Undergraduate Degrees


Undergraduate Degrees

The B.A. in Anthropology is now offered fully-online and requires 30 credits of anthropology and linguistic courses. Anthropology is the study of people, both ancient and modern. Anthropology includes four key areas of study: biological, archaeological, cultural and linguistic. Anthropology uses a holistic approach to integrate findings from the social sciences, natural sciences, and humanities.

The B.A. in Arts degree develops skills in a variety of media, combining visual and applied arts. Students explore diverse courses such as design, film, painting, web production, printmaking, photo, data visualization and illustration. The final year synthesizes these diverse skills, and students tailor their projects to fit their interests.

The B.A. in Communication Studies is offered fully online. The knowledge and skills students may acquire in communication studies are important to functioning effectively in one's personal life, at work, and as a citizen of the larger society in a rapidly changing world. 

The fully online Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Communicative Sciences and Disorders (CSD) is now available through the School of Speech, Language, Hearing, and Occupational Sciences. This online option provides the flexibility of online courses with the high-quality standards of our established on-campus B.A. CSD degree programming.

The B.A. in Integrated Digital Media track will enable students to maximize their creative potential through the study and artistic application of emerging digital technologies. It will focus on interactive media, the web and internet, gaming and a variety of digital design applications. Harnessing the power of a globally connected internet, this program is designed to help students take advantage of unprecedented learning opportunities and engage with the world in a powerful new way.

The Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) 2+2 Program allows students to complete the final two years of their social work degree online and start making a difference in their communities sooner.