Office of Vice President for Academic Affairs & Provost
Through its departments the College of Arts and Sciences offers programs of study leading to the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees, the Bachelor of Social Work degree and the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree; provides preprofessional preparation for a variety of special fields; provides many of the subject fields approved for the degree program in secondary education offered by the College of Education and Human Sciences; offers the senior ROTC program; and supplies most of the coursework common to the basic undergraduate program and to the general education components in all university bachelor’s degree programs.
Through its departments the College of Business offers the Bachelor of Business Administration degree with six majors: accounting, computer information systems, economics, finance, professional management, and professional marketing. Within several of the majors, students are able to select an option that allows them to concentrate in a particular area of the major. The Department of Computer Science and Information Systems also offers the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree. The College of Business also offers a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree with several concentrations available.
The College of Education and Human Sciences offers undergraduate teacher education programs in Elementary Education, Secondary Education, and P-12 Education. Non-teacher education majors and minors are offered in the Departments of HES and HPER. In addition, the College of Education and Human Sciences oversees the Kilby Laboratory School (child development center, kindergarten through sixth grade), the Education Research and Inservice Center (ERIC), and the Human Performance Laboratory.
The College of Nursing and Allied Health (CONAH) offers the baccalaureate of science in nursing (BSN) and the master of science in nursing (MSN) degrees. The CONAH is structured into two departments: the Traditional Nursing Department (TD) which consists of the on-campus (BSN) option and the accelerated (BSN) alternative, and the Online Nursing Department (OD) which consists of the RN-BSN option designed specifically for registered nurses seeking the BSN degree, RN-MSN alternative which allows a RN to substitute nine graduate hours for nine hours of undergraduate credit, and the MSN which offers two options for registered nurses; Teaching-Learning Environments and Leadership in Organization Environments.