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Majors

Accounting    BS    Day/Fulton Campus

Art    BA    Day/Fulton Campus

ASL - English Interpreting    BA/BS    Day/Fulton Campus

ASL Studies    BA    Day/Fulton Campus

Biology    BA    Day/Fulton Campus

Biology (BS)    BS    Day/Fulton Campus

Biology Education    BS    Day/Fulton Campus

Business Administration    BS    Day/Fulton Campus, Online

Communications    BS    Day/Fulton Campus

Criminal Justice    BS    Day/Fulton Campus

Education Middle School    BS    Day/Fulton Campus

Educational Studies (non-certified)    BS    Day/Fulton Campus

Elementary Education    BS    Day/Fulton Campus

English    BA    Day/Fulton Campus

English Education    BS    Day/Fulton Campus

Equestrian Science    BS    Day/Fulton Campus

Equine Administration    BS    Day/Fulton Campus

Equine General Studies    BS    Day/Fulton Campus

Exercise Science    BS    Day/Fulton Campus

Graphic Design    BA    Day/Fulton Campus

Graphic Design BFA    BFA    Day/Fulton Campus

History    BA    Day/Fulton Campus

Interdisciplinary Study    BA/BS    Day/Fulton Campus

ITP Studies in ASL-English    BS    Online

Liberal Arts    AAA    Day/Fulton Campus, Online

Management Information Systems    BS    Day/Fulton Campus

Mathematics    BA    Day/Fulton Campus

Paralegal Studies    BS    Online

Physics    BS    Day/Fulton Campus

Political/Legal Studies    BA    Day/Fulton Campus

Pre-Engineering    AS    Day/Fulton Campus

Psychology    BA    Day/Fulton Campus

Social Science Education    BS    Day/Fulton Campus

Social Work    BSW    Day/Fulton Campus

Special Education    BS    Day/Fulton Campus

Speech Theatre Education    BS    Day/Fulton Campus

Studio Art (BFA)    BFA    Day/Fulton Campus

Theatre Arts    BA    Day/Fulton Campus

Workforce Leadership    BAS    Online

Degree Descriptions

A.A. Associate of Arts

The Associate of Arts (A.A.) is a 61-hour degree rooted in the University’s General Education curriculum. Program completion qualifies a student for admission into a bachelor's program of the University and meets the institution's General Education requirements

William Woods University designs all undergraduate Associate degree programs to be completed within 2 years of study.

A.S. Associate of Science

The Associate of Science (A.S.) is a 68-hour degree rooted in a scientific or technical field. It meets the institution's General Education requirements.

William Woods University designs all undergraduate Associate degree programs to be completed within 2 years of study.

B.A.S. Bachelor of Applied Science

The Bachelor of Applied Science degree includes a major of 51 credit hours. It is a degree completion program designed for individuals who already hold an Associate’s degree in Applied Science (A.A.S.). This degree is designed to further the knowledge and management skills of employees and managers whose previous educational background is primarily technical or industrial.

William Woods University designs all undergraduate Bachelor degree programs to be completed within 4 years of study.

B.A. Bachelor of Arts

B.A. art majors have the opportunity to gain a solid foundation in traditional art processes and techniques. They learn to appreciate, produce, and understand the arts in historical and cultural contexts. The Bachelor of Arts degree Visual Art majors choose from one of three concentrations: Art Education; Photography, or Studio Arts. Studio and photography majors take art electives focusing in their area of interest. The Art Education concentration provides future K-12 art teachers with the ability to design curriculum specific to the visual arts, while exploring a wide variety of art processes.

 

William Woods University designs all undergraduate Bachelor degree programs to be completed within 4 years of study.

 

Total Hours 40

B.F.A. Bachelor of Fine Arts

The Bachelor of Fine Arts program prepares students for both professional and higher educational opportunities in the art world. BFA students gain a solid foundation in a variety of art processes and techniques, along with an understanding of the arts from both an historical and a cultural perspective. Students have the opportunity to focus on specific areas of painting, drawing, sculpture, or ceramics while developing their own personal aesthetic.

William Woods University designs all undergraduate Bachelor degree programs to be completed within 4 years of study.

B.S. Bachelor of Science

The Bachelor of Science degree usually includes a major of 42 to 60 credits. This degree does not require a minor. Majors associated with the bachelor of science degree best serve students interested in preparation for more immediate career opportunities and provide more extensive course work with an applied emphasis.

William Woods University designs all undergraduate Bachelor degree programs to be completed within 4 years of study.

B.S.W. Bachelor of Social Work

The Bachelor of Social Work degree includes a major of 48 credit hours. It does not require a minor

William Woods University designs all undergraduate Bachelor degree programs to be completed within 4 years of study.

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