The Division provides instruction leading to Baccalaureate Degrees through the School of Business and Economics; School of Education, Health and Human Services; School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences; and the School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. The General Education core focuses on communication, technology, and liberal arts studies. Major and support courses reflect current trends, concepts, and technology in the disciplines while free electives allow further well-roundedness to prepare students for high level career positions in their major fields and post baccalaureate studies. Quality faculty are recruited, provided orientation to the nature and mission of the college, engaged in continuous faculty development, and provided appropriate instructional resources so that they can provide relevant and innovated instruction to students. Major program goals for the division over the next five years include the addition of two undergraduate majors; discipline accreditation of all major programs in which accreditation is available; development of masters degrees; and analysis, planning and preparation to take advantage of opportunities in continuing education distance learning and off-campus sites.