Arts and Humanities
The arts and humanities examine what it means to be human across time and place. They connect us to our past, help us understand the present, and allow us to envision the future of human experience. In the arts and humanities – from the visual and performing arts to history, literature, languages, communication, ethnic studies, and philosophy – students acquire skills that are essential for a successful and meaningful life: to think critically, communicate effectively, work collaboratively, and express themselves creatively. The study of the arts and humanities fosters a deeper intercultural understanding that prepares students to become future leaders equipped to meet the challenges of their communities and beyond.
- American Studies
- Corporate Communication
- Health Humanities
- Integrative Arts
- Multidisciplinary Studies
- Race and Ethnic Studies
Scientists and engineers have different goals. Scientists seek to describe and understand the natural world. Engineers consider various criteria and constraints in order to design solutions to problems, needs and wants that better the lives of humans, animals and/or the environment.
Information technology is the study or use of systems (especially computers and telecommunications) for storing, retrieving, and sending information.
- Cybersecurity Analytics and Operations
- Computer Science
- Information Technology
The social sciences explain how society works. Social scientists examine institutions like the government, the economy, and family; they also study how individuals and groups interact with one another and what drives human behavior.
- Criminal Justice (B.A., B.S.)
- Elementary and Early Childhood Education
- Project and Supply Chain Management
- Psychological and Social Sciences (B.A., B.S.)
- Recreation, Park and Tourism Management
- Rehabilitation and Human Services