The Master of Accountancy program is an exclusive blend of advanced classroom technology, student diversity, a world class faculty and the Wichita area metropolitan advantage. The program provides an in depth study of accountancy combined with broad exposure to all aspects of business and management for a career in the public or private sector.
The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Anthropology curriculum spans socio-cultural, archaeological and biological emphases, but also includes complementary courses in medical, linguistic and museum studies in anthropology. The coursework provides students with opportunities to learn about, appreciate and understand the values and perspectives of people from cultural traditions other than their own and also addresses their abilities to interact cross-culturally.
The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in art degree with an art history emphasis provides a thorough grounding in the liberal arts, provides students with the opportunity for real-life experience through partnerships with local arts organizations, and prepares them for their professional pursuits or graduate studies in art history, museum studies, conservation and art criticism. The program emphasizes thematic knowledge of the major concepts structuring art history across chronological and geographical boundaries, a broad understanding of modern and contemporary art, and exposure to both new/emerging media and also non-Western cultures.