Majors & Minors

An asterisk indicates the major leads to a bachelor of science (BS) degree rather than a bachelor of arts (BA).

Programs of Study Majors/Programs Minors
Accounting*
Art
Bible and Religion
Biblical Studies
Biochemistry*
Biology*
Business Administration*
Chemistry*
Clinical Laboratory Science*
Coaching
Communication
Computer Science
Congregational and Youth Ministries
Digital Communication
Digital Media
Digital Video Production
Economics
Education

In Virginia, future teachers receive a liberal arts or content area degree (like math or biology) with a teaching license in these grade levels:

  • Early/Primary Education
  • Elementary Education
  • Secondary Education
  • Special Education
  • All-Grade Education (PreK-12)
We offer 16 licensure programs.
Engineering
English
Environmental Sustainability

Concentrations:
  • Environmental Science
  • Environmental and Social Sustainability
Finance
Gender Studies
Health and Physical Education*
History
History and Social Science
Honors
Humanitarian Action Leadership
International Business
International Development
Journalism
Kinesiology and Exercise Science
Liberal Arts
Management and Organizational Development (degree completion program)*
Mathematics*
Music

Concentrations:
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Music Education (PreK-12)
  • Music Performance
Nursing*
Nursing RN-BS (degree completion program)*
Peacebuilding and Development
Peacebuilding
Philosophy
Philosophy and Theology
Photography
Physics
Political Studies
Pre-Law
Pre-Professional Health Sciences
Psychology*
Recreation Leadership and Sport Promotion
Religious and Intercultural Studies
Social Work
Sociology
Spanish
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
Theater
Writing Studies
Youth Ministry



Complete Lists of Programs of Study


Requirements for Baccalaureate Degrees

Download the ‘academic and degree information’ section of the undergrad catalog for more information on requirements for B.A. and B.S. degrees.

Associate Degrees