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Majors & Minors
We are now proud to offer a Master of Education program. This program will make you a better teacher by deepening your understanding of teaching and learning. In as few as five semesters (34 semester hours), you’ll become a more productive, creative, and reflective educational leader.
Our graduate program is closer, less expensive and geared more toward your interests than other programs.Check it out
We have all the tools you need to help you succeed and be the best student you can be. Right here at your fingertips.
Our faculty are dedicated researchers who provide our students with rare opportunities for hands-on research experience as undergraduates.
We approach successful outcomes from a liberal arts perspective, empowering you to shape your own future.
Our expert faculty are teachers and mentors who will open your eyes to new perspectives and give you a greater understanding of the world.
Helping you get on the rewarding career path you want.
Choose from majors, minors and programs in the School of Arts and Sciences and the Sigmund Weis School of Business.
Offering individualized assistance in study skills, time management and tutoring in specific subjects.
Intensely curious, active learners will excel in our Honors Program, a challenging, individualized program for academically talented students.
of students employed/in grad school within six months100%
of students study away from campus13:1
Gain invaluable real-world experience as you take an up-close look at the criminal justice system with the help of our Arlin M. Adams Center for Law and Society.
The center helps students land internships and do field research that impacts law enforcement both locally and throughout the country.Learn More