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3+2 Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

A '3+2" dual degree program: You receive two bachelor degrees in 5 years: a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry at Fayetteville State University and a Chemical Engineering at North Carolina State University.

Accounting - Online Completion Program

The Online Completion Program in Accounting gives you the flexibility to complete your degree in accounting completely online. All of the accounting courses are offered online.

Accounting (B.S.)

If you are interested in utilizing technology (such as computers and accounting software) to facilitate and enhance accounting and financial reporting processes into a career field of Accounting, you should choose this degree.

Africana Studies (Minor)

Africana Studies is the study of the African American experience, Africa, and the African Diaspora—the global dispersion of peoples of African descent.

Biology (BS)

A degree in Biology will prepare you for a future in research, academia, medical, dental, pharmacy, veterinary and a host of other health associated career fields.

Biotechnology (Minor)

A minor in biotechnology could lead to a future in epidemiology, vaccine discovery, pharmaceuticals and much more.

Birth through Kindergarten (Class A Level Licensure)

Serve as a resource in enhancing the quality of services provided to infants, toddlers, preschool, and kindergarten children.

Birth through Kindergarten Non-Teaching (BS)

The program prepares childcare workers who will nurture and care for infants, todders, and preschoolers in nursery schools, preschools, kindergartens, private households, and before-and after- school programs that do not require a North Carolina Teaching License.

Birth through Kindergarten Non-Teaching Online (BS)

At FSU, we help prepare you to be dynamic, knowledgeable, caring, and reflective practitioners who are dedicated to facilitating learning for all children.

Birth to Kindergarten Education (BS)

The Birth- Kindergarten ( B-K) program is designed to prepare professionals for the early care and education system.

Business (Graduate Certificate)

The Graduate Certificate in Business is designed to provide you with a foundation in business basics if you lack a bachelor's degree in business.

Business Administration (MBA)

Our distance education program offers a flexible, affordable way for busy professionals to pursue their academic goals. With industry-best software tools and fully recorded lectures, you are always connected to the outstanding business community here at FSU.

Chemistry (Minor)

If you are not a chemistry major but would like additional coursework in chemistry, you may choose a minor in chemistry.

Chemistry, Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

You will be prepared as a chemistry major for professional careers as chemists, either upon graduation or after graduate study in chemistry or related fields.

Chinese Language and Culture (Minor)

A Minor in Chinese language and culture will not only prepare our students to have a better understanding of the Chinese society, the Chinese people and their long history, but more importantly will offer them a competitive edge in an ever-globalized job market and world economy.

Communication (BA)

The Bachelor of Arts in Communication prepares you to be expert communicators. Communication skills are regularly ranked as the top skill needed for employment, and the communication industry needs well-trained professionals who are competent in an assortment of positions.

Communication (Minor)

An academic minor can be a great choice for students who have already chosen their major from another department, but who wish to supplement their education and increase their odds for a great career by taking a concentration of courses from another area.

Computer Science (BS)

In the last quarter of a century, advances in computer science technologies have been enormously rapid, and computers have had a profound transforming impact on our modern society.

Computer Science (Minor)

Join distinguished Computer Science faculty to work on cutting edge research topics that will give you the tools necessary to excel in your career.

Creative and Professional Writing (Certificate)

Writing certificate programs are a fast and flexible way for undergraduates to boost their resumes and for busy professionals to gain a graduate credential.

Creative and Professional Writing Minor

The writing minor features small, writing-intensive courses covering forms of writing that you might not have tried before. A writing minor will position you to write your own ticket as an employee or as an entrepreneur.

CRED - Career Readiness Enhancement Designation Certificates

Got CRED? Career Readiness Enhancement Designations are certificate programs tailor made by FSU faculty with expertise in a wide range of topics, including creativity, performance, management, marketing and technology, human services, healthcare, and more.

Criminal Justice (BS)

The first criminal justice program in the state of North Carolina to be certified by the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.

Criminal Justice (Graduate Certificate)

Like our Master of Science degree program, the Graduate Certificate program is designed to produce graduates who have the research skills and theoretical knowledge to obtain professional, managerial and research positions

Criminal Justice (Minor)

We offer a minor in Criminal Justice to students who are majoring in various disciplines.

Criminal Justice (MS)

The program of study is designed to produce graduates who have the research skills and theoretical knowledge to obtain professional, managerial and research positions in a variety of justice-related fields and/or to pursue doctoral degrees in criminal justice or criminology.

Cyber Foundations (Certificate)

This course provides candidates with the skills, knowledge, and credentials required to successfully begin a career in the fields of Information Technology and Cybersecurity.

Cyber Security Management (Graduate Certificate)

The Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security Management is designed for business and military professionals, who work or plan on working in cyber security organization.

Cybersecurity (Certificate)

The cybersecurity certificate program offers you the knowledge and tools to mitigate a variety of cyber attacks.

Cybersecurity (Certificate-CDHS)

This course provides candidates with the skills, knowledge, and credentials required to successfully begin a career in the fields of Information Technology and Cybersecurity.

Cybersecurity (Minor)

With rapidly growing popularity of Internet-connected electronic devices and systems, cybercrimes are affecting governments, organizations and individuals. The cybersecurity minor program offers you the knowledge and tools to mitigate a variety of cyber attacks.

Dance (Minor)

A small concentrated program, the dance courses have been developed to work with the novice dance enthusiast as well as the seasoned dancer looking to continue his or her training.

Educational Leadership - Doctor of Education (Ed. D.)

The Ed. D. in Educational Leadership program is focused on Transformative Leadership and will prepare you to address some of the most pressing challenges in PK-12 and Higher Education.

Elementary Education (BS)

Students in the Elementary Education Program are trained to implement effective strategies to teach reading, math, science, language arts, social studies , health, art music, physical education, and technology to students in kindergarten through sixth grade.

Elementary Education (M.Ed.)

Candidates in the Elementary Education Program are trained to become professionals who are competent to meet the content knowledge needs of K-6 students.

Elementary Education (MAT)

Candidates in the Master of Arts in Teaching Elementary Education Program are trained to become professionals who are competent to meet the content knowledge needs of K-6 students.

Emergency Management Courses

Learn about the ever-increasing complexity involved in managing the preparation, response, and recovery related to protecting citizens from catastrophic natural and man-made disasters.

Engineering 3+2 Dual Degree Program

The Bachelor of Science in Engineering at Fayetteville State University and North Carolina State University is a "3 + 2" Dual Degree Program. Students can earn two Bachelor of Science degrees in 5 years-one from each institution. Four engineering programs are offered.

English as a Second Language (Licensure)

The ESL Add-On Licensure program is a dynamic, interdisciplinary program that requires students to take courses in linguistics, second language acquisition as well as ESL teaching methodology and strategies appropriate for the ESL classroom.

English Language and Literature, B.A.

English courses will prepare you for law school and for careers in teaching, technical writing, publishing, public relations, marketing, finance, news media, and the arts.

English Minor

English courses will prepare you for law school and for careers in teaching, technical writing, publishing, public relations, marketing, finance, news media, and the arts.

Entrepreneurship (B.S.)

A degree in entrepreneurship will provide you with a unique spread of business skills that will help you with everything from planning, funding, creating new business ideas like products or services and launching your own business.

Finance (B.S.)

A B.S. in Banking and Finance: If you planning to attain a career in a banking firm, business sector, etc. , you should choose this degree.

Fire and Emergency Services Administration

Fayetteville State University’s Fire and Emergency Services Administration program has demonstrated a commitment to the nationally recognized Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education (FESHE) model of standardized professional development education criteria.

Forensic Science (BS)

Forensic science encompasses a wide array of disciplines including criminology, pathology, toxicology, etc.

General Business (B.S.)

If you enjoy the professionalism and high-powered nature of business, then you are likely to be considering a business degree as a stepping stone.

General Business Administration B.S. (Online)

The General Business Administration Online Degree Completion (ODC) program provides an opportunity for nontraditional students to complete upper division courses online.

Geography (BA)

Geography studies why things are where they are at different times. Geographers nowadays are focusing much more on studying the interaction between people and the environment in the context of places and regions to better understand their changing mechanisms, which in turn helps to resolve global, regional, and local problems adequately in a timely manner.

Geography (Minor)

The undergraduate minor in geography complements many other programs in the university including Biology, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Fire and Emergency Services Administration, History, Intelligence Studies, Political Science, Professional Studies, and Sociology.

Geospatial Intelligence - GEOINT

GEOINT refers to the use of geospatial technologies to extract information for decision advantage in humanitarian response, strategic defense, security or investigative analysis.

Global Studies Certificate Program

The Global Studies Certificate is an interdisciplinary credential program that enhances global awareness to produce global citizens and leaders.

Health & Physical Education (Non-Teaching)

Health & Physical Education K-12 (BS)

Health and Physical Education (K-12) students are prepared to be facilitators and change agents for promoting better health through skills-based health and physical education.

Healthcare Administration (B.S.)

You should choose a B.S. in Healthcare Administration if you are planning to attain a career in the healthcare workplace.

Healthcare Management (Graduate Certificate)

The Graduate Certificate Program in Healthcare Management provides students with a broad knowledge of health care business concepts, building a solid foundation for success as a leader in the healthcare industry.

History (BA)

Students who are interested in studying world events -- whether they are past or present -- are invited to become History Majors or minors at Fayetteville State University. If you are an education major you can choose history as an area of concentration.

History (Minor)

Students often chose a minor or concentration in history to complement their training in the College of Education -Teaching major.

Intelligence Studies (BA)

The BA in Intelligence Studies Degree Program at FSU will be a pragmatic, critical, and multidisciplinary degree program within the Department of Government & History.

Intelligence Studies (Minor)

Intelligence studies focuses on the collection, analysis and distribution of intelligence that affects our national security.

Management (B.S.)

You should choose a B.S in Management if you like managing people or things, you could have a wide range of industries from which to choose in the public or private sector.

Management Information Systems (B.S.)

If you desire to attain a career in business management along with statistical and electronical research, etc., you should choose a B.S in Management Information Systems.

Marketing (B.S.)

You should choose a B.S. in Marketing if you plan on doing market research, advertising/promoting, public relations and sales for a career.

Master of School Administration (M.S.A)

The Masters of School Administration is designed to prepare Transformative School Leaders for the region, North Carolina, and beyond.

Materials Science (Minor)

If you would like additional coursework in materials science, you may choose Minor in Materials Science.

Mathematics (BS)

The Mathematics program is highly flexible, it is the basis for all natural science subjects and those in the business world.

Mathematics (Minor)

An academic minor can be a great choice if you have already chosen your major from another department, but you wish to add the value to your education and increase opportunities for the more rewarding career.

Mathematics with a Teaching Licensure Concentration (BS)

The Mathematics program is highly flexible, it is the basis for all natural science subjects and those in the business world.

Middle Grades Education 6-9 (BS)

The Bachelor of Science degree program in Middle Grades Education is designed to prepare facilitators of learning to work with students in grades 6-9.

Military Behavioral Health Graduate Certificate Program

The mission of the Military Behavioral Health Graduate Certificate Program is to provide mental and behavioral health professionals knowledge and skills that enhance their abilities to provide quality care for active duty military service members, veterans, citizen soldiers and their families as well as enhance their marketability in finding employment with organizations that target military populations.

Music (BA)

The music program at Fayetteville State University produces musicians prepared to make significant contributions to the music profession. The BA in Music has two concentrations (Music Education and Music) which offer a variety of flexibility in course offerings as a liberal arts institution.

Nursing Pre-Licensure

Fayetteville State University offers a unique and diverse Pre-Licensure/Generic Bachelor in Science in Nursing (BSN) program.

Online Master of Arts in Psychology

Philosophy (Minor)

A minor in Philosophy can show employers you are capable of thinking independently about challenging questions. It teaches you to ask the big questions that are vital to the public discourse.

Physics (Minor)

You can have like additional coursework in physics as a minor in Physics. We provide an open and friendly environment where you can explore the nature of the physical world and gain an educational foundation that will prepare you for a variety of careers.

Political Science (BA)

Politics and government affects nearly every aspect of your life. We help you learn critical thinking skills and teach you how to understand and analyze politics and government in present day and in historical contexts to better understand the world we live in.

Political Science (Minor)

Passionate about politics, or public service, or your community? Add a Political Science minor and live your dreams while making a difference.

Pre-Law (Certificate)

The Pre-Law Minor/Certificate program helps students to develop their reading, writing, and critical thinking skills within a liberal arts framework.

Pre-Law (Minor)

The Pre-Law minor is a multi-disciplinary minor which can easily be combined with any number of majors, and is designed to prepare students for further legal studies.

Professional Studies (BS)

The Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies is an interdisciplinary degree program that enables you to develop twenty-first century skills, such as critical thinking, communication, knowledge of global cultures, and related skills.

Professional Writing (Graduate Certificate)

The Graduate Professional Writing Certificate is a 12-hour curriculum aimed at skill-building for career advancement.

Project Management (Graduate Certificate)

The Graduate Certificate Program in Project Management is designed for business and military professionals who manage resources to achieve organizational goals.

Psychology (BS)

The Department of Psychology offers an undergraduate degree in psychology, which has been designed to provide students with a liberal arts education emphasizing the biological, social, and cultural aspecs of behavior.

Public Administration (Minor)

Minor in Public administration and learn how government maintains order or addresses the needs of its citizens through actions defined by its constitution

Reading Education ( A Level Licensure)

The Add-on licensure in Reading provides educators with the opportunity to complete the requirements for the North Carolina A-Level Reading License.

Reading Education (M.Ed.)

Candidates in the Reading Education Program are trained to become reading professionals who are competent to meet the literacy needs of K-12 students.

Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor in Science in Nursing (BSN) Program

A BSN is required if you ever want to move out of basic clinical care. With our RN to BSN program you will learn communication skills, leadership skills, and critical thinking which are needed to obtain jobs that pay more.

Social Work (BSW)

The Bachelor's of Social Work Program is designed to prepare students for practice with individuals, families, groups, communities, and organizations in rural and military settings.

Social Work (Minor)

The minor in social work prepares students with an introduction to the social work profession and social welfare, as well as professional values, ethics, fields of practice, and settings in which social workers are employed.

Social Work (MSW)

The Master of Social Work Program (MSW) at Fayetteville State University (FSU), prepares students for advanced social work practice and leadership with a focus on issues concerning children, families, the military, mental health and substance abuse.

Sociology (BA)

With a degree in Sociology, you will be equipped with an education that will allow you to explore various career paths in fields of research, service, management, and more.

Sociology (Graduate Certificate)

The certificate enhances opportunities for individuals who are currently in professional careers or planning to enter into a career.

Sociology (MA)

Graduate training in sociology provides a solid foundation for flexible career development. Diverse conceptual frameworks offered by sociology provide a platform in which societal issues can be placed for discussion and analysis.

Sociology (Minor)

The minor in sociology is designed to provide students with a course of study that will strengthen their skills in the social sciences.

Sociology (ONLINE BA)

The Department of Sociology offers an affordable, high quality online program that is identical to our on-campus BA degree program in terms of program requirements and course offerings.

Spanish (BA)

Having a functional knowledge of Spanish language and culture not only expands your horizons, but it can increase your marketability in today's competitive global economy.

Spanish (Minor)

The minor in Spanish expands students' knowledge of the Spanish speaking cultures and develops their basic Spanish language skills in order to communicate more effectively with a wider array of individuals in the workplace as well as the community in general.

Spanish B.A. with Teaching Licensure K-12

The Bachelor of Arts in Spanish with Teaching Licensure (K-12) provides students with the Spanish skills and the training and field experience to effectively educate students in Spanish as a second language.

Spanish Education K-12 (Licensure Only)

The Licensure Only in Spanish Education (K-12) program is the right option for students who already hold a bachelor’s degree and seek a career in teaching Spanish.

Substance Abuse Studies (Graduate Certificate)

This graduate certificate program provides structured and applied instruction that is directly related to the needs of individuals and families suffering from the devastating effects of Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs (ATOD).

Sustainability (Minor)

This is an interdisciplinary program and makes it possible for students to integrate social, economic and environmental concepts of sustainability into the undergraduate course studies.

Teaching English as a Second Language (Certificate)

The ESL Add-On Licensure program is a dynamic, interdisciplinary program that requires students to take courses in linguistics, second language acquisition as well as ESL teaching methodology and strategies appropriate for the ESL classroom.

Teaching English as a Second Language (Minor)

The ESL Add-On Licensure program is a dynamic, interdisciplinary program that requires students to take courses in linguistics, second language acquisition as well as ESL teaching methodology and strategies appropriate for the ESL classroom.

Teaching of Writing (Graduate Certificate)

Writing certificate programs are a fast and flexible way for undergraduates to boost their resumes and for busy professionals to gain a graduate credential.

Theatre (BA)

FSU Theatre is home to a BA in Theatre, with minor offerings in Theatre and Dance. We produce an annual season of mainstage shows, including children's drama, musical theatre, African American drama, Classics and 24 Hour Theatre Project. Our program is led by world-class faculty with strong ties to the professional field.

Visual Arts (BA)

The Visual Arts area offers baccalaureate programs in the visual arts and art education! Students can choose concentrations to develop their expertise in ceramics, digital arts, painting, printmaking, and sculpture.