2021-2022 Catalog and Student Handbook 
    Mar 29, 2023  
2021-2022 Catalog and Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Areas of Study

Our degrees and certificates are grouped into 11 Areas of Study so you can pick a topic you’re interested in and then work with your advisor to select your specific major. Take a few minutes to watch our video and learn how Areas of Study can help you narrow multiple choices down to a few categories of interest that get on the right academic pathway from the moment you apply. When you’re ready to explore each in more detail, select an area below.

  1. Art & Design
    • ​Leads to careers in photography, film, dance, art, video, graphic design and web development.
    • Leads to careers in biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy, geology, geography and environmental services.
    • Leads to careers in accounting, business, retail management, marketing, paralegal and real estate.
    • Leads to careers in electronics, slot technology, telecommunications, computer security, information management, network systems and software development.
    • Leads to careers in teaching at the pre-school, elementary and secondary school levels.
    • Leads to careers in nursing, dental and health related occupations within the healthcare industry.
    • Leads to careers in management in the casino, food and beverage and hotel industries; culinary and pastry arts, and tourism, convention and event planning.
    • Leads to careers in the humanities, journalism, deaf interpreter preparation and world languages.
    • Leads to careers in air conditioning, aviation, auto and diesel technology, construction management, water/wastewater treatment and welding.
    • Leads to careers in law enforcement, fire technology and emergency medical services.
    • Leads to careers in anthropology, psychology, sociology, economics, history and politics.