(1) Bachelor of Arts (B.A.): These are typically awarded to students who major in liberal arts, social sciences, or humanities disciplines, including English, psychology, sociology, communications, history and political science.
(2) Bachelor of Science (B.S.): These degrees usually go to students who pursue chemistry, biology, physics, geology, computer science and other scientific and technical disciplines.
(3) Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.): Students majoring in visual art, performance disciplines or creative writing, with specialties such as art history, music, theater arts, film, dance, poetry photography and animation, often earn a B.F.A.
(4) Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.): Students who earn a B.B.A. typically learn the foundations of business and management theory, generally majoring in subjects such as project management, accounting, finance, human resource management, marketing and entrepreneurship.
(5) Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.): This degree is for students who want to work under professional architects after graduation or plan to pursue a graduate education in architecture.
(6) Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN): Students looking to advance in their nursing career can pursue this degree, which aims to give them advanced hands-on training and technical knowledge that goes beyond the scope of RN practice.
(7) Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.): This degree is geared towards students who want to pursue a career in engineering electrical engineering, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering and computer engineering.