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Online Undergraduate Programs

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Liberal Arts

The Liberal Arts Online Degree Completion Program offers students the opportunity to choose 2 concentrations to earn a liberal arts degree. Students gain a broad-based understanding of human activities, institutions, and societies and develop their ability to think and write critically in the classical tradition of the liberal arts. Students are prepared for a wide variety of careers in human services, the professions, teaching, and the corporate world.

Choose 2 concentrations:

  • English Literature and Criticism 
  • History
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Sociology
  • Women's and Gender Studies

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Political Science

The Bachelor of Political Science Online Degree Completion Program provides students with the opportunity to develop an understanding of political institutions and processes in a global community. Students graduating in this program emerge as leaders in federal, state, and local governments and pursue careers in law, business, international associations, and non-profit organizations.

 

Business Administration

Get your BS in General Business Administration and gain the fundamental management skills necessary for career advancement.

 

Nursing RN-to-BS

The College of Nursing offers registered nurses an online baccalaureate program that is individually planned for each student. Customized planning continues as students are supported and guided as they progress through the program by faculty and student mentors.

 

Women’s and Gender Studies

This program allows students to complete their Bachelor of Arts degree through the Women's & Gender Studies Program. Along with core classes, students concentrate in four areas of study: Gender Studies; Politics, Justice and Policy; Cross-Cultural Inquiry; and Arts and Letters.

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