Baccalaureate Programs

Baccalaureate Programs

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General Education Requirements for Baccalaureate Degrees

Accounting (BSBA)

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Department of Business

Administration of Justice (BSCJ)

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (BSCJ)

Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Department of Criminal Justice

Appalachian Studies

Bachelor of Arts
History and Political Science

Department of Social Science

Applied Science (BAS)

Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS)

Course Requirements

This degree program is intended for students who have completed an associate of applied science degree at a regionally accredited two-year institution prior to attending ֱ.

Art (BA)

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Department of Fine Arts

Athletic Conditioning and Coaching (BSHHP)

Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Performance (BSHHP)

Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Department of Science and Mathematics

Biology

Bachelor of Science (BS)

Department of Science and Mathematics

Chemistry

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Department of Science and Mathematics

Computer and Information Systems (BSBA)

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Department of Business

Criminal Justice (BSNRM)

Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management (BSNRM)

Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Criminal Justice Major page in the Department of Land Resources

Elementary Education & Early Education (BAEd)

Bachelor of Arts in Education (BAEd)

Requirements for Admission to Teacher Education

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Plan of Study

Department of Education

Elementary Education & Multi-Categorical (BAEd)

Bachelor of Arts in Education (BAEd)

Requirements for Admission to Teacher Education

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Plan of Study

Department of Education

Elementary Education & Middle School Specialization (BAEd)

Bachelor of Arts in Education (BAEd)

Requirements for Admission to Teacher Education

Elementary Education (K - 6) & English (5 - 9)

Elementary Education (K - 6) & General Math - Through Algebra I (5 - 9)

Elementary Education (K - 6) & General Science (5 - 9)

Elementary Education (K - 6) & Social Studies (5 - 9)

Department of Education

Education - Secondary (BAEd)

Bachelor of Arts in Education (BAEd)

Requirements for Admission to Teacher Education

A student may select one secondary specialization, either alone or paired with a Middle School (5 - 9) Education program:

Biology (9 - Adult)

Chemistry (9 - Adult)

English (5 - Adult)

General Science (5 - Adult)

Mathematics (5 - Adult)

Social Studies (5 - Adult)

A student may select one comprehensive education program:

Health & Physical Education (PreK - Adult)

Music (PreK - Adult)

Department of Education

Energy and Land Management (BSNRM)

Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management (BSNRM)

Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Energy and Land Management Major page in the Department of Land Resources

English (BA)

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Department of Language and Literature

Environmental Science (BSNRM)

Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management(BSNRM)

Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Environmental Science Major page in the Department of Land Resources

Exercise Science (BSHHP)

Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Performance(BSHHP)

Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Department of Science and Mathematics

Field Forensics (BSCJ)

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice(BSCJ)

Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Department of Criminal Justice

Forest Technology (BSNRM)

Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management(BSNRM)

Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Forest Technology Major page in the Department of Land Resources

Health Promotion (BSHHP)

Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Performance (BSHHP)

Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Department of Science and Mathematics

History and Political Science

Bachelor of Arts (BA)
History and Political Science

Department of Social Science

Integrated Marketing (BSBA)

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Department of Business

Interdisciplinary Studies

The Interdisciplinary Studies Program (IDS) leads to a Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Science degree. The degree requirements are as follows:

  1. All general institutional requirements for the B.A. or B.S. degree (e.g. a required minimum of 120 hours, 39 of which must be upper division level).
  2. The General Education program (39 hours).
  3. A concentration area from two or more disciplines of at least 48 hours of classes, half of which must be upper division level. Each concentration area must include at least 15 hours in courses within the concentration.
  4. Students and their advisors develop their own concentration area from courses already in the catalog. The concentration area consists of a combination of courses having a clear central purpose and aimed at a specific learning objective that is different from objectives of the major fields of study established at ֱ. Hours not required in the concentration area or by the university will be electives.
  5. A student entering the IDS program after the semester in which the student has accumulated 90 credit hours must have a 2.5 average. In order to graduate with an IDS degree, a student must have at least a 2.5 GPA.
  6. All IDS programs must be approved in advance by the appropriate department chairpersons and the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Among possible Interdisciplinary Studies concentrations are:

  • Broadcast Media
  • Business Communications
  • Child Development
  • Computational Science
  • Educational Psychology
  • Environmental Studies
  • Fine Arts
  • Recreation and Leisure

For additional information see your academic advisor.

Land Surveying (BSNRM)

Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management (BSNRM)

Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Land Surveying Major page in the Department of Land Resources

Management (BSBA)

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Department of Business

Music (BA)

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Music Program Information
Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Department of Fine Arts

Pre-Nursing

Students enrolling in the Pre-Nursing curriculum will be admitted into the Associate’s of General Studies program for the first year.

Marshall University will bring its Bachelor of Science in Nursing to the ֱ campus, starting Fall 2023. This will be an extension of the Marshall University program, which will add seats to its current programs, but will be physically located in central West Virginia, where there currently are no nursing programs available to its residents. Marshall University will administer the BSN, i.e. admissions into the program, hiring of faculty, the purchasing of the equipment, delivery of nursing curriculum, etc. in collaboration with ֱ. ֱ will provide 42 credit hours in course work toward the Marshall BSN. Marshall will provide facilities at the ֱCampus, ֱ, West Virginia. ֱ offers a pre-nursing curriculum that parallels Marshall University’s curriculum. Students successfully completing this curriculum will be eligible to apply and to be considered for admission into the Marshall University Nursing Program.

Pre-Nursing Plan of Study

*Please see your advisor for more details about this course designation.

Incoming students must submit an application between November 15th and January 15th.

Freshman students must complete this list of courses by July 15th of the year after their first fall semester.

For more information regarding the application process, please contact the Office of Academic Affairs.

Psychology

Bachelor of Science (BS)
Behavioral Science

Department of Social Science

Regents Bachelor of Arts

Regents Bachelor of Arts Information

For additional information, please call the coordinator at (304) 462-6255.

Sport Management (BSBA)

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Department of Business

Wildlife Management (BSNRM)

Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management (BSNRM)

Course Requirements
Plan of Study

Wildlife Management Major page in the Department of Land Resources