Areas of Study

What will you study?

We’re all about doing what we love, doing it best and making a living doing it. Choose from more than 200 undergraduate programs across various fields, like business, education, health professions, humanities, social and behavioral sciences, STEM and more.

From protecting the Great Lakes through wetlands research to serving underserved communities through street medicine, you’ll get to work and start doing. And the best part? That starts day one.


Still deciding?

That’s OK. While it’s important to stay on track to graduate, you don’t have to choose a major until you’ve earned 56 credits.

Your academic advisor can help you choose courses that let you explore a career path while still counting toward your general education requirements and electives. Career coaches in our Career Development Center have a variety of tools to help you identify your interests, strengths, abilities and preferred work style.

Work one-on-one with an advisor

Our academic advisors offer personalized advising based on the type of support you need. Break down the language of higher education, explore areas of study and sign up for classes with the support of your academic advisor. They’re there to help you succeed in and out of the classroom.

Academic advising

We’re here to support you

From picking your classes at orientation to preparing for your dream job interview, we’re here to help you every step of the way. Our student support services include:

  • Career Development Center
  • Counseling Center
  • Office of Student Success
  • Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid
  • Help Desk
  • Student Disability Services
  • Veterans’ Resource Center
  • Mathematics Assistance Center
  • Writing Center

Student support services

Jumpstart your master’s with accelerated programs

Earn up to half of your master's while finishing your bachelor's degree! "Double count" 9-18 credits (depending on your program) by taking graduate level courses while you finish up your bachelor's degree. You'll count your credits toward both graduation requirements.

Accelerated master's programs