Programs Offered

Current Degree Programs

Associate of Arts/Associate of Science - Communication

The A.A. degree in Communication focuses on communication theory applied to the workplace. The A.S. focuses more directly on practice and integrates information systems. Both are preparation for Bachelor's degrees.

Associate of Science - Economics

This degree prepares students for further study in economics at the bachelor's level. Students are introduced to the terminology, concepts, and analytical tools utilized by economists. Students should have an understanding of graphs, tables, algebraic equations, and cause-effect relationships as found in algebra and differential calculus.

Associate of Arts - Historical Studies

This program will provide students with an understanding of history as a creative art, a subjective discipline and an imaginative interpretation of the past. Students will learn communication and research skills, develop an understanding of historical forces that have shaped social change and contemporary human problems, and develop an ability to analyze historical material and make judgments. This degree prepares students for a bachelor's degree level of study that involves establishing causal relationships between facts, finding orders and patterns, and answering why and how.

Bachelor of Science - Business

A degree in Business provides a solid foundation for functioning in a changing business environment within educational, organizational and occupational environments. Students learn to think critically and analyze situations, as well as learn to function as professionals and will understand the impact of domestic, political, social, ethical, international, technological, economic, and environmental issues.

Bachelor of Science - Business Management

This program will provide students with the skills and understanding necessary for management processes such as decision making, organizing and communicating. Students will develop an understanding of the variety of roles and functions that result in effective coordination of human, physical and financial resources, as well as acquiring useful intellectual tools for understanding, predicting, allocating and controlling.

Bachelor of Science - Criminal Justice Administration

This program explores the relationship of human beings' needs and values to social conditions in community living. Students obtain and enhance values, knowledge, and skills necessary to understand and contribute to the development and maintenance of healthy communities, groups, and individuals. They analyze, develop, carry out, and evaluate methods of prevention and resolution of social and individual problems and barriers.

Bachelor of Science - Health/Human Services

Through study in community and human services, students obtain and enhance values, knowledge, and skills necessary to understand and contribute to the development and maintenance of healthy communities, groups, and individuals. This degree prepares students for (a) work with individual, group and communities in problem solving situations; (b) entry or continuation in the advocacy/community organization, social policy and change, administration, and or direct service delivery/practice/intervention with groups and individuals; and (c) graduate education or other forms of professional development.

Bachelor of Science - Human Resources Management

This program prepares the graduate for dealing with the personnel functions of an organization, i.e., recruiting, staffing, training, counseling, compensation and benefits, safety, equal opportunity and affirmative action and labor relations. A growing area of human resource management is in the development and management of human resource information systems (HRIS). The human resource function is also frequently looked at to implement programs that deal with productivity and total quality management.

Bachelor of Science - Human Services

Through study in community and human services, students obtain and enhance values, knowledge, and skills necessary to understand and contribute to the development and maintenane of healthy communities, groups, and individuals. This degree prepares students for (a) work with individual, group and communities in problem solving situations; (b) entry or continuation in the advocacy/community organization, social policy and change, administration, and or direct service delivery/practice/intervention with groups and individuals; and (c) graduate education or other forms of professional development.

Bachelor of Science - Mental Health Administration

Through study in community and human services, students obtain and enhance values, knowledge, and skills necessary to understand and contribute to the development and maintenane of healthy communities, groups, and individuals. This degree prepares students for (a) work with individual, group and communities in problem solving situations; (b) entry or continuation in the advocacy/community organization, social policy and change, administration, and or direct service delivery/practice/intervention with groups and individuals; and (c) graduate education or other forms of professional development.

Other Degree Programs Offered through GoArmyEd

  • Bachelor of Arts in Cultural Studies (BA-CS)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies (BA-IS)
  • Bachelor of Professional Studies in Business, Management and Economics (BPS-BME)
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Management & Economics-Marketing (BS-BME-MK)
  • Bachelor of Science in Business, Management and Economics Administration (BS-BME-BA)
  • Bachelor of Science in Community and Human Services-Emergency Management (BS-CHS-EM)
  • Bachelor of Science in Human Development (BS-HD)
  • Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies (BS-IS)
  • Bachelor of Science in Math and Technology - Information Systems (BS-SMT-IS)