University Academic Structure

All students enter Asbury University through one of the following program levels.

  • Traditional Undergraduate [TUG] – associate’s and bachelor’s level – primarily on campus, face-to-face and some online classes. Offering the Associates of Arts, Bachelor of Arts, and Bachelor of Science for non-language education majors.
  • Asbury Academy [ACAD] – high school dual enrollment are included within the traditional undergraduate level.
  • Adult Professional Studies Undergraduate [APS] – associate’s and bachelor’s level – adult learners, primarily online classes. Offering the Associate of Science, and Bachelor of Science.
  • Graduate Studies [GRAD] – master’s level programs. Online or on campus depending on degree and program.  Degrees offered in Social Work (Master of Social Work), Business (Master of Business Administration), Communications (Master of Arts) and Education (Master of Arts, Master of Arts in Teaching, and Education Specialist).

The undergraduate and graduate programs are overseen by the following four academic areas:  

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES

                Ancient & Modern Languages   

                Art 

                Behavioral Sciences  

                Christian Studies & Philosophy 

                English

                Health, Physical Education & Recreation 

                History 

                Mathematics 

                Music 

                Natural Sciences 

                Social Sciences & History

                University Studies

 

HOWARD DAYTON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

                Business

 

SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION ARTS

                Media, Journalism & Digital Storytelling

                Communication, Worship & Theatre Arts

 

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION                   

                Education

 

The SCHOOL OF GRADUATE & PROFESSIONAL STUDIES (GPS) offers additional delivery options and select programs in degree completion and graduate work.


 

2015-16 BULLETIN  07/29/2015