Undergraduate Degree Programs
Mountaineers go first. It’s our rallying cry. It’s a challenge. It’s a reminder of the rugged determination that progress demands. And it is the approach we take to the programs we offer. Future-ready programs that prepare you to go forward into the career you choose.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Major: General Business
Gain the versatility you need to enter any segment of the business world by learning how to run a business, including management skills, research skills and the use of financial data.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Major: Hospitality and Tourism Management
Prepare for an exciting career in the service industry, including hotel and restaurant operations, hospitality, tourism, event planning, and more.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Major: Marketing
Features hands-on, real-world activities to give you the skills you need for a successful career as a marketing professional in this constantly evolving industry.
Child Development and Family Studies B.S.
Ideal if you want to enter the field of early childhood education prepared to work with children and families.
Early Childhood Special Education B.S.
Develop the foundation and skills to be a successful early childhood educator who can create an inclusive environment where learners from all backgrounds thrive.
Integrated Marketing Communications B.S.
Earn your degree from a renowned and accredited program that combines the areas of advertising, marketing and public relations to give you the skills to succeed in an exciting and expanding field.
Multidisciplinary Studies Degree B.MDS.
Tailor a degree suited to your unique career needs by combining three minors to design your own degree.
Nursing, R.N. to B.S.N.
Earning your BSN is one of the best things you can do for your nursing career, as there is more opportunity for advancement with this degree and all students pay in-state tuition rates.
Regents Bachelor of Arts R.B.A.
Non-traditional students may complete this this bachelor’s degree at their own pace, and if eligible, acquire college credit for professional, volunteer, and military experiences.