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Hartford University is an accredited online university that is revolutionizing what you expect from adult education. The following schools offer richly rewarding programs that deliver measurable results—personally and professionally.

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School of Technology

Build advanced tech skills using enterprise systems currently in use by leading organizations.

School of Business
Choose from four degree programs and six specializations to increase your marketability and earning power.Business Executive
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School of Education

Prepare for the contemporary learning challenges facing every organization today.
School of Psychology
Master the knowledge and practice proficiencies expected of professional psychologists.
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School of Human Services

Select from a broad range of specializations, including counseling, social work, criminal justice and health care administration.
School of Religion and Theology
The Religious Studies Program is designed to provide an interdisciplinary framework within which, students can take courses to explore the nature of religion, theology and its impact upon human culture, past and present.



Course Offerings

COURSE NUMBERING SYSTEM
Number Eligibility
000-099 Non-credit course
100-199 Primarily freshman course
200-299 Primarily sophomore course
300-399
Junior, senior course not acceptable for credit toward graduate degrees
386-387 Campus-wide internship courses; refer to information describing Experiential Learning
400-499
Junior, senior course acceptable for credit toward some graduate degrees
500-599 Professional School course (Dentistry, Architecture, Law, Medicine) or post-baccalaureate course
600-899 Course restricted to graduate students
799 Master Thesis credit

ENCE Engineering, Civil
ENCH Engineering, Chemical
ENCO Engineering, Cooperative Education
ENEE Electrical & Computer Engineering
ENES Engineering Science
ENFP Engineering, Fire Protection
ENGL English
ENMA Engineering, Materials
ENME Engineering, Mechanical
ENNU Engineering, Nuclear
ENPM Engineering, Professional Masters
ENRE Reliability Engineering
ENSP Environmental Science and Policy
FMST Family Studies
FOLA Foreign Language
FREN French
GEMS Gemstone
GEOG Geography
GEOL Geology
GERM Germanic Studies
GREK Greek
GVPT Government and Politics
HEBR Hebrew
HESP Hearing and Speech Sciences
HIST History
HLHP Health and Human Performance
HLTH Health
HONR Honors
HORT Horticulture
ITAL Italian
IVSP Individual Studies Program
JAPN Japanese
JOUR Journalism
JWST Jewish Studies
KNES Kinesiology
KORA Korean
LARC Landscape Architecture
LASC Certificate in Latin American Studies
LATN Latin
LBSC Library Science
LING Linguistics
MATH Mathematics
MEES Marine-Estuarine-Environmental Sciences
METO Meteorology
MUED Music Education
MUET Ethnomusicology
MUSC School of Music
MUSP Music Performance
NFSC Nutrition and Food Science
NRMT Natural Resources Management
NRSC Natural Resource Sciences
PHIL Philosophy
PHYS Physics
PLSC Plant and Life Sciences
PORT Portuguese
PSYC Psychology

REGL Religious Studies
RUSS Russian
SLAV Slavic
SOCY Sociology
SPAN Spanish
STAT Statistics and Probability
SURV Survey Methodology
THEO Theology

THET Theatre
HUEI English Institute
UNIV University/World Courses
URSP Urban Studies and Planning
WMST Women's Studies

AASP Afro-American Studies
AGNR Agriculture and Natural Resources
AGRO Agronomy
AMSC Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computation
AMST American Studies
ANSC Animal Science
ANTH Anthropology
ARAB Arabic
ARCH Architecture
AREC Agricultural and Resource Economics
ARHU Arts and Humanities
ARSC Air Science
ARTH Art History & Archaeology
ARTT Art Studio
ASTR Astronomy
BCHM Biochemistry
BIOM Biometrics
BMGT Business and Management
BSCI Biological Sciences Program
BSOS Behavioral and Social Sciences
CC
JS Criminology and Criminal Justice
CHEM Chemistry
CHIN Chinese
CLAS Classics
CMLT Comparative Literature
CMPS Computer, Mathematical and Physical Sciences
Com Sci Computer Science
COMM Communication
CPSP College Park Scholars Program
DANC Dance
EALL East Asian Language and Literature
ECON
Economics
EDCI Curriculum and Instruction
EDCP Education Counseling and Personnel Services
EDHD Education, Human Development
EDMS Measurement, Statistics, and Evaluation
EDPL Education Policy and Leadership
EDSP Education, Special
EDUC Education
ENAE Engineering, Aerospace
ENBE Biological Resources Engineering



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