The mission of the psychology program is to provide diverse, dynamic, and personalized learning that inspires student achievement, fosters academic excellence and critical thinking skills, instills personal and professional ethics and values, promotes service, and facilitates lifelong learning in order to promote academic inquiry and professional preparation.
The program is designed to explore the complex profiles of those who commit crimes, analyze how the American correctional system manages them, and evaluates the impact of Homeland Security in a post 9/11 world. The Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice degree examines the scientific study of criminal behaviors in their multifaceted sociological settings.
Leadership is a personal transformation that involves harnessing the power of relationships. It means fundamentally shifting from being an individual performer to guiding and inspiring a group of people. All organizations require leaders throughout their structures in order to grow, thrive, and help their businesses realize their objectives. By studying organizational leadership you can become a focused visionary, motivational communicator, and creator of solutions.
The purpose of the social work profession is to enhance the well-being of individuals, families, and communities. The Bachelor of Arts in Social Work program seeks to encompass the diverse areas of social, political, cultural, economic, organizational and technological processes that affect change in societal dynamics. The program has professional accreditation candidacy status from the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).