The Master of Science degree in Biology focuses on the preparation of a research thesis. Graduates who earn the Master of Science degree should possess an academic background adequate to enable them to proceed into advanced academic (doctoral) or professional (e.g., medical, dental, or other health-related programs) programs, or to enter the work force in an array of biological contexts (e.g., government agencies, environmental consulting, teaching, biological products development and marketing).
The undergraduate Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree in Accounting is designed to provide students with technical accounting, communication and leadership skills. The undergraduate degree alone is particularly valuable to students who wish to pursue career opportunities outside of the field of accounting, yet desire the skills that are developed through the accounting program.
Anthropology is a unique discipline, both in terms of its approach to understanding human behavior and in terms of its methodology. Our discipline offers a perspective that allows examination and understanding of our history across all geographical regions and through time, as well as the use of this information to address contemporary problems by the applied practitioners of our discipline.