Degrees are offered through two University College divisions: The Division of Individualized and Special Programs (ISP) and the Center for Criminal Justice (CCJ). Students seeking a degree through University College regularly meet with college advisers to develop a plan of study.
The Division of Individualized and Special Programs addresses the unique educational needs of students through special programs or individualized plans of study. Students may earn a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Arts degree depending on the selected program of study. Degrees are awarded in Interdisciplinary Studies and in the special programs of Adult Liberal Studies, Administrative Services, Institutional Health Care Supervision, Medical Radiography and Nursing Home Administration.
The Center for Criminal Justice offers a broad-based and community-focused Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.