interdisciplinary Designed Major
Legal Studies 
Liberal Studies (traditional and capstone programs with professional concentration options in applied arts, international studies, information technology and public administration)
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Political Science
Premedical and Preprofessional Studies
Psychology

Graduate

Certificate program

School Principal K-12 (hybrid/fully online options)

Master's degrees

Adult Learning and Training
Clinical-Community Psychology

Criminal Justice Administration
Curriculum and Instruction with concentrations in teaching and leadership (fully online option) and PA supervisor of K-12 curriculum and instruction (fully online option)
Educational Administration (hybrid/fully online options)
Engineering Management
Environmental Studies
Intelligence and Global Security (fully online option)
Secondary Education (Leading to PA certification in biological sciences, citizenship, English, mathematics or social studies)
Special Education (Leading to PA certification in Pre-K through 8th grade or 7th through 12th grades with hybrid/fully online options)

Doctoral degrees

Ed.D. in Leadership and Administration
Interdisciplinary: Ph.D. in Community Engagement