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2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

School of Professional Studies

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Dr. Joe Roberts, Interim Director

The Professional Studies Program is committed to serving and providing traditional and non-traditional students with an intellectually engaging and effective undergraduate and graduate educational experience utilizing technology through on-ground, hybrid, and online delivery systems as they enhance their knowledge, analytical abilities, critical thinking, and communication skills for upward mobility in their professional field.

Bachelor of Professional Studies (BPS)

The Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies, (120 credit hours) prepares students for management and leadership positions in the fields of Information Technology, Organizational Leadership, International Organizational Leadership, or Health Administration.

Please note that each concentration consists of 21 hours of core requirements and 18 hours directly related to your chosen concentration.

Master of Professional Studies (MPS)

The 33-hour MPS degree specializations provide you with an opportunity to advance in your chosen career path as it encompasses business, technology, and human development strategies while teaching leadership skills and capabilities, stimulating curiosity, and creating an adaptive background necessary for shaping the direction and future of organizations. The MPS program has six concentrations areas:

Please note that each program consists of 9 hours of core requirements, 21 hours directly related to your chosen concentration, and a 3 hour culminating project.

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