Degree programs in the College of Arts and Sciences are developed around a set of standards that offer students broad exposure to an area of study along with deep grounding in the student’s chosen career field. Students may select a number of free electives to explore their interests, and they are offered elective options directly related to their chosen field. During the program, students explore the basic theories and concepts of their field, related applications, and current research in that field. The College of Arts and Sciences requires all students to complete courses related to research methods and data analysis as part of employment preparation, and to strengthen critical thinking skills and increase information literacy.
Clinical Mental Health Counseling
South University offers the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies and the Associate of Science in Paralegal Studies in programs that allow a student completing Associate of Science courses to matriculate into the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies program.
Psychology and Behavioral Sciences