Computer Science, B.S.

The Computer Science degree program managed by the School of Engineering prepares graduates to enter the high-tech work force or pursue graduate studies in computer science, computer engineering, software engineering or related disciplines. This program provides a strong foundation in hardware and software, with specialization opportunities in Digital Media (Game Design), Robotics, Mathematics and Sciences.

Construction Science and Management, B.A.S

Construction graduates gain knowledge valued by all facets of the construction industry: structural systems, soils, site development, surveying, contract administration, building modeling, estimating, scheduling, and evaluating project performance. Students graduating with the B.A.S. in Construction Science and Management possess the skills and knowledge to compete in a regional, national, and international job market.

Digital Media Studies, B.S.

The Digital Media Studies degree plan is designed for students who desire to learn how to design and utilize digital media technologies to suit the needs of contemporary audiences and employers. We have two concentrations that you can focus in: Multimedia Production (graphic design, animation, video, digital imaging) or Video Game Design.

English. B.A.

The Department of English and Languages offers programs of study leading to the Bachelor of Arts in English, the BA in English with 8-12 Language Arts Certification, and the BA in English with an emphasis in technical writing. A teacher certification option is available in the program to teach at the secondary level.

Geographic Information Systems, B.A.A.S.

The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a 120 credit hour program that teaches students how to think geographically, how to use geographic computer software programs (such as ArcGIS), and how to create maps and databases to solve contemporary world issues such as global climate change and resource management.

Geoscience, B.S.

The Bachelor of Science degree in Geoscience is 120 credit hours and consists of six concentrations including Geology, Environmental Science, Petroleum Geology, Science Teacher Certification (Grades 8-12), Hydrogeology, and Earth Science. A teacher certification option is available in the program to teach at the secondary level.

History, B.A.

The Bachelor of Arts degree in History is designed to expand and enrich a student’s knowledge of history, to encourage critical thinking about the world, and to develop research, writing, and analytical abilities in United States, European and World History. A teacher certification option is available in the program to teach at the secondary level.