Thomas Edison State University - Heavin School of Arts & Sciences - Undergraduate
Undergraduate programs offered by the Heavin School of Arts and Sciences at Thomas Edison State University focus on personal and professional growth. Associate and bachelor’s degree programs enable students to apply the expertise they gain from the study of the liberal arts directly to their professions and develop an acumen for critical thinking and using technology to collaborate on projects and solve problems. The Heavin School of Arts and Sciences is dedicated to the intellectual and professional development of students and providing an interdisciplinary approach to lifelong learning for adult learners interested in exploring values inherent in the liberal arts, humanities, natural sciences and social sciences. The undergraduate curriculum blends the breadth of the liberal arts with several areas of study based on a student’s interests and goals to create programs that deliver personal enrichment and prepare graduates for advanced study at the graduate level and professional advancement. Undergraduate degree programs include the Associate in Applied Science: Criminal Justice track, Associate in Arts, Associate in Science in Natural Science and Mathematics, Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programs. These programs feature an interdisciplinary approach to lifelong learning that is important to those seeking management career paths.
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