Jul 13, 2024  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Baccalaureate Degree Programs


Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Christian Studies* (emphases in Christian Studies, Missions and Church Planting, Theology, Philosphy, and Biblical Languages)
Communication Studies*
Computer and Information Sciences
English* (emphases in English and Writing)
English Education
Graphic Design
Humanities and Fine Arts**
Music and Worship Leadership
Music Education (emphases in Choral and Instrumental)
Music Therapy
Performance (emphases in Vocal and Instrumental)
Student Ministry

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

Financial Management
Business Administration* (emphases in Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, Management, and Marketing)

 Bachelor of Science (BS)

Applied Mathematics (part of cooperative program with Clemson University, USC and The Citadel)
Biology* (emphases in General, Medical Laboratory Science, Preprofessional or Wildlife)
Biology Education
Child Development
Computer Science*
Criminal Justice*
Early Childhood Education
Elementary Education
Healthcare Administration
Hospitality and Tourism Management
Human Resources Management
Kinesiology* (emphases in Clinical, Pre-Athletic Training, and Strength and Conditioning)
Mathematics Education
Middle Grades Education
Natural Science**
Organizational Management
Physical Education
Political Science*
Project Management
Public Health*
Social and Human Sciences**
Social Studies Education
Sociology* (emphases in Sociology and Human Services)

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

                                  Bachelor of Science in Nursing
                                 Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Graduates are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). 

Bachelor of Technology (BT)

The Bachelor of Technology degree provides a liberal arts education and a core of professionally related cognate courses for persons holding an associate degree in an approved technical field. Approved cognate areas include Computer Science and Medical Laboratory Technology.

A MINOR field of concentration ranges from a minimum of 18 credit hours to a maximum of 21 credit hours. Most degrees and major programs require a minor. Those that do not require a minor are so noted in this catalog. Minors are offered in the fields noted above with an asterisk (*) and are also offered in the following areas:

Aerospace Studies (AFROTC), Applied Computing: Cybersecurity Track, Applied Computing: Computer Programming Track, Applied Computing: Information Systems Track, Applied Computing: Web Development Track, Applied Physics, Arabic, Art, Christian Leadership, Christian Theology, Christian Worldview and Apologetics, Family Communication, French, Journalism, Military Science, Music, Public Relations, Sports Communication, Theatre, and Women’s Ministry

Symbols Key:

* Indicates a minor is offered in this area.

** Indicates an interdisciplinary program which requires specific major and minor combinations. Minors offered within this program may only be used in combination
with the specific majors offered in this program. See the section on Interdisciplinary Majors in this catalog.

Recognition of Credit Earned which Satisfies Requirements in both (1) the Major and (2) the Minor or Second Major*

  1. Credit hours earned for any class are only counted once in the cumulative hours used for graduation, and are counted once on the student’s transcript.
  2. Credit hours earned for a class required in one’s major that also meet the requirements in one’s minor or second major may be recognized in both areas subject to:

During degree checks or degree audits, credit hours which meet the requirements in more than one area (including Liberal Arts Core) will only be counted once toward the 125(+) hours needed for graduation.

Exception: The School of Business will apply the above policy except as follows:

Undergraduate students with a major in Business Administration and a minor (or second major) in Economics may not use the same upper level courses (300/400) to satisfy requirements in both areas.

* Interdisciplinary programs have different rules regarding the application of major, minor and liberal arts core credit. Refer to the Interdisciplinary Programs section of this catalog for details.