Bachelor's Degrees (BA)
Bachelor's Degrees offer four areas of study that consist of at least 120 credits hours. Please see below for BA concentration areas per degree.
|AUF BA Degree||
Bachelor of Arts in Cultural Studies
|Bachelor of Arts in Digital Publishing and Communication||Digital Media|
|Bachelor of Arts in Food and Wine Studies||Culinary|
|Wellness, Health, and Nutrition|
|Real Estate Management|
|Special Event Management|
|Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design, Merchandising, and Media||Accessory Design and Technology Fashion|
|Communication, Promotion, and Media|
|Fashion Design and Technology|
|Fashion Merchandising, Marketing, and Retail|
A dual degree option that also grants a US bachelor's degree is available, in partnership with Fairfield University (CT, USA). See program page for details.
Gen Ed Requirements: Students must successfully complete at least 48 credit hours in approved General Education courses. Courses must be taken in areas outside of the student major area to satisfy the General Education requirement of AUF and consistent with General Education component distribution as detailed below:
7-10 core courses related to the specific area of study.
24-30 credits completed in selected concentration area.
Sufficient to reach a minimum of 120 credits (some programs require a higher credit load, please visit program page).
Please note: AUF requires an overall minimum grade point average of 2.00, with no more than one grade lower than C- in core courses.
For detailed information regarding each bachelor's degree program, objectives, and outcomes, please refer to the Academic Catalog.