Academics

Bachelors Degree - Majors Available:

For detailed information, click on each major and follow the link.

Baccalaureate Degrees

 

Minors Available to Bachelors Degree Students:

For detailed information, click on each minor and follow the link.

For requirements must be satisfied for approval of the minor, click here.

Academic Minors & the Departments Which Offer Them:

  • Sociology/Anthropology Department
  • Mathematics Department
  • Visual Communication Department
  • Aviation Department
  • Aviation Department
  • Biology Department
  • Business Management Department
  • Chemistry Department
  • Computer Systems Department
  • Computer Systems Department
  • History, Economics, Politics Department
  • English/Humanities Department
  • History, Politics, and Geography Department
  • History, Politics, and Geography Department
  • Modern Languages Department
  • Modern Languages Department
  • Business Management Department
  • Computer Systems Department
  • History, Politics, and Geography Department
  • Computer Systems Department
  • Business Management Department
  • Urban Horticulture and Design Department
  • Physics Department
  • History, Politics, and Geography Department
  • Sociology/Anthropology Department
  • Business Management Department
  • Computer Systems Department
  • Sociology/Anthropology Department

 

Associates Degrees - Programs Available:

For detailed information, click on each program and follow the link.

Associate Degrees

 

Certificate Programs

Application Procedures:
Admission to certificate programs is based upon proof of graduation from an accredited four-year high school or successful completion of a General Equivalency Diploma or its equivalent. Certain certificate programs may also have specific prerequisite course requirements. Contact the Admissions Office for further information.

For detailed information of each certificate program, click here.

Certificate Programs

  • Accounting
  • Advanced Programming*
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Computer Systems Technology
  • Health Studies
  • International Business*
  • Management
  • Manufacturing Methods-Numerical Control
  • Marketing
  • Ornamental Horticulture
  • Sciences for the Health Professions

* local certificate

Each non-local certificate program is approved by the State Education Department and is a comprehensive sequence of courses in a specialized field. For prerequisites and college-level courses in the recommended sequence of study, refer to the certificate program outline under the sponsoring curriculum department.

 

For additional information on academic matters, consult the "College Resources" section.