You may pursue a general administration degree or select among five majors to concentrate your MBA within a particular field that interests you. All degree plans consist of 27 credit hours of MBA core courses and 24 credit hours of elective courses.
Anthropology is the study of human culture, biology, and social interaction across time and place. It includes the archaeological investigation of past and present human material culture; ethnographic study of contemporary cultures around the world and in the United States; research into human evolution and the origins of human physical diversity; and analysis concerning the origins, structure, and social use of language. The curriculum emphasizes the practical application of anthropological concepts, theory, and methods. It contributes to student growth in three ways: anthropology is the study of human culture, biology, and social interaction across time and place. It includes the archaeological investigation of past and present human material culture by broadening students’ understanding of the human experience across cultures and time; by providing a comparative perspective from which to develop an appreciation of human diversity and an understanding of different values and ethical beliefs in a complex, international world; and by providing practical learning experiences in a variety of settings.
The Bachelor of Arts major in art history gives the undergraduate student an opportunity to study the visual culture of humankind from prehistoric times to the art of today and to understand the significant role played by visual art in societies worldwide. In addition to visual discernment, students develop research and communication skills including gathering and evaluating information and articulating compelling arguments supported by evidence.