The Division of Academic Affairs functions as the primary coordinating unit for academic programs and academic support operations. The division coordinates the allocation of instructional and research funds and other resources, works to improve the quality of instruction, correlates the evaluation of instructions, and establishes policy on faculty appointment, evaluation, promotion, and tenure.
The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) houses the Departments of Environmental Studies, Mathematics & Statistics, Chemistry, Philosophy & Religious Studies, History, Government, English & Foreign Languages, as well as the Division of Anthropology and Archaeology (Florida Public Archaeology Network), School of Fine, Performing, and Communication Arts (Art, Communication Art, Music, Theatre), School of Allied Health and Life Sciences (Biology, Health Science, Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Nursing, Public Health), School of Psychological and Behavioral Sciences, and the School of Science and Engineering (Computer Science, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Physics).
In addition, the Honors Program, Advising Center, Student Success Program, and University General Studies curriculum are part of CAS.
The College of Business (COB) is comprised of three departments: Accounting and Finance, Management and Management Information Systems and Marketing and Economics, and offers a total of seven undergraduate majors. AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, accredits all COB programs. Fewer than 5% of business schools worldwide have earned this symbol of the highest standard in management education.
The College of Professional Studies (COPS) is comprised of: the School of Education, the School of Justice Studies and Social Work, the Department of Applied Science, Technology and Administration, the Department of Research and Advanced Studies, and the Department of Health, Leisure, and Exercise Science. COPS builds for tomorrow through a commitment to community service and scholarship.