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College of Business offers programs accredited by AACSB International and National Council for Teacher Education.
College of Education offers programs in teaching, interpreting and reading specialist, with a majority nationally and state accredited.
College of Liberal Arts offers programs in the arts, humanities, and social sciences that develop reading, writing and critical thinking skills.
College of Science & Technology offers programs in nine departments with programs, options in nursing, math, technology, physical and life sciences.
With 86 majors in 54 bachelor's degree programs, Bloomsburg University is the right fit for more than 8,000 undergraduates. Building on the long tradition of teacher education, today's BU is a comprehensive university where students earn bachelor's degrees in science and technology, business, health care, social sciences, liberal arts ... and, of course, teacher education
Bloomsburg University also offers preparatory programs for students planning further study in law, medicine and engineering. An honors program for academically talented students, exchange agreements with institutions worldwide and an emphasis on civic engagement add to the atmosphere of learning at BU.
American Sign Language/English Interpreting (B.S.)
Art History (B.A.)
Art Studio (B.A.)
Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (B.S.)
Biology (B.A., B.S.)
Business Education (B.S.Ed.)
Chemistry (B.A., B.S.)
Communication Studies (B.A.)
Computer Science (B.S.)
Criminal Justice (B.A.)
Digital Forensics (B.S.)
Early Childhood Education (B.S.Ed.)
Educational Studies (B.S.Ed.)
Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technology (B.S.)
Environmental, Geographical and Geological Sciences (B.S)
Exercise Science (B.S.)
Health Physics (B.S.)
Health Science (B.S.)
Medical Lab Science
Information and Technology Management (B.S.B.A.)
Languages and Cultures
Mass Communications (B.A.)
Mathematics (B.A., B.S.)
Medical Imaging (B.S.)
Middle Level Education (Grades 4-8)
Physics (B.A., B.S.)
Political Science (B.A.)
Secondary Education (B.S.Ed.)
Social Work (B.A.)
Special Education (B.S.Ed.)
Theatre Arts (B.A.)
Students must complete 53 credits of general education requirements as a part of the 120-credit requirement for a bachelor's degree. Elective courses allow students to supplement a specific plan of study with classes to prepare for a career.
Some majors have specific course sequences that must be taken in an eight-semester path, while others are far more flexible. Even the most rigorous programs are reasonable to pursue a bachelor's degree in four years with an average semester load of five classes.