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    Accelerated Master of Public Administration

    Degree Earned: MPA (Master's) School or college: School of Public Affairs Classroom Type: On campus The Accelerated MPA prepares you to manage and lead in government and nonprofit organizations. The one-year program provides opportunities to focus on your interests through classroom assignments, an internship, a capstone course, tailored extracurricular activities and professional networking.

    American Indian Studies Undergraduate Certificate

    Degree Earned: Undergraduate Certificate School or college: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Classroom Type: On campus A certificate in American Indian Studies acknowledges students who have made a significant effort to learn about American Indian cultures. It is designed to appeal to undergraduate students with a background in any major. The certificate is also targeted to non-degree seeking professionals who seek to increase their skill sets.

    Anthropology Minor

    Degree Earned: N/A School or college: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Classroom Type: On campus Completing a minor in anthropology will give you an excellent introduction to the field. You will be exposed to the basic concepts of the field-for example, evolution, adaptation and cultural diversity-and will have an opportunity to take advanced courses with some of our internationally known faculty. The logic of the minor is straightforward: all students must complete a core of...

    Art History Minor

    Degree Earned: Minor School or college: College of Arts & Media Classroom Type: On campus The art history minor familiarizes students with the principal traditions of art history and includes a selection of lecture courses in advanced studies. This program provides a strong introduction to historical developments while developing analytical skills in research, writing and visual culture.

    Astrophysics Minor

    Degree Earned: N/A School or college: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Classroom Type: On campus Astrophysics is an important and well-represented sub discipline in physics. It includes the study of the solar system, galactic and extragalactic astrophysics, as well as cosmology. A minor in this field combines a theoretical approach with observational analysis. There is opportunity to do research in this field as well. The physics department offers minors in physics, biophysics, and astrophysics. However,...

    BA in Philosophy to MH in Humanities, Philosophy and Theory

    Degree Earned: BA MH (Bachelor'sMaster's) School or college: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Classroom Type: On campus The 4+1 accelerated Master’s program in Philosophy is an expedited program of study that allows students to complete a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and a Master’s degree in Humanities in as few as 5 years.

    Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

    Degree Earned: BA (Bachelor's) School or college: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Classroom Type: On campus Offers undergraduates a rich overview of human life and introduces a variety of skills and practical research methods. Students learn to apply these skills in laboratory and field studies focused on the problems and circumstances related to the maintenance of healthy, productive human action in the world today and understanding our past.

    Bachelor of Arts in Communication

    Degree Earned: BA (Bachelor's) School or college: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Classroom Type: On campus Produces culturally sensitive leaders who use a flexible, timely, and in-demand skill set to create effective, engaging, and ethical communication that inspires positive change in workplaces and communities. Communication opens doors in many fields, including advertising, business, international relations, education, public service, government and politics, health care, and public relations.

    Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Online)

    Degree Earned: BA (Bachelor's) School or college: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Classroom Type: Fully Online Develops skills in writing, speaking, interpersonal relationships, critical thinking, analysis, and teamwork, increasing students' ability to communicate clearly and effectively for a variety of communication or business career paths.

    Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science

    Degree Earned: BA (Bachelor's) School or college: College of Engineering, Design and Computing Classroom Type: On campus Allows students to combine a computer science degree with a specialization in other academic disciplines. The CS+ program can be combined with almost any minor and, in some cases, double degrees or double majors with only a few extra courses. The program prepares graduates to apply their computer science expertise to a wide variety of career fields.

    Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice

    Degree Earned: BA (Bachelor's) School or college: School of Public Affairs Classroom Type: Online and on campus classes The BA in Criminal Justice prepares you to advance in a career in criminology or criminal justice. Explore the complex nature of crime, criminal justice organizations, implications of public policies, capital punishment, victimology, race and crime, community corrections, and more.