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Undergraduate Degrees

Undergraduate Degree Programs

Our undergraduate degrees are flexible 120-hour programs – students can complete the program 100% online or in a hybrid format.

Bachelor of Arts in Administrative Leadership

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The Administrative Leadership degree helps you develop the communication, strategic planning, analytical, project, and team management skills that are essential for professionals seeking a competitive advantage in the workplace.

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Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies

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In the tradition of a classic liberal arts education, this degree program connects students to the great ideas and discoveries of past and current scholarship across multiple academic disciplines. Graduates will be better equipped to understand and analyze the complex issues and challenges of the 21st century.

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Bachelor of Arts in Lifespan Care Administration

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The Lifespan Care Administration degree introduces you to the theoretical, ethical, and legal issues related to caregiving and improves the essential knowledge and skills of current care facility staff and administrators.

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Bachelor of Arts in World Cultural Studies

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As the world gets smaller, the study and understanding of diverse cultures becomes more important. The World Cultural Studies degree program emphasizes cultural issues from a global perspective that promotes and enhances the professionalism of individuals involved in global endeavors.

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Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

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The Criminal Justice degree program provides a foundational understanding of the justice system that helps build leadership and conflict resolution abilities while integrating current, real-world criminal justice issues.

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