Programs of Study
Our degree programs have three parts. You will take courses in general education to help you develop the ability to think critically, to appreciate cultures other than your own, to write clearly and persuasively, and to contribute to society. Courses in your major will assist you in mastering the area you have chosen to pursue in depth. Elective courses are free choices in areas in which you have an interest, or courses which can strengthen your major program.
Our academic departments are listed below. Click on a department to learn more about academic offerings and degrees.
The Human Development & Family Studies program at Mitchell focuses on how people grow, develop, and change during the course of their lives.
When you study business at Mitchell, you’ll gain knowledge and skills valued by the business community and receive a well rounded education via a strong liberal arts program foundation.
The Communication Arts program at Mitchell College is an interdisciplinary major that provides students with entry-level skills in written, oral, interpersonal and visual communication.
Hospitality & Tourism
This bachelor degree program is designed to prepare students for a broad range of managerial roles across the hospitality and tourism industry.
Liberal & Professional Studies
Mitchell’s program in Liberal & Professional Studies is geared towards students who value independent thought, diversity and flexibility.
Sport & Fitness Management
The bachelor degree in the Sport & Fitness Management Department offers academic preparation in the specialized areas of Sport Management, Physical Education, Recreation Administration, Health & Fitness Management, and Sport Communication.
Humanities plays an integral role in the Liberal Arts foundation of the College by offering exposure to many disciplines, developing critical thinking, offering global perspectives, and exploring values and ethics.
Additionally, we are proud to offer Thames at Mitchell College as an entry option for students. Thames is a holistic college transition program for students with learning differences or students who would benefit from additional preparation to succeed in college—right on the campus of Mitchell College.