The curriculum challenges students to develop the critical thinking skills necessary to become self-directed learners. Classes are structured to create a dynamic learning experience. The nature of the curriculum requires an increased effort from the students as they progress through their degree program, and academic freedom challenges the students to become independent members of a global society.
Students are required to take a total of 15 Universal Foundation credits:
Core Courses must be taken prior to the completion of 60 credits.
Students are required to take a total of 27 Upper Level credits.
Arts/Humanities (12 credits required/2 disciplines)
Business Education (3 credits required)
Social and Behavioral Sciences (6 credits required)
Math (MA)/Science (3 credits required)
*Incoming students will take an English Placement test to determine placement in English composition courses.