Academic Affairs includes the Schools of Art & Design, Business & Technology, Liberal Arts, Graduate Studies, and the Center for Continuing & Professional Studies. Four of the schools offer 48 degree programs of which 15 are the Associate degree; 26 are the Baccalaureate, BFA, or BS degree; and 7 are the Master of Arts, Master of Fine Arts, or Master of Professional Studies degree. The School of Liberal Arts offers 27 minors. In addition, 12 credit certificates are awarded.
The Academic Services departments are the Grants Office, International Programs, the Gladys Marcus Library and Faculty and Academic Program Support.
The Faculty and Academic Support units include Faculty Services, Center for Excellence in Teaching, Online Learning and Academic Technologies, Institutional Research and Effectiveness, Academic Advising, Academic Skills Tutoring, Career and Internship Services, Testing/Placement Services, and the Writing and Speaking Studio.
|Sidney A. Grimes, Jr.
Academic Affairs Operations