A snapshot of CSJ’s majors
Undergraduate students at CSJ can choose from the following majors:
The Associate & Bachelor level Accounting major prepares students for careers in public, corporate and nonprofit accounting.
- Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services
The bachelor of science in Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services provides students with a solid ethical and theoretical foundation as well as substantial knowledge about the causes, effects, assessment and treatment of alcohol and substance abuse related problems in our society.
- Behavioral Sciences
The Accelerated Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Science provides an opportunity for working professionals in the field of human services to strengthen and broaden their knowledge of human behavior for career enhancement.
- Business Administration
The Associate & Bachelor level Business Administration major provides students with a firm understanding of the differing skills (accounting, finance, marketing, and management) required to be successful in today’s competitive business environment.
- Child & Family Services
The Bachelor of Arts in Child and Family Services is designed for students who wish to work with children, adolescents, and/or families in a counseling-related capacity.
- Community Development and Counseling
The Bachelor of Science in Community Development and Counseling provides flexibility for students who wish to pursue careers in Human Services, either in a direct helping-related capacity or in areas such as community development or human services administration.
- Criminal Justice
The Associate & Bachelor level Criminal Justice program puts students on track to become criminal justice professionals in the public or private sectors or advance their careers. Here students learn to effectively address complex crime issues within our evolving society.
The Bachelor of Arts in English provides students with the skill set to find work in a competitive job market or advance their careers. Here you can prepare yourself for careers in teaching, journalism, public relations, advertising, communications, and many more.
- Health Science
The Bachelor of Science in Health Science prepares students for acceptance into Physician Assistant Master of Science programs. This pre-professional program provides a strong foundation in biomedical and clinical sciences.
The Bachelor of Arts in History provides students a broad understanding of culture, politics and innovation through the ages. Our graduates have highly developed skills in historical research and critical thinking.
- Human Services
The Associate Degree program in Human Services teaches students the skills to function at an entry level in a variety of human service settings and capacities.
- Liberal Studies
The Associate & Bachelor level Liberal Studies program educates students in the broadest sense. The program uses a holistic approach to understanding human civilization.
- Organizational Leadership
The Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership program is designed specifically for adult learners. Graduates have a strong understanding of management principles and processes, and enhanced decision-making and problem-solving skills.
The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology prepares students to pursue graduate work in their area of interest within the field of psychology or allied mental health fields.
Students who have completed our Associate or Bachelor level radiography program have an exceedingly high acceptance rate into radiography school. This Associate of Science degree is designed to complement an accredited program in Radiography.
- Secondary Education in English
The Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education in English prepares students to teach English in grades 7 through 12.
- Secondary Education in Social Studies
The Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education in Social Studies is for students who wish to teach History or Social Studies at the secondary level.
- Sports Management
The Bachelor of Science in Sports Management provides students with the skills to pursue careers in managing sport enterprises. Graduates can effectively coordinate and develop strategic plans to manage an effective profit or not-for profit sporting activity.
Minors and concentrations
- Human Services
- Popular Culture
- Resort and Recreation Management
- Studio Arts