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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS AT A GLANCE
Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies
Gain a versatile set of skills—including communication, problem solving, and critical thinking—that are valuable across disciplines. Choose from either the Humanities track or the new Social Sciences track. Learn more about BLS.
Bachelor of Arts in Peace and Conflict Studies
Get high-quality, professional training in multiple conflict intervention and prevention skills — mediation, negotiation, facilitation, violence prevention, and collaborative problem solving. Gain a systemic perspective of the challenges facing individuals, families, organizations, and communities. Learn more.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Prepare to perform successfully as a business professional in a global economy. Get a broad exposure to the functional areas of business—economics, finance, management, marketing, and supply chain management. For more details, visit the Bryan School of Business.
Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies
Participate in an interdisciplinary program, synthesizing knowledge of social and behavioral science with early childhood special education. The Birth through Kindergarten teacher licensure concentration enables you to teach in public school Pre-K and kindergarten classrooms, serving children with and without disabilities. Visit HDF for more details.
Bachelor of Science in Public Health
Prepare for positions in health-related fields, create a base for graduate study, and continue your personal growth. The Health Studies concentration will give you a foundation in the core areas of public health, such as social and behavioral sciences, epidemiology, environmental health, and public health statistics. Learn more about Health Studies.
Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management
Prepare for a career in one of North Carolina's fastest growing industries, helping multinational corporations source, procure, produce, and distribute goods and services more efficiently and effectively. Learn more.
For information on UNCG's undergraduate campus-based programs, please visit Undergraduate Admissions.