Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Science
The Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Science (BABS) is designed to give students the necessary groundwork for entry-level employment in social services or social work, currently one of the fastest-growing fields in the Midwest. It also provides a solid foundation for students wishing to pursue graduate work in psychology or sociology.
Bachelor of Arts in History
The Bachelor of Arts in History is designed to meet the guidelines of the American Historical Association. Because historical study provides a firm foundation in the critical thinking and communication skills necessary to navigate our complex contemporary world, our majors are highly prepared to succeed in the widest variety of professions, whether medicine or management, teaching or policymaking, consulting or law, or the further study of history.
Bachelor of Arts in Social Work
The BASW Program educates students to become professionals in social work. The BASW curriculum provides a professional social work foundation that is transferable to different settings, population groups and problem areas. Students select a curriculum focused in clinical, organizational, community, international and social justice issues with a strong emphasis on service and learning in the community with excellence in scholarship.
Bachelor of Liberal Studies
Working towards the Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLS) degree will expose you to many fields. Primary and secondary fields of study may include Business and Organizational Leadership, Math Statistics, Behavioral Sciences, Humanities, or Natural Science. In addition to the core courses, you are able to concentrate studies in areas that especially interest you. The BLS is versatile in other ways as well. For example, you may begin in this curriculum as a freshman or enter later by transferring previously earned credits.
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
The Bachelor of Science in Psychology is designed to meet all ten learning goals listed by the American Psychological Association (APA) for undergraduate psychology majors. Psychology majors achieve a balance among basic psychological principles, research methods and theories, and their application to applied areas such as early child education, behavioral science and development, counseling, and developmental disabilities.