Bachelor's Degree Programs

Pursue your passion at USF!

The essential activity of USF is teaching and learning, guided by our award winning faculty.  Students who successfully complete the courses required for a major qualify for an undergraduate degree.  From USF, an undergraduate degree is a launching pad — to life-changing careers, graduate school, and beyond.

Undergraduate Majors at St. Francis

View undergraduate degrees alphabetically:
A | B | C | D | E | F | H | I | L | M | N | P | R | S | T | V | W

Click here to view Adult Undergraduate programs.

Art & Design (B.A.)

  • Graphic Design
  • Photography
  • Studio Art

Biology (B.S.)

  • Pre-dentistry *
  • Pre-medicine *
  • Pre-occupational therapy *
  • Pre-optometry *
  • Pre-pharmacy *
  • Pre-physical therapy *
  • Pre-physician assistant *
  • Pre-veterinary medicine *

Communication & Media Arts (B.A.)

  • Advertising & Marketing
  • Audio
  • Journalism & Public Communication
  • Media Studies
  • Video
  • Visual Communication

Criminal & Social Justice (B.A.)

  • Forensics
  • Language & Cultural Diversity
  • Law & Politics
  • Leadership
  • Psychology
  • Social Work

Digital Audio Recording Arts (B.S.)

  • Audio Engineer
  • Music Industry Entrepreneur
  • Recording Artist
  • User Generated Content

English (B.A.)

  • Comparative Literature
  • English Literature

Finance (BBA)

  • Banking & Credit Analysis
  • Entrepreneurial & Small Business Finance
  • Financial Planning
  • General Financial Management

History (B.A.)

  • European
  • Non-Western
  • United States

Mathematics (B.S.)

  • Actuarial Science
  • Data Science
  • Mathematical Sciences

Middle Grades Education (B.A.)

  • General Science
  • Language Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Social Science

Music (B.A.)

  • Generalist in Music
  • Digital Audio Recording Arts

Music Performance (B.M.)

  • Guitar
  • Piano
  • Voice

Political Science (B.A.)

  • American Politics
  • General/Pre-Law
  • Public Policy

Recreation and Sport Management (B.A.)

  • Community Recreation & Park Resources
  • Outdoor Recreation
  • Recreation Therapy
  • Sport Operations Mgmt.

Theology (B.A.)

  • Pastoral Ministry
  • Teaching Ministry

Adult Undergraduate Programs

Business Administration (Online)

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Management and Leadership
  • Managing Human Resources
  • Marketing
  • Transportation & Logistics Management

Nursing RN- BSN (Online)

What is a “bachelor’s degree?”

A bachelor’s degree is an undergraduate academic degree awarded by the University of St. Francis on completion of a course of study (your degree program or “major”). This is typically 120 credit hours of study that can include classroom, lab, internship, practicum, research-based, and clinical experience.

Our educational programs integrate:

  1. General education, which is the part of a liberal education curriculum shared by all students. Click here to read about undergraduate General Education requirements.
  2. A major program of study, which is the in-depth study of one or more disciplines.
  3. Other transformational experiences such as those encountered through activities, clubs, honor societies, athletics, university ministry, internships, research programs, service learning and more.
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