Baccalaureate Programs

Baccalaureate Programs

Download or print a comprehensive listing of our degree programs in pdf format below:

Accounting

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

Department of Business

Appalachian Studies

Bachelor of Arts
History and Political Science

Department of Social Science

Applied Science

Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS)

This degree program is intended for students who have completed an associate of applied science degree at a regionally accredited two-year institution prior to attending Glenville State University.

Art

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Department of Fine Arts

Athletic Conditioning and Coaching

Bachelor of Science (BS)
Health and Human Performance

Department of Science and Mathematics

Biology

Bachelor of Science (BS)

Department of Science and Mathematics

Chemistry

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Department of Science and Mathematics

Computer and Information Systems

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

Department of Business

Criminal Justice: Administration of Justice

Bachelor of Science (BS)

Department of Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice: Field Forensics

Bachelor of Science (BS)

Department of Criminal Justice

Education - Elementary (PreK - 6)

Bachelor of Arts in Education (BAEd)

Department of Education

The following programs require Elementary Education (K - 6):

Early Education (PreK - K)

Multi-Categorical (K - 6)

 

Education - Middle School (5 - 9)

Bachelor of Arts in Education (BAEd)

Department of Education

The following programs require EITHER Elementary Education (K - 6) OR a Secondary Education field:

English (5 - 9)

General Math - Through Algebra I (5 - 9)

General Science (5 - 9)

Social Studies (5 - 9)

 

Education - Secondary (5 - Adult)

Bachelor of Arts in Education (BAEd)

Department of Education

A student may select one secondary specialization, either alone or paired with a Middle School (5 - 9) Education program:

Biology (9 - Adult)

Chemistry (9 - Adult)

English (5 - Adult)

General Science (5 - Adult)

Mathematics (5 - Adult)

Social Studies (5 - Adult)

A student may select one comprehensive education program:

Music (PreK - Adult)

 

Energy and Land Management

Bachelor of Science (BS)
Natural Resource Management

Energy and Land Management Major page in the Department of Land Resources

English

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Department of Language and Literature

Environmental Science

Bachelor of Science (BS)
Natural Resource Management

Environmental Science Major page in the Department of Land Resources

Exercise Science

Bachelor of Science (BS)
Health and Human Performance

Department of Science and Mathematics

Forest Technology

Bachelor of Science (BS)
Natural Resource Management

Forest Technology Major page in the Department of Land Resources

Health Promotion

Bachelor of Science (BS)
Health and Human Performance

Department of Science and Mathematics

History and Political Science

Bachelor of Arts (BA)
History and Political Science

Department of Social Science

Integrated Marketing

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

Department of Business

Interdisciplinary Studies

For additional information, see your academic advisor.

Land Surveying Technology

Bachelor of Science (BS)
Natural Resource Management

Land Surveying Technology Major page in the Department of Land Resources

Management

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

Department of Business

Music

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Department of Fine Arts

Natural Resource Management: Criminal Justice

Bachelor of Science (BS)
Natural Resource Management

Criminal Justice Major page in the Department of Land Resources

Psychology

Bachelor of Science (BS)
Behavioral Science

Department of Social Science

Regents Bachelor of Arts

For additional information, please call the coordinator at (304) 462-6155.

Sport Management

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

Department of Business

Wildlife Management

Bachelor of Science (BS)
Natural Resource Management

Wildlife Management Major page in the Department of Land Resources