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Degrees Offered

Associate's Degree:
Bachelor's Degree:
Master's Degree:
Professional Degree:
Doctoral Degree:

Faculty and Class Size

% of Classes by Size
2-9 Students:
10-19 Students:
20-29 Students:
30-39 Students:
40-49 Students:
50-99 Students:
100 or More Students:

Freshman Retention / Graduation Rates

% of Students that Returned
after Freshman Year:
% of Students who Graduated in:
4 Years: 84%
5 Years: 91%
6 Years: 92%

Special Study Options

Accelerated program
Distance Learning
Double major
Dual enrollment
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Honors Program
Independent study
  Air Force
Student-designed major
Study Abroad
Teacher Certification
Weekend College

Most Popular Degrees

Major Category

% of Bachelor's Degrees

1.  Social sciences23%
2.  Business, management, marketing, and related support services12%
3.  Multi/interdisciplinary studies10%
4.  Psychology9%
5.  History8%
6.  English language and literature/letters7%
7.  Biological and biomedical sciences6%
8.  Visual and performing arts5%
9.  Physical sciences4%
10.  Foreign languages, literatures, and linguistics4%

Required Courses

Arts/Fine Arts
Computer Literacy
English (Including Composition)
Foreign Languages
Sciences (Biological or Physical)
Social Science

Student Services

Remedial Services
Counseling Services
Employment Services
for Current Students

College Credit

Dual Credit
Credit for Life Experiences
Advanced Placement


Major Category/Major

Area, ethnic, cultural, and gender studies
American/United States Studies/Civilization YesYes Yes
Area Studies, Other Yes   

Biological and biomedical sciences
Biology/Biological Sciences, General YesYes  
Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography  Yes Yes

Business, management, marketing, and related support services
Accounting  Yes  
Business Administration and Management, General YesYes  

Computer and information sciences and support services
Computer and Information Sciences, General YesYes Yes

Counselor Education/School Counseling and Guidance Services  Yes Yes
Curriculum and Instruction  Yes  
Educational Administration and Supervision, Other    Yes
Educational Leadership and Administration, General  Yes  

English language and literature/letters
English Language and Literature, General Yes   

Foreign languages, literatures, and linguistics
Classics/Classical Languages, Lit & Linguistics, General Yes   
French Language and Literature Yes   
German Language and Literature Yes   
Spanish Language and Literature Yes   

History, General YesYes Yes

Legal professions and studies
Law (LLB, JD)   Yes 
Legal Professions and Studies, Other  Yes  

Mathematics and statistics
Mathematics, General Yes   

Multi/interdisciplinary studies
Biological and Physical Sciences  Yes Yes
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other Yes   

Major Category/Major

Parks, recreation, leisure, and fitness studies
Health and Physical Education, General Yes   

Philosophy and religious studies
Philosophy Yes   
Religion/Religious Studies Yes   

Physical sciences
Chemistry, General YesYes  
Geology/Earth Science, General Yes   
Physics, General YesYes Yes

Clinical Psychology    Yes
Educational Psychology  Yes  
Psychology, General YesYes  

Public administration and social service professions
Public Policy Analysis YesYes  

Social sciences
Anthropology YesYes Yes
Economics, General Yes   
International Relations and Affairs Yes   
Political Science and Government, General Yes   
Sociology Yes   

Visual and performing arts
Art/Art Studies, General Yes   
Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General Yes   
Music, General Yes   

Source: National Center for Education Statistics, IPEDS database. Survey files used include Institutional Characteristics, Enrollments and Student Financial Aid; Survey years include 2007-2008, 2008-2009, and 2009-2010. The information on this page is believed to be accurate for the 2009 school year, though College Toolkit does not guarantee such accuracy.