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1.ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAM

  • Associate in Computer Graphics (ACG)

2.UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

  • Bachelor of Science Degree
  • Bachelor of Science in Hotel Management (BSHM)
  • Bachelor of Arts Degrees
  • Bachelor of Arts in Music (BAM)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Dance (BAD)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting (BBAA)

3.GRADUATE PROGRAMS

Master of Arts Degrees

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)

ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAM

Associate in Computer Graphics (ACG)

The Associate Degree program in Computer Graphics will provide students with a foundation in the techniques and technology used in computer graphics. This program is designed to prepare students for employment as graphics technicians, who possess the technical expertise and creativity to create appealing designs, images or animations that meet client’s needs. Students will develop their graphics skills, techniques, concepts, and management ability through individual and team-based projects.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

Bachelor of Science Degree

Bachelor of Science in Hotel Management (BSHM)
The undergraduate program in Hotel Management offers an extensive educational approach to a career in the hospitality industry, which includes hotels, restaurants, resorts, entertainment complexes, casinos, and assisted living facilities. With its varied course of study, the program prepares students with both the management theories and operational competencies that are necessary to enter any segment of the industry upon graduation.
In addition to the university’s general education requirements, students enrolled in this major take classes specific to business and the hotel industry. They are also expected to accumulate significant knowledge outside of the classroom. The Professional Development Series included in the curriculum involves students in activities such as visits to major food markets, visits to hospitality operations, and internships.
The curriculum is carefully balanced between theory and practice. With many opportunities for case studies and group projects, students cultivate not just the necessary knowledge, but also the leadership skills and professionalism that will enable them to assume cutting-edge roles in the next generation of the hospitality industry.

Bachelor of Arts Degrees

Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies (BABS)
The Bachelor programs in Biblical Studies at Underwood University are designed to prepare students to grasp the message of the Bible, accurately interpret the Scriptures, and integrate faith into the world. The Biblical Studies major prepares students for positions of lay leadership in church, society, or a variety of Christian ministries at home or abroad. The degree meets needs of individuals who wish to begin or to continue graduate theological education for personal or vocational enrichment.

Bachelor of Arts in Music (BAM)

The Music Department seeks to develop students’ talents by training skilled musicians, fostering aesthetic discernment in varying styles of music, and providing opportunities for performing and creating. The Music Department offers programs leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music with an emphasis in Church Music, in Performance, and in Contemporary Christian Music. The degree with an emphasis in Church Music and the degree with an emphasis in Contemporary Christian Music are specifically designed to equip the Music Minister in the congregational setting. These degree tracks stress practical skills needed to lead the church in musical worship. Students will gain the technical ability and an interpretative understanding of the appropriate body of church repertoire in conjunction with the local church ministry.
The degree with an emphasis in Performance is designed to develop performance and ensemble skills, understanding the place of music in its broader context as one of the humanities. This track provides performance literature including a well-selected balance of standard repertory and contemporary selections. The Bachelor of Arts degree in Music program is offered with applied focus on piano, organ, voice, orchestral instruments, electronic instruments, composition, and choral conducting.

BA in Music

The Music Department seeks to develop students’ talents by training skilled musicians, fostering aesthetic discernment in varying styles of music, and providing opportunities for performing and creating. The Music Department offers programs leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music with an emphasis in Church Music, in Performance, and in Contemporary Christian Music. The degree with an emphasis in Church Music and the degree with an emphasis in Contemporary Christian Music are specifically designed to equip the Music Minister in the congregational setting. These degree tracks stress practical skills needed to lead the church in musical worship. Students will gain the technical ability and an interpretative understanding of the appropriate body of church repertoire in conjunction with the local church ministry.
The degree with an emphasis in Performance is designed to develop performance and ensemble skills, understanding the place of music in its broader context as one of the humanities. This track provides performance literature including a well-selected balance of standard repertory and contemporary selections. The Bachelor of Arts degree in Music program is offered with applied focus on piano, organ, voice, orchestral instruments, electronic instruments, composition, and choral conducting.

BA in Dance

The Bachelor of Arts in Dance program is an interdisciplinary program that integrates the study of dance within a liberal arts setting of intellectual and creative exploration. The major builds upon studio courses and dance studies courses, which allows students’ creative work to develop in dialogue with critical inquiry into the history, culture, theory, and forms of western and non-western performance.
The program offers coursework in ballet, modern dance, jazz, and tap; customized tracks of studying pedagogy, performance, choreography, and traditional Korean dance. The program’s holistic, rigorous, and personalized approach to training prepares students for careers in many areas of dance such as ballet and modern dance companies, dance journalism, dance therapy, dance lighting and design, dance on television, and dance teaching profession.

BA in Fine Arts

Art stands at the intersection of culture, politics, religion and philosophy, making it an ideal place from which to understand the liberal arts and the world at large. At Underwood University, the Department of Art offers students two tracks for study: ”Studio Art” in Painting or Ceramics. Both concentrations foster rigorous, critical investigation through active processes of learning in which students connect historical discourse with an engagement of art from multiple contemporary perspectives.
The senior year capstone experience allows studio majors to pursue intensive, original research in their respective concentrations.
All students take FOUNDATION studio courses, and then choose a MAJOR STUDIO CONCENTRATION in Painting or Ceramics.

Business Administration in Accounting

Accounting is the language of business, and communicating financial information has become increasingly challenging in a dynamic global economy. Underwood University’s Accounting program provides a solid foundation in the theory and practice of accounting as well as in the areas of business, communications and general studies. Through a combination of core courses such as Principles of Accounting, Federal Income Taxation and Cost Accounting, students will be well-prepared for the accounting industry as well the wide range of career opportunities available to accounting professionals. The Bachelors of Business Administration in Accounting is a 120 credit-hour program that emphasizes core competencies in critical thinking, communication, and other managerial/leadership qualities throughout the curriculum.

ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAM

Associate in Computer Graphics (ACG)

The Associate Degree program in Computer Graphics will provide students with a foundation in the techniques and technology used in computer graphics. This program is designed to prepare students for employment as graphics technicians, who possess the technical expertise and creativity to create appealing designs, images or animations that meet client’s needs. Students will develop their graphics skills, techniques, concepts, and management ability through individual and team-based projects.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

Bachelor of Science Degree

Bachelor of Science in Hotel Management (BSHM)
The undergraduate program in Hotel Management offers an extensive educational approach to a career in the hospitality industry, which includes hotels, restaurants, resorts, entertainment complexes, casinos, and assisted living facilities. With its varied course of study, the program prepares students with both the management theories and operational competencies that are necessary to enter any segment of the industry upon graduation.
In addition to the university’s general education requirements, students enrolled in this major take classes specific to business and the hotel industry. They are also expected to accumulate significant knowledge outside of the classroom. The Professional Development Series included in the curriculum involves students in activities such as visits to major food markets, visits to hospitality operations, and internships.
The curriculum is carefully balanced between theory and practice. With many opportunities for case studies and group projects, students cultivate not just the necessary knowledge, but also the leadership skills and professionalism that will enable them to assume cutting-edge roles in the next generation of the hospitality industry.

Bachelor of Arts Degrees

Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies (BABS)
The Bachelor programs in Biblical Studies at Underwood University are designed to prepare students to grasp the message of the Bible, accurately interpret the Scriptures, and integrate faith into the world. The Biblical Studies major prepares students for positions of lay leadership in church, society, or a variety of Christian ministries at home or abroad. The degree meets needs of individuals who wish to begin or to continue graduate theological education for personal or vocational enrichment.

Bachelor of Arts in Music (BAM)

The Music Department seeks to develop students’ talents by training skilled musicians, fostering aesthetic discernment in varying styles of music, and providing opportunities for performing and creating. The Music Department offers programs leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music with an emphasis in Church Music, in Performance, and in Contemporary Christian Music. The degree with an emphasis in Church Music and the degree with an emphasis in Contemporary Christian Music are specifically designed to equip the Music Minister in the congregational setting. These degree tracks stress practical skills needed to lead the church in musical worship. Students will gain the technical ability and an interpretative understanding of the appropriate body of church repertoire in conjunction with the local church ministry.
The degree with an emphasis in Performance is designed to develop performance and ensemble skills, understanding the place of music in its broader context as one of the humanities. This track provides performance literature including a well-selected balance of standard repertory and contemporary selections. The Bachelor of Arts degree in Music program is offered with applied focus on piano, organ, voice, orchestral instruments, electronic instruments, composition, and choral conducting.

BA in Music

The Music Department seeks to develop students’ talents by training skilled musicians, fostering aesthetic discernment in varying styles of music, and providing opportunities for performing and creating. The Music Department offers programs leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music with an emphasis in Church Music, in Performance, and in Contemporary Christian Music. The degree with an emphasis in Church Music and the degree with an emphasis in Contemporary Christian Music are specifically designed to equip the Music Minister in the congregational setting. These degree tracks stress practical skills needed to lead the church in musical worship. Students will gain the technical ability and an interpretative understanding of the appropriate body of church repertoire in conjunction with the local church ministry.
The degree with an emphasis in Performance is designed to develop performance and ensemble skills, understanding the place of music in its broader context as one of the humanities. This track provides performance literature including a well-selected balance of standard repertory and contemporary selections. The Bachelor of Arts degree in Music program is offered with applied focus on piano, organ, voice, orchestral instruments, electronic instruments, composition, and choral conducting.

BA in Dance

The Bachelor of Arts in Dance program is an interdisciplinary program that integrates the study of dance within a liberal arts setting of intellectual and creative exploration. The major builds upon studio courses and dance studies courses, which allows students’ creative work to develop in dialogue with critical inquiry into the history, culture, theory, and forms of western and non-western performance.
The program offers coursework in ballet, modern dance, jazz, and tap; customized tracks of studying pedagogy, performance, choreography, and traditional Korean dance. The program’s holistic, rigorous, and personalized approach to training prepares students for careers in many areas of dance such as ballet and modern dance companies, dance journalism, dance therapy, dance lighting and design, dance on television, and dance teaching profession.

BA in Fine Arts

Art stands at the intersection of culture, politics, religion and philosophy, making it an ideal place from which to understand the liberal arts and the world at large. At Underwood University, the Department of Art offers students two tracks for study: ”Studio Art” in Painting or Ceramics. Both concentrations foster rigorous, critical investigation through active processes of learning in which students connect historical discourse with an engagement of art from multiple contemporary perspectives.
The senior year capstone experience allows studio majors to pursue intensive, original research in their respective concentrations.
All students take FOUNDATION studio courses, and then choose a MAJOR STUDIO CONCENTRATION in Painting or Ceramics.

Business Administration in Accounting

Accounting is the language of business, and communicating financial information has become increasingly challenging in a dynamic global economy. Underwood University’s Accounting program provides a solid foundation in the theory and practice of accounting as well as in the areas of business, communications and general studies. Through a combination of core courses such as Principles of Accounting, Federal Income Taxation and Cost Accounting, students will be well-prepared for the accounting industry as well the wide range of career opportunities available to accounting professionals. The Bachelors of Business Administration in Accounting is a 120 credit-hour program that emphasizes core competencies in critical thinking, communication, and other managerial/leadership qualities throughout the curriculum.