Undergraduate Degree Programs

Bachelor of Science (BS)

The Bachelor of Science (BS) degree focuses on technical or scientific subjects like mathematics, biology, chemistry, or physics. It prepares students for careers in fields such as technology, healthcare, research, data analysis, and environmental science.

Bachelor of Engineering (BE)

The Bachelor of Engineering degree equips students with a comprehensive understanding of engineering principles and practices encompassing a broad range of disciplines such as mechanical, electrical, civil, and chemical engineering, among others.

Bachelor of Science Education (BSED)

A Bachelor of Science in Education (BSEd) degree prepares students for careers in teaching and education-related fields with a focus on scientific subjects. 

Bachelor of Science/ Doctor of Medicine (BS/MD)

A Bachelor of Science/ Doctor of Medicine (BS/MD) degree is an integrated undergraduate and graduate program that offers a streamlined pathway to a medical career.

Bachelor of Architecture (B.ARCH)

The Bachelor of Architecture degree program blends studio-based learning, theoretical coursework, and practical experience to help students develop expertise in architectural design.

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree fosters a deep understanding of artistic expression, cultural context, and the role of art in society, empowering graduates to contribute meaningfully to the creative landscape. 

Bachelor of Music (BMUS)

Bachelor of Music (BMUS) degree engage in rigorous coursework, private lessons, ensemble participation, and performance opportunities to develop their musical skills and proficiency on their chosen instrument or voice. 

Certificate Programs

Certificate programs are available in a wide range of fields. They are often pursued by individuals looking to enhance their professional skills, change careers, or update their knowledge in a specific area without committing to a full degree program.

Last Updated: 06/04/2024 13:38