As of 2015, the University of La Verne in California offers courses in the fields of American law, business administration, public administration, education and natural history. Among the degree types for these and other fields are the associate, bachelor of arts and bachelor of science, master's, certificates and doctorates.
A sample course from the American law field is American Legal Studies, which introduces students to the American legal system and the different career options within the field. This course is available on the undergraduate level. The Management of Information Technology course within the Master of Business Administration field relates accounting information and technology to business decisions. Among the topics covered are management accounting, product cost and management control.
Public administration courses include Urban Environments, which offers an analysis of the origins of cities and the nature of the cultures and communities within. The school offers this course on the undergraduate level. Group Counseling Skills is a course within the Educational Counseling program, and it offers students insights into groups within the school and how to counsel them. Twenty-five hours of practice accompany the degree.
The natural history field offers courses in natural history science that are less technical than the similar biology field.