Degrees: Online

  • The applied technology program emphasizes the practical application of business management and examines human resource development, production process planning and technological innovations.
  • The General Business emphasis is a broad degree preparing students for careers in a wide range of business settings.
  • The Bachelor of Science degree in child and family studies prepares students to work with children and their families in educational, institutional and human service settings. This degree can lead to teaching licensure for pre-K and kindergarten classrooms.
  • The Bachelor of Science degree in child and family studies prepares students to work with children and their families in educational, institutional and human service settings.
  • The nation’s only accredited online program of its kind, the construction engineering technology program teaches students to coordinate and supervise a project from the conceptual development stage through final construction, and build a strong foundation for your career. This program is available in traditional format in Hattiesburg.
  • Students pursuing an undergraduate degree with a major in elementary education will attain an elementary teacher’s license (certification for grade K-6), an endorsement in one content area and a supplemental reading endorsement.
  • The industrial engineering technology degree offers students techniques of quantitative problem-solving methods, management science, economic analysis and operations management of industrial engineering and supply chain domain.
  • The major in industrial engineering technology is designed to prepare students to meet the growing demands of industry for employees with expertise in manufacturing processes, statistical quality control, production management, automation and computer-aided manufacturing.
  • The Bachelor of Liberal Studies is a flexible general studies degree for students wishing to to build on a two-year degree or whose interests don't fit into a single major.
  • The library and information science degree can be used to obtain a variety of paraprofessional positions in libraries and other information environments, as well as to become certified as a school library media specialist.
  • The special education degree plan leads to licensure in mild/moderate disabilities (K-12) in the state of Mississippi.