Courses numbered 100-199 are intended primarily for freshmen; 200-299 are intended primarily for sophomores; and courses numbered 300 and above are intended primarily for juniors and seniors. Freshmen may enroll in courses numbered 300 and above only with permission of the Provost/Dean of the College. Three letter codes following course categories designate headings on class schedules and other publications. Courses are normally offered only in the semester indicated at the end of each course listing. The College reserves the right to withdraw any course for which there is insufficient enrollment.
Curricula and courses are organized as follows:
Bachelor of Arts Majors*
American Studies; Art; Communication and Media Studies; Economics; English or English with Creative Writing Emphasis; European Studies; History; International Business and Culture; Language and International Studies; Mathematics; Philosophy; Political Science; Psychology; Religion; Security Studies; Sociology, Sociology with Social and Criminal Justice Emphasis, or Sociology with Sustainable Community Development Emphasis; Spanish or Professional Spanish (corollary major); Sports Administration; Theatre and Film
Bachelor of Science Majors*
Accounting; Biochemistry; Biology; Biomedical Sciences; Business Administration; Chemistry or Chemistry ACS Certified; Elementary Education or Education (corollary major); Environmental Science; Exercise Science; Finance; Healthcare Administration; Health Science; Management; Marketing; Mathematics; Physics
Accounting; Art; Asian Studies; Behavioral Neuroscience; Biology; Business Administration; Chemistry; Child Development; Christian Leadership; Classics; Communication and Media Studies; Computer Science; Data Analysis; Economics; English or English with Creative Writing Emphasis; Exercise Science; French; Healthcare Administration; History; Mathematics; Medieval and Renaissance Studies; Music; Philosophy; Physics; Political Science; Professional Media; Psychology; Public Health; Religion; Security Studies; Social and Criminal Justice; Sociology; Spanish; Sustainable Community Development; Theatre and Film; Women’s Studies
Dual Degree Programs
Engineering Arts (B.S.); Nursing Arts (B.S.); BA/BTh Religion
Law; Medicine; Dentistry; Ministry; Pharmacy; Physical Therapy; Physician Assistant; Veterinary Medicine
Reserve Officer Training Program (ROTC)
Air Force ROTC; Army ROTC
*Students completing more than one major will receive the degree associated with their first major. Only one degree is awarded unless certain criteria are met. See Completion of Second Degree in the Academic Programs section for additional information.