Anthropology is global in its perspective, comparatively studying humankind in all places and throughout time. You’ll develop an understanding of culture and how it unites human social, political, biological, and historical experiences.
Learn about connections between public issues and personal welfare, and how understanding these connections sheds light on our own social problems. We’ll examine the interrelationship between individuals and their social structures and groups.
This a diverse field that encompasses the study of mind, brain, human and animal behavior, and social interactions. We engage in experimentation and case studies of both normal and abnormal populations, and apply the results in a variety of fields.
Our program provides an excellent foundation for the next generation of teachers. You will graduate with deep subject matter knowledge, intensive experiences in a range of school sites, and credentials to educate students in both special and general education contexts.
Train to become a professional academic clinician committed to providing quality health care. Our 5-year program includes studies in the basic sciences and liberal arts plus specific course work and clinical practice in direct patient care at affiliated hospitals.
We emphasize leadership and decision making by blending liberal arts and intensive course work in nursing to prepare you for the intellectual and technical challenges of the profession. By graduation, you’ll be ready to take the NCLEX-RN exams and work in a variety of health care settings.
In biology, we explore the science of life: the principles that govern life processes, molecular to ecosystem levels of organization, and the impact of biological issues on our lives. You’ll be taught respect for life, the environment, and the place of humans in the biosphere.