Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate Student

Undergraduate Student

Administration – Public Administration (BPA)

The Bachelor of Public Administration (BPA) degree is of special interest to the working professional in the public and nonprofit sectors, and those individuals who want to pursue a career in the public and nonprofit sectors. The purpose of the Bachelor of Public Administration degree is to provide the student with an understanding of theory and practice essential for good governance.

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 Health Services Administration

The Bachelor of Science in Administration with specialization in 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.

Administration (BS) Specialization in Human Resources Administration

The 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 Organizational Leadership

The 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.

Emergency Management (BS)

The Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management is designed for current emergency management professionals, individuals interested in promotion in a related-field, or those interested in entering the field. Graduates will integrate knowledge and applied skills in the areas of disaster mitigation, preparation, response, and recovery. This program fully available both in class and online.

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.

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 Technology (BS) Portfolio Option

The BSIT degree prepares you for an exciting future and empowers you with the technical, business process management, and leadership skills necessary to compete and excel in today's age of innovation. The program is designed to provide students with both the theoretical knowledge and technical skills required to properly analyze, design, implement, and support information technology (IT) solutions in a variety of business settings. Students may pursue the BSIT Portfolio program fully online and at selected sites across the state of Florida.

Information Technology (BS) Specialization in Info Systems Admin

This specialization is for students wishing to focus on the professional administrative coupled with the technical skills needed to develop highly skilled IT decision makers. In addition, students will be able to understand and apply the theories and strategies related to the areas of planning, organizing, managing, and validating information systems.

Liberal Studies (BLS) Specialization in Literature & Humanities

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.

Liberal Studies (BLS) Specialization in Psychology

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.

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.

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.

Public Administration (BPA)

The Bachelor of Public Administration (BPA) degree is of special interest to the working professional in the public and nonprofit sectors, and those individuals who want to pursue a career in the public and nonprofit sectors. The purpose of the Bachelor of Public Administration degree is to provide the student with an understanding of theory and practice essential for good governance.