If you have finished your first two years at another university or your associate’s degree or – starting in 2014 – are beginning your college career as a freshman or even want to launch a new career, GSU offers a wide range of programs leading to a bachelor’s degree.

Accounting, Bachelor of Science
Anthropology and Sociology, Bachelor of Arts
Art, Bachelor of Fine Art
Biology, Bachelor of Science
Biology, Bachelor of Science Teacher Education Concentration
Business Administration, Bachelor of Arts
Business and Applied Science, Bachelor of Arts
Chemistry Teacher Education, Bachelor of Science
Chemistry, Bachelor of Science 
Communication Disorders, Bachelor of Health Science;
Community Health - Gerontology / Healthy Aging Track, Bachelor of Health Science 
Community Health - Gerontology / Long-Term Care, Bachelor of Health Science
Community Health - Health Promotion Education in the Community Setting Track,
Bachelor of Health Science
 
Community Health - Mission and Program Outcomes, Bachelor of Health Science
Computer Science, Bachelor of Science
Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Arts
Early Childhood Education, Bachelor of Arts
Economics, Bachelor of Arts
Economics, Bachelor of Science
Elementary Education, Bachelor of Arts
English, Bachelor of Arts
Entrepreneurship, Bachelor of Arts  
Gender and Sexuality Studies
Health Administration Program, Bachelor of Health Administration 
History, Bachelor of Arts 
Information Technology, Bachelor of Science 
Interdisciplinary Studies, Bachelor of Arts 
Mathematics Teacher Education, Bachelor of Arts 
Mathematics, Bachelor of Arts 
Media Studies, Bachelor of Arts 
Political Science, Bachelor of Arts 
Psychology, Bachelor of Arts 
RN to BSN Completion Program
Social Sciences, Bachelor of Arts
Social Work Degree Program, Bachelor of Arts
Theatre and Performance Studies