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ACADEMIC DEGREE PROGRAMS

(updated September 2015)

The traditional program offers the Bachelor of Arts degree in the following areas:

More information regarding these programs is available at Majors and Minors.

The Evening Studies Program offers the Bachelor of Science in Business Management (with an option of a Health Management Concentration) and Criminal Justice. More information regarding this program is available at Evening Studies Curriculum.

SATISFACTORY PROGRESS STANDARDS
Each student is expected to maintain satisfactory academic standing and progress toward the baccalaureate degree. Continuation at the College, various privileges, and opportunities for leadership activities are governed by the student's academic standing and classification. Students who do not maintain a grade point average of sufficient quality to ensure meeting graduation requirements are subject to academic disciplinary action and financial aid probation.

Current Standards of Satisfactory progress are available in the annual Huntingdon College catalog. Please see the Table of contents or Index for specific pages related to:

FACULTY and other INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL
Huntingdon College faculty is comprised of both full-time and part-time instructors. A list of full-time faculty is available at the Academic Departments Directory. A list of other instructors is available from the Office of Academic Affairs.

INSTRUCTIONAL, LABORATORY and OTHER FACILTIES

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