The Harold Walter Siebens School of Business offers seven majors and three minors, one of the largest varieties of business programs in the region. Classes are taught by faculty with working-world experience and academic expertise.
Do you ever dream of directing a play you wrote? Want to see people stop in mid-step when they see your artwork or nod along to music you composed and recorded yourself? At the School of Communication & Arts, experiences like these are part of the curriculum.
Few things are more rewarding to a teacher than seeing the look of triumph on the face of a student when he or she understands a concept. Not only will you experience this feeling first-hand from within the School of Education & Exercise Science, but you will learn how to create a spark of your own.
The School of Science provides advantages and facilities you would expect from a larger school, combined with the freedom to utilize these opportunities without waiting your turn with hundreds of other students. All labs are used for teaching and student work.
In the School of Social Science, Philosophy & Religion, you'll gain an understanding of the past, a dialogue with the present and skills to address the future. You'll develop a broadly-applicable skill set and specialized knowledge as you seek an understanding of contemporary social issues and potential solutions to the world's challenges.