New Programs

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Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management

The program is being designed for students interested in an entry‐level management position in three general hospitality related areas: Management of Hotels and Lodges, Management of Restaurant and bars, and Management of events, meetings, and conventions. The program will provide students with a solid business focused knowledge base upon which they can launch their leadership role in the hospitality industry. The program is designed for students that have completed an Associate Degree in a hospitality related program at another college.


Bachelor of Science in Marketing

This program will help students learn how to market goods and services in both nonprofit and for-profit environments with application of social media and research-based practices. Core business courses in the program provide students with the business background with which to apply marketing skills sets in the specific areas of business/market research and internet and application based social media sources. The purpose for the program is to provide students with the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to be successful in any career that they choose. Graduates of the program will possess a well-rounded interdisciplinary education experience in order to integrate core business skills and key marketing skill sets related to research and digital marketing.


Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations

Students in the program will learn how to create and maintain a favorable public image for the organization they represent by shaping public perception of their organization and to increase awareness of its work and goals. The interdisciplinary nature of this program relies on coursework in Communication, Public Relations, Art, and Computer Science. 


Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

The Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice bridges crime and punishment, and the social sciences through an interdisciplinary, liberal arts-rooted program that incorporates theory, practice, and values. This is a new and exciting area of study that will connect social theory and research with practical applications to create well-rounded citizens of the world. Graduates of criminal justice are prepared for a variety of paths following graduation, including law enforcement, law school, graduate-level work in criminology and criminal justice, and for careers at the local, state, and federal levels in law enforcement, corrections, and court related agencies.