The Bachelor of Science with a major in Criminal Justice Management program is based on the belief that social policy, decision-making, and reform in modern law enforcement require a broad academic experience. The program was designed by academicians in the field of criminal justice and by experienced criminal justice professionals.View Our Alumni Spotlight Read More Read Less
The course work uses the backdrop of contemporary issues to examine the historical, theoretical, and practical aspects of management within and between the various dynamic parts of the criminal justice system. The major focuses on organizational and management responses to policies, programs, personnel, and technology. It is applicable to line personnel, supervisors, managers, and executives working within any part of the entire criminal justice system.Get Started!
The Bachelor of Science with a major in Emergency Services Management program is designed to help students develop and strengthen the administrative and analytical skills required to execute appropriate response before, during, and after emergency situations.Read More Read Less
During the course of their studies, students will develop and strengthen the administrative capabilities and analytical skills crucial for implementation of appropriate and effective responses in federal, state, and local organizations and agencies before, during, and after emergencies and disasters. Students who choose to major in Emergency Services Management may complete a generalized program or may choose a concentration in either Criminal Justice Management or Leadership.Get Started!
The Bachelor of Science with a major in Maternal Child Health - Human Lactation program helps both established and entry-level lactation professionals expand their career knowledge. Graduates of the program are qualified to professionally counsel expectant mothers and mothers of young infants about best practices for the care and feeding of the young infant, and may also be qualified to provide instruction for and/or make presentations to health care professionals and workers in community, governmental, and non-profit agencies.View Our Alumni Spotlight Read More Read Less
Union Institute & University is the only university to partner with the Healthy Children Project to offer this unique degree. Healthy Children Project's Center for Breastfeeding (www.healthychildren.cc) has a reputation for exemplary programs for lactation care providers. Upon satisfactory completion of the program and additional requirements, students have the option to complete additional work in order to be eligible to sit for the International Board Certification for Lactation Consultants (IBCLC) examination offered by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners (IBLCE) under pathway two.Get Started!
The Bachelor of Arts with a major in Psychology program is designed to develop knowledge and skills that will prepare students for a variety of careers in the mental health and human services fields at the baccalaureate level.Read More Read Less
Optional concentrations in Holistic Studies, Addictions Studies and Forensic Psychology will provide career focus for students wishing to advance in their current careers or change career direction. In addition, the clinical focus of this program will offer ideal preparation for students interested in pursuing a career in clinical or counseling psychology through graduate-level study.Get Started!
The Bachelor of Science with a major in Social Work program is ideal for those seeking careers in child welfare, health care, youth education, medicine, mental health, addiction study/treatment, corrections, and juvenile justice.Read More Read Less
The two components of the curriculum—classroom and field—require knowledge about the theories and models related to human behavior and the social environment, social welfare policy analysis, multicultural social work, human diversity, social and economic justice, social work ethical standards, strengths-based practice, and research. The major prepares students for generalist practice social work through personalized mentoring relationships and supervision with licensed, experienced social work faculty and community-based practitioners.Get Started!