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Programs

  • Associate of Arts
  • Associate of Science
  • Bachelor of Arts – 44 majors, 34 minors 
  • Bachelor of Science – 44 majors, 34 minors 
  • Master of Arts in Teaching
  • Master of Arts – Christian Studies, Education, Addiction Counseling, Mental Health Counseling
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Science – Information Security Systems, Digital Forensics, Information Technology, Justice Administration, Physician Assistant Studies
  • Education Specialist – Institutional Leadership, School Counseling
  • Doctor of Business Administration
  • Doctor of Education – Educational Leadership
  • Doctor of Philosophy – Business, Clinical Psychology, Leadership in Counseling Education, Information Technology
  • Doctor of Psychology 
 

Enrollment

  • Undergraduate residential – 1,366
  • Undergraduate online – 856
  • Dual Enrolled (High School) – 874
  • Graduate – 9.005
  • Total enrollment – 11,696
 

University Profile

  • 26% of students are first-generation college students
  • Residential population is 52% men and 48% female
  • Residential students from 36 states
  • International students on main campus representing 38 different nations
  • Academic profile of Fall 2017 entering students
    • Average ACT – 22.2 (National average – 21.0)
    • Average Grade Point Average – 3.2 on a 4.0 scale
    • 29% were in the top 25% of their graduating class
 

Athletics

  • Archery (Men and Women)
  • Baseball (Men)
  • Basketball (Men and Women)
  • Bowling (Men and Women)
  • Cheerleading (Men and Women)
  • Cross Country (Men and Women)
  • Dance (Men and Women)
  • Football (Men)
  • Golf (Men and Women)
  • Lacrosse (Men and Women)
  • Soccer (Men and Women)
  • Softball (Women)
  • Swimming and Diving (Men and Women)
  • Tennis (Men and Women)
  • Track and Field (Men and Women)
  • Volleyball (Women)
  • Wrestling (Men and Women)