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Glenn Hubert Learning Center

The Glenn Hubert Learning Center, located in Garner 113, serves as a primary resource for all undergraduate, graduate, and adult learners at Barry University. The mission of the Glenn Hubert Learning Center is to develop independent, successful learners through the provision of professionally designed and delivered academic services. The Glenn Hubert Learning Center actively seeks to provide professional assistance to all University departments in meeting the academic needs of their students. Emphasis is on provision of strategies to meet the demands of successful college writing, reading, mathematics, critical-thinking, and test-taking. The Glenn Hubert Learning Center offers this intensive instruction through individual and small group work with professional staff, collaborative study groups, and technology-based, independent learning groups using computer-assisted and videotaped materials.

The Glenn Hubert Learning Center provides a variety of scheduled seminars. Supplemental support seminars are offered to support specific courses in the academic disciplines. In addition, special support seminars are provided for students, focusing on developing skills and strategies necessary to academic success.

The Glenn Hubert Learning Center has a Writing Center, Mathematics Laboratory, and a Reading Center, which are open throughout the day and evening where the students work largely on a one-to-one basis with a professional staff. The Writing Center provides writing assistance to the University community and serves the undergraduate population’s needs for writing essays and research papers and assists graduate and postgraduate students with specific writing problems. The Mathematics Laboratory offers a full range of support for students on a one-to-one basis, supporting courses ranging from basic developmental mathematics through calculus, trigonometry, physics, and statistics. The Reading Center provides diagnostic testing, individualized one-to-one tutoring, and computer-based instruction to students who wish to improve their reading comprehension, reading fluency, vocabulary development, and study skills.

The Glenn Hubert Learning Center provides a review course for GKT Mathematics preparation (MA 010). Independent preparation through computer-assisted and instructional modules is available to students.

The Glenn Hubert Learning Center administers and/or directs a wide range of assessment measures. It is responsible for placement testing of incoming students in English, Reading, French, Math, Spanish, Computer Science, and Chemistry as well as providing additional specific evaluations as requested by students or faculty. An English Assessment Test is administered at the request of the individual schools. Diagnostic and achievement tests are administered through the Reading Center.

  • Accounting (BSBA)Program designed for students seeking careers in auditing, corporate accounting, management consulting, governmental and not-for-profit organizations, and taxation. Acquire tools for intelligent analysis, planning, control, and decision making.
  • Acting – Theatre (BFA,BA)The Acting specialization through the Theatre program allows students to excel at the art of acting by gaining the foundation in both contemporary and historical acting styles. With the many theatre opportunities year round, students are able to practice their performance skills on both the Mainstage and laboratory theatre environments.
  • Administration – Public Administration (BPA)The Bachelor of Public Administration is of special interest to the working professional in public and nonprofit organizations, and students who wish to pursue a career in public management. The coursework is designed to provide you with an understanding and working application of the principles essential to the effective management of public agencies, and meets the standards and guidelines provided by NASPAA, the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration.
  • Administration (BS)The Bachelor of Science in Administration is designed to provide you with the administrative and leadership competencies needed by all organizations – whether private, public, or nonprofit – in order to achieve their missions and goals. Courses focus on contemporary organizational theory and practice, with an emphasis on workplace applications.
  • Administration (BS) Specialization in Human Resources AdministrationThe specialization in Human Resources Administration provides students who are employed in the area of human resources development or administration the knowledge recommended by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) in order to prepare for the PHR and SPHR exams. The specialization is earned by completing the approved 21 credits in the curriculum.
  • Administration (BS) Specialization in Legal StudiesThe specialization in Legal Studies provides a broad background in fundamental legal studies to students who desire to become paralegals or legal assistants working under the supervision of a lawyer. You will gain a comprehensive knowledge of the legal systems in state and federal environments. This knowledge will help develop the critical thinking and communication skills necessary to be a legal assistant within the civil and criminal practice areas of a law firm.
  • Administration (BS) Specialization in Organizational LeadershipThe specialization of Organization Leadership takes an interdisciplinary approach, exploring a variety of leadership-related topics and competencies to give you a foundation in leadership theory and practice. Courses explore training and development, diversity in the workplace, negotiation, ethics, decision-making, and psychology.
  • Administration (BS) Specialization in Personal Financial PlanningThe specialization in Personal Financial Planning provides the courses required for the CFP Certification Examination. At the completion of this program, you will possess a foundation in the theory and practice relevant to personal financial planning, and the knowledge and skills associated with success in the CFP profession.
  • Advertising (BA)A Bachelor of Arts in Advertising provides students a comprehensive understanding of the crucial role advertising plays in business. Gain knowledge and expertise in advertising strategy, creative, design, research and media planning. Students develop effective advertising campaigns in preparation for a wide variety of professional opportunities including Account Management, Graphic Design, Media Strategist and more.
  • Advertising (BA) International Advertising
  • Art (BA) Art HistoryReceiving a Bachelor of Arts with a specialization in Art History provides a comprehensive understanding of the artworks, artists and art movements that have shaped Western Visual culture. Students will be able to pursue professional opportunities in art museums, commercial galleries, professional art writing and art consulting after graduation.
  • Art (BFA) Graphic DesignThe Department of Fine Arts offers a specialization in Graphic Design within the Art program. Commencing with a traditional studio art and art history foundation program, this twenty-first century specialization prepares students to pursue design careers in areas such as marketing, publishing, advertising and website development. This program offers studies in typography, corporate identification, layout and production techniques, commercial design, web design and professional standards.
  • Art (BFA, BA)Offering two Art degrees allows students to tailor their degree to what interests them most. Receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts allows students to gain as much experience and skill in art as possible, whereas a Bachelor of Arts is for students with a strong interest in art, but also a desire to minor or double-major in another subject. Students are able to pursue professional opportunities as artists, or pursue advanced degrees in studio art, arts management, art therapy, public art and design fields.
  • Art (BFA, BA) CeramicsSpecializing in Ceramics is an option for students who are studying to earn a B.F.A./B.A. This specialization provides exposure to the various materials and techniques of the ceramic medium. The emphasis is upon the development of creativity, self-expression and technical skills in working with clay.
  • Art (BFA, BA) Painting and/or DrawingSpecializing in Painting and/or Drawing is an option for students who are studying to earn a B.F.A./B.A. This specialization provides extensive exposure to the various 2-dimensional visual arts media. The emphasis is upon the development of creativity, self-expression and technical skills in these media.
  • Athletic Training (BS)Acquire the theory and hands-on clinical experiences needed to become a certified Athletic Trainer and prepare for career opportunities involving the care, prevention, assessment, and rehabilitation of sport-related injuries.
  • Athletic Training (BS) BS to MS
  • Behavioral Sciences – Liberal Studies (BLS) The specialization in Behavioral Sciences focuses on the analysis of human behavior, social organization, culture, and social institutions from different academic traditions that collectively embrace a commitment to theory, basic and applied research, and social action and commentary. These multiple perspectives are designed to facilitate critical thinking and integration toward more creative solutions for human and social skills.
  • Biochemistry - Chemistry (BS)A Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, with a specialization in Biochemistry, provides students with a strong background and preparation in current practices within biochemical processes. This training prepares students for graduate study in biochemistry, pre-professional fields such as pre-medical, pre-dental, and pre-veterinary, as well as for employment in both the pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors, and chemistry teaching.
  • Biology (BS)Preparation for graduate study; medical, dental, veterinary, or podiatric school, among others; research and government careers.
  • Biology (BS) Marine BiologyEarning a Bachelor of Science in Biology, with a specialization in Marine Biology in South Florida provides students with the optimal habitats for the study of marine life and the environment. Student's laboratories for the marine biology major include the Atlantic Ocean, Biscayne Bay, and the Florida Everglades. Gain extensive first-hand experience before graduation to prepare for career opportunities or graduate studies. Students interested in this program also enjoy pursuing a minor in scuba diving.
  • Biology (BS) Pre-DentalA Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, prepares students for acceptance into dental school. Curriculum offers histology and embryology, prerequisites for many dental programs.
  • Biology (BS) Pre-MedicalA Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, is a highly competitive and structured program that prepares students for admission to medical school.
  • Biology (BS) Pre-OptometryA Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, prepares students for admission to Optometry Graduate Programs.
  • Biology (BS) Pre-PharmacyA Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, prepares students for admission to Pharmacy Graduate Programs.
  • Biology (BS) Pre-Physical TherapyPrepare for admission to a Physical Therapy Graduate Program by obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Physical Therapy is a health care profession that fosters optimal health and functional abilities for people with musculoskeletal, respiratory, cardiovascular, or neurologic dysfunctions.
  • Biology (BS) Pre-Physician AssistantPrepare for entrance into a Physician Assistant Graduate Program by obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Physician assistants are board certified and licensed health care professionals who participate in the process of clinical decision making, diagnosis, and therapeutic management.
  • Biology (BS) Pre-PodiatryA Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, prepares students for admission to Podiatric Medical School.
  • Biology (BS) Pre-ProfessionalStudents who want to attend a professional school (medical, dental, pharmaceutical, veterinary) after their undergraduate studies tend to consider a Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track. Although professional schools do not require any particular major for preparation, the Biology program offers electives that focus on subjects that are often prerequisites for acceptance to professional schools.
  • Biology (BS) Pre-VeterinaryA Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, is a highly competitive and structured program that prepares students for admission to veterinary school.
  • Biomedical and Forensics – Photography (BA)The Biomedical and Forensic Photography specialization is for students with a combined interest in photography, biology, and criminal justice. This program includes a very hands-on six-month internship where students work in a medical examiner's office, contributing to cases, preparing evidence, and working as a forensic photographer.
  • Broadcast and Emerging Media (BA)The Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast and Emerging Media opens a world of opportunity in today's complex and interrelated media fields. You will learn skills such as how to report, write, anchor, produce, direct, and edit for traditional media such as radio and television, and also how these skills are applied within social media and the Internet. Career professions include news reporter, program producer, videographer, production assistant, and more.
  • Business (BS)
  • Business (BS) AccountingProgram designed for students seeking careers in auditing, corporate accounting, management consulting, governmental and not-for-profit organizations, and taxation. Acquire tools for intelligent analysis, planning, control, and decision making.
  • Business (BS) FinanceProgram designed for students seeking careers in corporate finance, investments, commercial and investment banking, international finance, government finance, insurance and real estate. Acquire the theoretical background and analytical tools required to make effective, value-creating business decisions.
  • Business (BS) ManagementProgram designed for students seeking corporate and entrepreneurial management skills. Accommodates varied career interests. Select courses in business strategy, conflict management, cross-cultural management, entrepreneurship, human resource management, leadership, negotiation or organizational behavior.
  • Cardiovascular Perfusion (BS)The perfusionist is a skilled practitioner who works closely with the other members of the open-heart team and whose primary role is to completely support the patient's life systems during cardiac surgery.
  • Ceramics – Art (BFA, BA)Specializing in Ceramics is an option for students who are studying to earn a B.F.A./B.A. This specialization provides exposure to the various materials and techniques of the ceramic medium. The emphasis is upon the development of creativity, self-expression and technical skills in working with clay.
  • Chemistry (BS)Offering a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, with the opportunity to specialize in biochemistry and environmental chemistry. The degree prepares student for pre-professional specializations which include pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-pharmacy and pre-veterinary. Students may also pursue a graduate level degree to advance their career in research. The degree can prepare students for industrial/research positions as well as teaching at a high school level.
  • Chemistry (BS) BiochemistryA Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, with a specialization in Biochemistry, provides students with a strong background and preparation in current practices within biochemical processes. This training prepares students for graduate study in biochemistry, pre-professional fields such as pre-medical, pre-dental, and pre-veterinary, as well as for employment in both the pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors, and chemistry teaching.
  • Chemistry (BS) Pre-DentalA Bachelor of Science in Chemistry prepares students for the dental admissions test (DAT) and provides the courses required for acceptance into dental school.
  • Chemistry (BS) Pre-MedicalA Bachelor of Science in Chemistry prepares students for the medical college admissions test (MCAT) and provides the courses required for admission into medical school through a highly competitive and structured program.
  • Chemistry (BS) Pre-PharmacyA Bachelor of Science in Chemistry prepares students for the pharmacy college admissions test (PCAT) and provides the courses required for admission to Pharmacy Programs.
  • Chemistry (BS) Pre-Veterinary
  • Clinical Biology (BS) Completion ProgramIf you have an associate's degree and certification as a medical laboratory technician, histotechnician, nuclear medicine technician, ultrasound technician or respiratory technician, you can advance your career as a health care professional by earning a bachelor's degree in clinical biology.
  • Clinical Biology (BS) Histotechnology Histotechnology is a structural science that is concerned with evaluation of tissues, their cellular morphology and their chemical composition.
  • Clinical Biology (BS) Medical TechnologyPerform laboratory tests used for diagnosis and treatment of disease and maintenance of health. Includes the major disciplines of blood banking, chemistry, hematology, immunology and microbiology.
  • Clinical Biology (BS) Nuclear Medicine TechnologyConduct procedures in which radioactive drugs are used to diagnose medical problems.
  • Clinical Laboratory Science – Clinical Biology (BS)Perform laboratory tests used for diagnosis and treatment of disease and maintenance of health. Includes the major disciplines of blood banking, chemistry, hematology, immunology and microbiology.
  • Communication and Media Studies (BA)A Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies is designed for students seeking a broad understanding of communication discipline. Students will gain knowledge on multiple subjects related to communications, such as advertising, public relations, and journalism. As a result, our graduates will be equipped with the tools and knowledge to enter a variety of professions such as advertising, electronic media, radio, television, and the Internet, public relations, theater and the performing arts, government and politics, business, law, and social services.
  • Computer Information Sciences (BS)A Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Sciences combines the study of computer systems and computer technology. Graduates will be able to understand and implement computer systems on different platforms, and will be prepared to develop innovative applications in areas such as networking and network programming, database systems, database programming and data warehousing, Web and multimedia technologies, computer animation, and security.
  • Computer Science (BS)A Bachelor of Science in Computer Science is designed to provide students with a solid technical foundation in the field of computers, allowing them to select among diverse areas of specialization. Subjects include software engineering, computer networks, databases, computer architecture, systems programming, operating systems, artificial intelligence, computer graphics, and numerical computing.
  • Criminal JusticeThe Bachelor of Science in Criminology focuses on the study of historical and contemporary patterns of crime and victimization, the social etiology of criminality, social responses to crime, and the processes of crime control. Criminologists combine theoretical and empirical methods to study crime and delinquency, including the manner in which offenders are processed. Criminology is a valuable liberal arts major for students planning graduate studies or careers in criminology/criminal justice, sociology, public administration, law, urban planning, business, and more.
  • Criminology (BS)The Bachelor of Science in Criminology focuses on the study of historical and contemporary patterns of crime and victimization, the social etiology of criminality, social responses to crime, and the processes of crime control. Criminologists combine theoretical and empirical methods to study crime and delinquency, including the manner in which offenders are processed. Criminology is a valuable liberal arts major for students planning graduate studies or careers in criminology/criminal justice, sociology, public administration, law, urban planning, business, and more.
  • Dance Theatre – Theatre (BFA,BA)The Dance Theatre specialization through the Theatre program is designed for students with a performance interest in both Theatre and Dance. The electives provide a diverse selection of dance courses to better prepare students interested in a Theatre Dance Production career. Students have opportunity to participate in annual dance concerts, giving them an advantage of applying their skills through onstage performance.
  • Drawing and/or Painting – Art (BFA, BA)Specializing in Painting and/or Drawing is an option for students who are studying to earn a B.F.A./B.A. This specialization provides extensive exposure to the various 2-dimensional visual arts media. The emphasis is upon the development of creativity, self-expression and technical skills in these media.
  • Education (BS with MS Option)Make a difference in the future of education for children in P-12 schools. Become a highly effective early childhood, elementary, or special education teacher. This bachelor's degree includes a content minor (i.e., English, math, science, or social sciences), with Reading and ESOL endorsements.
  • Emergency Management, BSThe Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management will prepare you to assume a leadership role in homeland security, business continuity, hazard mitigation, or international disaster management. You study the strategies and tactics behind mitigation, preparedness, planning, and response and recovery operations for a number of complex incidents, including biological, chemical, radiological, nuclear and terrorist threats, and natural disasters. This program is only available online.
  • Emergency Medical TechnicianBegin your career as an EMT by earning an Emergency Medical Technician Certificate. This program is one of the best, most comprehensive training programs to prepare you for the EMT certification exam. The certificate enhances a career in many pre-hospital care categories, such as emergency rooms, security, ski patrols, harbor supervision and life guarding.
  • English (BA)Prepare for careers or graduate study in a variety of areas. Barry English majors have taken positions in marketing and public relations firms as well as teaching in middle and high schools. Many have gone on to law school, MBA programs, and doctorates in English.
  • English (BA) LiteratureThe Literature track prepares you for a variety of career options through increasing your skills in written communication, critical and creative thinking, research, and analysis. Majors have gone on to careers in teaching, law, and business.
  • English (BA) Professional WritingStudy all forms of writing and prepare for a career in fields such as business, health care, law, desktop publishing, technical writing, editing, public relations, television and media, journalism, and advertising. Internships in the South Florida Metro area add to your educational experience.
  • Exceptional Student Education (BS) ESOL EndorsementThe BS degree program in Exceptional Student Education (ESE) provides a comprehensive background for education professionals who are interested in working and addressing the needs of children and youth with varying exceptionalities. This is a State Approved program that includes the English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) competencies, and which enables candidates to graduate with an ESOL endorsement in addition to their certification in ESE (grades K-12).
  • Exercise Physiology (BS)Develop the skills and knowledge necessary to develop and implement exercise programs for health promotion, sport performance and rehabilitation.
  • Exercise Physiology (BS) BS to MS
  • Finance (BSBA)Program designed for students seeking careers in corporate finance, investments, commercial and investment banking, international finance, government finance, insurance and real estate. Acquire the theoretical background and analytical tools required to make effective, value-creating business decisions.
  • Forensic Psychology Specialization – Psychology (BS)Unique preparation for bachelor-level positions in law enforcement, correctional settings, or forensic psychiatric facilities. This specialization adds focused coursework in forensic psychology and psycholegal topics, as well as courses in criminology. The Bachelor of Science in Psychology strengthens graduate applications in forensic and clinical psychology, law, and/or criminal justice.
  • Forensics and Biomedical – Photography (BA)The Biomedical and Forensic Photography specialization is for students with a combined interest in photography, biology, and criminal justice. This program includes a very hands-on six-month internship where students work in a medical examiner's office, contributing to cases, preparing evidence, and working as a forensic photographer.
  • General Studies (BA)
  • Graphic Design – Art (BFA)The Department of Fine Arts offers a specialization in Graphic Design within the Art program. Commencing with a traditional studio art and art history foundation program, this twenty-first century specialization prepares students to pursue design careers in areas such as marketing, publishing, advertising and website development. This program offers studies in typography, corporate identification, layout and production techniques, commercial design, web design and professional standards.
  • Health Services Administration (BS)The Bachelor of Science is Health Services Administration gives you a broad view of today’s health care industry, including business practices and management skills. The degree program prepares you for entry and middle management positions in such areas as hospitals, medical or dental clinics, group medical practices, managed care organizations, long-term care facilities, insurance companies, home health agencies, and governmental health agencies.
  • Health Services Administration Post-Baccalaureate CertificateThe Health Services Administration Post-Baccalaureate Certificate program provides a broad view of today’s health care system. This program is designed for students seeking management positions in areas such as hospitals, medical or dental clinics, group medical practices, managed care organizations, long-term care facilities, insurance companies, home health agencies, and government agencies.
  • History (BA)Provides the knowledge of a context in which to place, understand and better interpret local and world events while developing skills in research, critical thinking, analysis, synthesis and writing.
  • History of Art – Art (BA)Receiving a Bachelor of Arts with a specialization in Art History provides a comprehensive understanding of the artworks, artists and art movements that have shaped Western Visual culture. Students will be able to pursue professional opportunities in art museums, commercial galleries, professional art writing and art consulting after graduation.
  • Histotechnology - Clinical Biology (BS)Histotechnology is a structural science that is concerned with evaluation of tissues, their cellular morphology and their chemical composition.
  • Human Resource Administration Post-Baccalaureate CertificateThe Human Resource Administration Post-Baccalaureate Certificate program addresses the essential HR body of knowledge recommended by the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) in order to prepare for the PHR and SPHR certification exams.
  • Humanities – Liberal Studies (BLS) The specialization in Literature & Humanities offers an interdisciplinary approach to the aesthetic production of Western and non-Western literature and the arts as well as the study of past and contemporary history of ideas and the human experience. This approach includes philosophy, literature, theatre, and the fine arts.
  • Information System Administration Specialization– Information Technology (BS)A Bachelor of Science in Information Technology teaches you the technical skills required to properly analyze, design, implement, and support information technology (IT) solutions in a variety of business settings. You may seek potential career opportunities as an IT professional, information security analyst, systems administrator, technical support specialist, database administrator, and other positions related to the IT field.
  • Information Technology (BS)A Bachelor of Science in Information Technology teaches you the technical skills required to properly analyze, design, implement, and support information technology (IT) solutions in a variety of business settings. You may seek potential career opportunities as an IT professional, information security analyst, systems administrator, technical support specialist, database administrator, and other positions related to the IT field.
  • Information Technology Post-Baccalaureate CertificateThe Information Technology Post-Baccalaureate Certificate program provides the basic theoretical knowledge and technical skills required by today’s IT professionals to provide tech solutions to organizations. Courses cover topics including operating systems, telecommunications, computer networks, web design and publishing, and databases.
  • International Business (BSBA)Program designed for students seeking to interact with diverse cultures and effectively engage in the global business market. Barry's ideal location, near the international business centers of Miami and Ft. Lauderdale, opens unique educational opportunities, enhanced by the program's travel-abroad options.
  • International Studies (BA)Prepares students for careers in international relations, global politics, cultural affairs, or any number of professional pursuits dealing with business, law and economics.
  • Legal Studies Post-Baccalaureate CertificateThe Legal Studies Post-Baccalaureate Certificate program includes eight legal courses that you can complete in less than one year. The program is designed to prepare you for paralegal positions in areas of law practice. A bachelor’s degree in any field is required for this program.
  • Liberal Studies (BLS) Specialization in Behavioral SciencesThe specialization in Behavioral Sciences focuses on the analysis of human behavior, social organization, culture, and social institutions from different academic traditions that collectively embrace a commitment to theory, basic and applied research, and social action and commentary. These multiple perspectives are designed to facilitate critical thinking and integration toward more creative solutions for human and social skills.
  • Liberal Studies (BLS) Specialization in Literature & HumanitiesThe specialization in Literature & Humanities offers an interdisciplinary approach to the aesthetic production of Western and non-Western literature and the arts as well as the study of past and contemporary history of ideas and the human experience. This approach includes philosophy, literature, theatre, and the fine arts.
  • Liberal Studies (BLS) Specialization in PsychologyThe specialization in Psychology supports the success of those students already employed as mental health paraprofessionals and/or prepares those students who anticipate employment in these areas. The specialization also provides the necessary prerequisites for graduate education in psychology or to support graduate training in related fields such as social work, law, counseling, education or organizational behavior.
  • Liberal Studies (BLS) Specialization in Social WelfareThe specialization in Social Welfare is designed to help you develop effective critical thinking and communication skills within cultural, social, and ethical issues and diversity, as they pertain to our understanding of human behavior, social organizations, social institutions, and social inequalities. The program provides the foundation to prepare you for employment in social and human service settings such as education, social services, nonprofit organizations, government, and more.
  • Literature & Humanities – Liberal Studies (BLS) The specialization in Literature & Humanities offers an interdisciplinary approach to the aesthetic production of Western and non-Western literature and the arts as well as the study of past and contemporary history of ideas and the human experience. This approach includes philosophy, literature, theatre, and the fine arts.
  • Management (BSBA)Program designed for students seeking corporate and entrepreneurial management skills. Accommodates varied career interests. Select courses in business strategy, conflict management, cross-cultural management, entrepreneurship, human resource management, leadership, negotiation or organizational behavior.
  • Marine Biology – Biology (BS) Marine BiologyEarning a Bachelor of Science in Biology, with a specialization in Marine Biology in South Florida provides students with the optimal habitats for the study of marine life and the environment. Student's laboratories for the marine biology major include the Atlantic Ocean, Biscayne Bay, and the Florida Everglades. Gain extensive first-hand experience before graduation to prepare for career opportunities or graduate studies. Students interested in this program also enjoy pursuing a minor in scuba diving.
  • Marine Biology (BS)Earning a Bachelor of Science in Biology, with a specialization in Marine Biology in South Florida provides students with the optimal habitats for the study of marine life and the environment. Student's laboratories for the marine biology major include the Atlantic Ocean, Biscayne Bay, and the Florida Everglades. Gain extensive first-hand experience before graduation to prepare for career opportunities or graduate studies. Students interested in this program also enjoy pursuing a minor in scuba diving.
  • Marketing (BSBA)Program designed for students seeking careers in marketing, sales, consumer research, among others. Focus on the activities required to identify consumer preference and learn how to design and implement effective communication and distribution strategies.
  • Mathematical Sciences (BS)A Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences is for students who desire to gain a strong foundation in mathematics, including algebra, analysis, probability, statistics, numerical analysis and topology. This degree prepares you for professional opportunities in many industries including education, business, finance, manufacturing, communications, and engineering. The program offers three specializations: General Mathematics, Statistics-Actuarial Science, and Computational Mathematics.
  • Mathematical Sciences (BS) Actuarial Science
  • Mathematical Sciences (BS) Computational Mathematics
  • Medical Technology-Clinical Biology (BS)Perform laboratory tests used for diagnosis and treatment of disease and maintenance of health. Includes the major disciplines of blood banking, chemistry, hematology, immunology and microbiology.
  • Music (BM) Music Education
  • Music (BM/BA)
  • Music (BM/BA) Instrumental Performance
  • Music (BM/BA) Vocal Performance
  • Network & Systems Post-Baccalaureate CertificateThe Network & Systems Post-Baccalaureate Certificate prepares students to know the principal features of Windows, as well as the knowledge to install, upgrade and configure Windows. This certificate also provides students with the necessary foundation to further prepare for certification programs such as CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, Microsoft MCSA/MCSE, Cisco CCNA, and CompTIA Linux+. Students must have a bachelor's degree in order to qualify for this program.
  • Network and Systems Engineering Specialization– Information Technology (BS)A Bachelor of Science in Information Technology teaches you the technical skills required to properly analyze, design, implement, and support information technology (IT) solutions in a variety of business settings. You may seek potential career opportunities as an IT professional, information security analyst, systems administrator, technical support specialist, database administrator, and other positions related to the IT field.
  • Nuclear Medicine-Clinical Biology (BS)Conduct procedures in which radioactive drugs are used to diagnose medical problems.
  • Nursing (BS)The baccalaureate in nursing (basic degree option and the RN to BSN option) lays a foundation for safe, compassionate, and multiculturally sensitive professional practice by preparing clinically competent professional registered nurses.
  • Nursing (BS) LPN to BSN OptionYou must be a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) to apply for admission to this option which allows you, if you meet the qualifications, to test out of some nursing coursework. Students can enroll on a full-time or part-time basis.
  • Nursing (BS) RN to BSN OptionIf you graduated from a state-approved diploma or associate degree programs in nursing, you can apply for admission to this option. Classes are held in the afternoon and evening to accommodate the work schedules of registered nurses.
  • Nursing (BS) RN w/UG degree out of fieldThis unique program is designed for Registered Nurses (RN) who have a BS/BA in a field other than nursing. Coursework is identical to the RN to BSN option, but students may be exempted from some prerequisites.
  • Nursing (BS) Second Bachelor's DegreeThis accelerated program is designed for students having a bachelor's degree (or higher) in a field other than nursing. Some of your previous coursework may apply to prerequisite course requirements.
  • Painting and/or Drawing – Art (BFA, BA)Specializing in Painting and/or Drawing is an option for students who are studying to earn a B.F.A./B.A. This specialization provides extensive exposure to the various 2-dimensional visual arts media. The emphasis is upon the development of creativity, self-expression and technical skills in these media.
  • Philosophy (BA)A Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy strengthens students' ability to analyze, evaluate and interpret events and situations that happen throughout the world. Students will learn how to read critically, apply logic, write well, think strategically, and critically examine your own beliefs and judgment. Students are also able to plan for graduate work in law, social work, education and more; or pursue a professional career in a variety of fields including government, journalism, advertising, writing, and business.
  • Photography (BA) Biomedical and ForensicThe Biomedical and Forensic Photography specialization is for students with a combined interest in photography, biology, and criminal justice. This program includes a very hands-on six-month internship where students work in a medical examiner's office, contributing to cases, preparing evidence, and working as a forensic photographer.
  • Photography (BFA, BA)A Bachelor's Degree in Photography allows students to immerse themselves in the discipline of photography. This program offers the tradition of film and the dark room, as well as the latest advances in digital photography. Students also have the choice to take other art courses in order to add a more diversified education in other mediums.
  • Political Science (BS)Promotes an understanding of our American political landscape and government, an appreciation of our international community, a capacity for intelligent evaluations of public policy, and a sensitive awareness of opposing points of view in the political conflicts of our time.
  • Pre-Dental – Biology (BS)A Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, prepares students for acceptance into dental school. Curriculum offers histology and embryology, prerequisites for many dental programs.
  • Pre-Dental - Chemistry (BS)A Bachelor of Science in Chemistry prepares students for the dental admissions test (DAT) and provides the courses required for acceptance into dental school.
  • Pre-engineering (2-year, non-degree program)The Pre-Engineering Program offers students the opportunity to complete the first two years of curriculum needed in order to transfer to an accredited School of Engineering. This program has an excellent record for placing pre-engineering students into highly competitive engineering schools such as John Hopkins, Stanford and many others.
  • Pre-law (BA)Develops strong analytical and writing skills combined with solid concentrations in business, history, political science, and philosophy to provide students with a broad preparation to do well in law school.
  • Pre-Medical – Biology (BS)A Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, is a highly competitive and structured program that prepares students for admission to medical school.
  • Pre-Medical - Chemistry (BS)A Bachelor of Science in Chemistry prepares students for the medical college admissions test (MCAT) and provides the courses required for admission into medical school through a highly competitive and structured program.
  • Pre-Optometry – Biology (BS)A Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, prepares students for admission to Optometry Graduate Programs.
  • Pre-Pharmacy – Biology (BS)A Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, prepares students for admission to Pharmacy Graduate Programs.
  • Pre-Pharmacy - Chemistry (BS)A Bachelor of Science in Chemistry prepares students for the pharmacy college admissions test (PCAT) and provides the courses required for admission to Pharmacy Programs.
  • Pre-Physical Therapy – Biology (BS)Prepare for admission to a Physical Therapy Graduate Program by obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Physical Therapy is a health care profession that fosters optimal health and functional abilities for people with musculoskeletal, respiratory, cardiovascular, or neurologic dysfunctions.
  • Pre-Physician Assistant – Biology (BS)Prepare for entrance into a Physician Assistant Graduate Program by obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Physician assistants are board certified and licensed health care professionals who participate in the process of clinical decision making, diagnosis, and therapeutic management.
  • Pre-Podiatry – Biology (BS) A Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, prepares students for admission to Podiatric Medical School.
  • Pre-professional – Biology (BS)Students who want to attend a professional school (medical, dental, pharmaceutical, veterinary) after their undergraduate studies tend to consider a Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track. Although professional schools do not require any particular major for preparation, the Biology program offers electives that focus on subjects that are often prerequisites for acceptance to professional schools.
  • Pre-Veterinary - Biology (BS)A Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, is a highly competitive and structured program that prepares students for admission to veterinary school.
  • Pre-Veterinary - Chemistry (BS)
  • Psychology – Liberal Studies (BLS)The specialization in Psychology supports the success of those students already employed as mental health paraprofessionals and/or prepares those students who anticipate employment in these areas. The specialization also provides the necessary prerequisites for graduate education in psychology or to support graduate training in related fields such as social work, law, counseling, education or organizational behavior.
  • Psychology (BS)Prepare for many bachelor-level careers valuing strong skills in writing, problem-solving, critical thinking, and social relations. Alternatively, plan for graduate work in psychology, education, social work, law, business, and more. Major combines core psychology courses and electives from various psychology sub-specialties.
  • Psychology (BS) Specialization in Forensic PsychologyUnique preparation for bachelor-level positions in law enforcement, correctional settings, or forensic psychiatric facilities. This specialization adds focused coursework in forensic psychology and psycholegal topics, as well as courses in criminology. The Bachelor of Science in Psychology strengthens graduate applications in forensic and clinical psychology, law, and/or criminal justice.
  • Psychology (BS) Specialization in Industrial/OrganizationalUnique preparation for bachelor-level positions in human resources or graduate school in industrial/organizational psychology or human resources management. This specialization adds focused coursework in business management to the full Bachelor of Science in Psychology.
  • Public Administration (BPA)The Bachelor of Public Administration is of special interest to the working professional in public and nonprofit organizations, and students who wish to pursue a career in public management. The coursework is designed to provide you with an understanding and working application of the principles essential to the effective management of public agencies, and meets the standards and guidelines provided by NASPAA, the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration.
  • Public Administration Post-Baccalaureate CertificateThe Public Administration Post-Baccalaureate Certificate program provides you with an understanding and real-world applications of the principles essential to the effective management of public agencies. The program consists of seven courses and is designed for students with a bachelor’s degree in a field other than public administration.
  • Public Relations (BA)A Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations provides students with comprehensive courses in research, strategic planning, campaign execution, creativity, photography, media writing, marketing and computer technology. Prior to graduation, students are required to produce a public relations campaign for an actual client in South Florida. This allows them to leave the program with a portfolio ready for viewing in the job market. Pursue a career in media relations, government affairs, marketing communication, event coordination, strategic planning and more.
  • Social Welfare – Liberal Studies (BLS)The specialization in Social Welfare is designed to help you develop effective critical thinking and communication skills within cultural, social, and ethical issues and diversity, as they pertain to our understanding of human behavior, social organizations, social institutions, and social inequalities. The program provides the foundation to prepare you for employment in social and human service settings such as education, social services, nonprofit organizations, government, and more.
  • Social Work (BSW)The Bachelor in Social Work Program is designed to provide students with the opportunity to utilize what they learn in the classroom setting and apply it to generalist social work practice in diverse settings, such as community mental health centers, hospitals, schools, or child welfare agencies. The program provides a seamless transition to the Master's in Social Work Program as well as prepare students for entry level employment in social and human service settings.
  • Sociology (BS)The Bachelor of Science in Sociology focuses on the study of the interactive dynamics of social institutions, organizations, and everyday life. Sociologists combine humanistic and scientific perspectives to study urban and rural life, family patterns, social change, health care and illness, crime, social class, technology and communications, social movements, and many other social issues. Sociology is a valuable liberal arts major for students planning graduate studies or careers in family relations, social psychology, public administration, counseling, social work, law, and more.
  • Software Engineering Post-Baccalaureate CertificateThe Software Engineering Post-Baccalaureate Certificate program is designed for students focusing on web programming and software development. You will develop the skills to research and develop web and computer-based applications, evaluate business strategies and recommend software solutions, and evaluate management techniques for software projects.
  • Software Engineering Specialization– Information Technology (BS)A Bachelor of Science in Information Technology teaches you the technical skills required to properly analyze, design, implement, and support information technology (IT) solutions in a variety of business settings. You may seek potential career opportunities as an IT professional, information security analyst, systems administrator, technical support specialist, database administrator, and other positions related to the IT field.
  • Spanish (BA)
  • Spanish (BA) Language & LiteratureGain language skills as well as a deeper understanding of the Hispanic culture and literature. This major prepares you to teach and broadens your opportunities in areas such as international business and industry, social welfare, law, allied health professions, and communications.
  • Spanish (BA) Translation & Interpretation Acquire knowledge of the theories, methods, and practices of translation and interpretation, preparing you for careers as a translator or interpreter in diplomatic service or in other fields. Also excellent preparation for graduate studies.
  • Sport Management (BS)Basic understandings in sport and exercise; foundational knowledge in management, marketing, finance, and human resource skills to prepare for sport-related careers
  • Sport Management (BS) BS to MS
  • Sport Management (BS) Diving IndustryUnique education involving SCUBA certification and aquatic operations with unlimited global careers
  • Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology (BS)
  • Theatre (BA) Technical TheatreGain hands-on theatre production experience with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre, with a specialization in Technical Theatre. Students combine both technical courses and theatre design courses in order to understand the intricate nature of preparing for a performance. Students will also play an integral role in the University's theatrical productions year round, gaining experience that will help them land a job upon graduation.
  • Theatre (BFA, BA)The mission of the Theatre program is to give interested students the opportunity to study the practical, historical, and theoretical elements of live theatre. Coursework is balanced between classes in theatre history, workshop-style classes in acting and directing, and hands-on classes in stagecraft and lighting. Students can also choose a specialization, which includes acting, dance, technical theatre, or theatre publicity.
  • Theatre (BFA, BA) ActingThe Acting specialization through the Theatre program allows students to excel at the art of acting by gaining the foundation in both contemporary and historical acting styles. With the many theatre opportunities year round, students are able to practice their performance skills on both the Mainstage and laboratory theatre environments.
  • Theatre (BFA, BA) Dance TheatreThe Dance Theatre specialization through the Theatre program is designed for students with a performance interest in both Theatre and Dance. The electives provide a diverse selection of dance courses to better prepare students interested in a Theatre Dance Production career. Students have opportunity to participate in annual dance concerts, giving them an advantage of applying their skills through onstage performance.
  • Theology (BA)A Bachelor of Arts in Theology offers student the ability to combine their career goals with their faith. Acquire a foundation in Christian thought and practice, and gain an understanding of how the religious system influenced the world. Many graduates of this degree end up working for not-for-profits, social services, churches, hospitals, and other spiritual centers.
  • UndecidedStudents that are not certain about which academic path to take can consider claiming undecided until the end of their sophomore year. Students are able to sample different areas through the many introductory courses offered in order to determine what degree is right for them. Some introductory courses include Theatre, Computers, Physics, Psychology, Sociology, Criminology, Business, Education and more.

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