Explore over 200 majors offering one-year certificates, two-year associate degrees, two-year transfer programs and select baccalaureate degrees.
All of Vincennes University's majors - listed A to Z
Be advised, some majors may have been renamed or deleted since the start of the current school year. These updates/changes take affect with the fall 2015 semester and will be reflected in the 2015-2016 catalog. Find the latest updates to majors.
If you are unsure of your major, try visiting our colleges to research fields of study in one of the following areas: Business and Public Service, Health Sciences and Human Performance, Humanities, Science, Engineering, and Mathematics, Social Science, Performing Arts, and Communications, or Technology.
University Core Curriculum
The University Core Curriculum (UCC) is an integral component of the learning process at Vincennes University. The UCC encompasses learning outcomes that the faculty of Vincennes University have established as a minimum expectation of students graduating from Vincennes University. The UCC Outcomes along with the Indiana Statewide Transfer General Education Outcomes describe the knowledge, skills, abilities, and attitudes students should demonstrate upon program completion. These courses help prepare our students for future careers and educational pursuits.
Certificate of Graduation
In addition, you can now earn a Statewide Transfer General Education Core (STGEC) Certificate of Program Completion that offers guaranteed transfer of a 30 credit hour block of courses to any Indiana-funded college or university.
Career counseling is available to help with career planning through the Office of Career and Employer Relations. Assistance is available if you are undecided on a major or interested in researching program options available at Vincennes University. If you are interested in continuing their education after completion of their associate degree, use our resources to research school options for transfer. Adults re-entering the workforce or considering a career transition may also contact us for assistance. Another useful tool is the Career Cruising software program. It offers occupational links, related program majors, and college profiles.