Degree Program Options: Bachelor Degrees

Bachelor Degrees

To enter the workforce at an advanced level beyond that afforded someone earning an Associate degree, or to advance within a given career field, a student may choose a Bachelor (four-year) degree program instead. The requirements for a Bachelor degree are a combination of general education classes and major core courses, as well as some free elective hours of the student's choosing (for a minimum of 124 hours), which vary by program.

Study of higher intensity with more complex work with upper-division (300/400 level) coursework is required at this stage. The admission requirements and curriculum for the different Bachelor degree options depend on the major area chosen.

These degree options are:

Links to the different requirements for each of these options are listed at http://www.drury.edu/multinl/story.cfm?nlid=279&id=14249.

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