The CLIMB Program offers five academic majors of study. They include Organizational Management, Global Management and Communications, Health and Human Services, Information Technology, and Criminal Justice Administration. Please click on the major descriptions below to view required courses for each major. For further information on the courses, place your mouse over the desired class.

The Organizational Management (OM) major consists of 10 modules focusing on organizational behavior, supervision, interpersonal skills, communication, and management training.
  • Module 1, Adult Development & Life Assessment(OM 415)

  • Module 2, Group and Organizational Dynamics (OM 310)

  • Module 3, Organizational Concepts (OM 425)

  • Module 4, Accounting and Finance for Managers (OM 340)

  • Module 5, Organizational Communications (OM 330)

  • Research Project Part I (OM 390A)

  • Module 6, Methods of Research and Analysis (OM 320)

  • Module 7, Human Resource Management (OM 435)

  • Module 8, Issues in Management (OM 445)

  • Module 9, Personal Values & Organizational Ethics (OM 455)

  • Module 10, Independent Research Project (Part II) (OM 390B)
The Health and Human Services (HHS) major consists of 10 modules focusing on organizational behavior, supervision, interpersonal skills, and management theory in health care and/or human services organizations.
  • Module 1, Adult Development & Life Assessment (HHS 415)

  • Module 2, Introduction to Health and Human Services Administration (HHS 310)

  • Module 3, Environmental Health (HHS 320)

  • Module 4, Organizational Concepts (HHS 425)

  • Module 5, Issues in Management (HHS 330)

  • Module 6, Accounting and Finance for Managers (HHS 335)

  • Module 7, Methods of Health and Human Services Planning (HHS 340)

  • Module 8, Methods of Funding in Health and Human Service Organizations (HHS 445)

  • Module 9, Human Resource Management (HHS 450)

  • Module 10, Independent Research Project (Part I) (HHS 390A)

  • Module 10, Independent Research Project (Part II) (GMC 450B)
The Information Technology (IT) major consists of 10 modules covering programming, quantitative methods, and systems analysis and design help to create functional systems in a structured way. Databases have become an integral part of the IT systems. The Database Management Systems module explains design and management. Skills learned will be put to the test in the project module, where a novel IT system will be designed and developed.
  • Module 1, Adult Development & Life Assessment (IT 415)

  • Module Module 2, Introduction to Information Technology (IT 301)

  • Module 3, Statistical and Quantitative Technologies (IT 302)

  • Module 4, Systems Analysis and Design (IT 304)

  • Module 5, Database Management Systems (IT 305)

  • Module 6, Database Programming (IT 303)

  • Module 7, Object Oriented Programming (IT 401)

  • Module 8, Web Application Programming (IT 404)

  • Module 9, Telecom and Networking Methods (IT 402)

  • Module 10, Design Project (Part I IT 405A)

  • Module 10, Design Project (Part II IT 405B)
The Criminal Justice Administration (CJA) major consists of 10 modules designed to provide students with the essential knowledge, skills and values for effective development and management positions in critical sectors of the field of criminal justice. It is specifically designed to meet the needs of adult learners who may have already established careers within the arena of law enforcement and the court systems, or those who aspire to attain gainful employment in these fields in the near future.
  • Module 1, Adult Development & Life Assessment (CJA 310)

  • Module 2, Introduction to Criminal Justice Systems (CJA 320)

  • Module 3, Criminology (CJA 330)

  • Module 4, Correctional Theory (CJA 340)

  • Module 5, Research Techniques & Analysis in Criminal Justice (CJA 350)

  • Module 6, Introduction to Criminal Justice Management (CJA 410)

  • Module 7, Criminal Investigation (CJA 420)

  • Module 8, Victimology (CJA 430)

  • Module 9, Ethics & the Administration of Justice (CJA 440)

  • Module 10, Action Research Project, (Part I), ARP Design (CJA 450A)

  • Module 10, Action Research Project (Part II) (CJA 450B)