Undergraduate Programs

Applied Sport & Exercise Sciences Concentration in Coaching Prepares students to examine and apply the knowledge and skills learned in sport, exercise, and recreational settings while working to improve current fitness challenges prevalent throughout society.
Applied Sport & Exercise Sciences Concentration in Fitness Specialist Prepares students to examine and apply the knowledge and skills learned in sport, exercise, and recreational settings while working to improve current fitness challenges prevalent throughout society.
Applied Sport & Exercise Sciences Concentration in Sport, Exercise & Performance Psychology Prepares students to examine and apply the knowledge and skills learned in sport, exercise, and recreational settings while working to improve current fitness challenges prevalent throughout society.
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.
Clinical Biology (BS) Completion Program If 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 Technology 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.
College of Nursing and Health Sciences (Non-Degree) 
Exercise Physiology (BS) Develop the skills and knowledge necessary to develop and implement exercise programs for health promotion, sport performance and rehabilitation.
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 (BS) Online 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.
Histotechnology - Clinical Biology (BS) Histotechnology is a structural science that is concerned with evaluation of tissues, their cellular morphology and their chemical composition.
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.
Nursing (BSN) Accelerated Option The Accelerated Option is designed for students who already have a bachelor’s degree in another discipline and now wish to pursue a bachelor’s degree in nursing (B.S.N.). The Accelerated Option is an intensive, fifteen month program. Upon completion of all pre-nursing and upper division nursing credits the student is awarded a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and is eligible to apply for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN).
Nursing (BSN) Traditional Option The Traditional Option is a four-year program: the first two years allow for completion of all pre-nursing, liberal arts requirements. Upon successful completion of these requirements, the student may then apply for admission to the nursing program and complete upper level nursing courses (years three and four). Students may be admitted to begin the upper level nursing courses in the fall or spring. Upon completion of all pre-nursing and upper division nursing credits the student is awarded a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and is eligible to apply for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN).
Nursing (BSN) Traditional Option / Second Degree The Baccalaureate in Nursing (BSN) program is designed for the current associate degree holder in nursing or bachelor’s degree holder in a non-nursing field who wishes to earn the BSN degree. The BSN in Nursing program lays the foundation for safe, compassionate, and multi-culturally sensitive professional practice by preparing clinically competent nurse generalists. Graduates are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN licensure examination.
Pre-Nursing (BSN) The pre-nursing program provides the first two years of general education, prerequisites, and supporting courses needed for the Traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program option. These two years are to help prepare you for the courses that lead to acquiring the BSN degree.
Pre-Nursing (BSN) Accelerated Option / Second Bachelor's Degree This 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.