• What Students Learn in Their Majors

    When students major in a particular subject, they are not simply taking a collection of courses but rather gaining knowledge and developing important skills and competencies that are reflective of a person educated in that discipline. The faculty at Monmouth University has identified the important areas of knowledge, skills, and competencies that students should be able to demonstrate upon completion of the curriculum in each program. Please use the available links to view the desired learning outcomes for each program listed.


    Leon Hess Business School

    Graduate

    • Masters in Business Administration (MBA) 

    Undergraduate

    • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration 

    Marjorie K. Unterberg School of Nursing and Health Studies

    Graduate

    • Master of Science in Nursing 

    Undergraduate

    • Bachelor of Arts in Health Studies 
    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing 

    School of Education

    Certificate

    • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) 

    Graduate

    • Master of Arts in Teaching 
    • Master of Science in Education - Principal Program 
    • Master of Science in Education - Supervisor Program 
    • Master of Science in Education Counseling 
    • Master of Science in Education - Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant 
    • Master of Science in Education - Reading Specialist Program 
    • Master of Science in Education - Special Education 
    • Master of Science in Education - Teaching English to Students 

    Graduate Endorsements

    • Early Childhood (P-3) 
    • English as a Second Language (ESL) 
    • Treacher of Student with Disabilities (TSD) 

    Undergraduate

    • All Undergraduate Education Programs 
    • Bachelor of Arts in Education 

    School of Science

    Certifications

    • Certificate in Information Technology 

    Graduate

    • Master of Science in Computer Science 
    • Master of Science in Financial Mathematics 

    Undergraduate

    • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 
    • Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science 
    • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science 
    • Bachelor of Science in Marine and Environmental Biology and Policy 
    • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics 
    • Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology 
    • Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering 
    • Bachelor of Science in Biology 

    School of Social Work

    Graduate

    • Masters of Science in Social Work 

    Undergraduate

    • Bachelor of Science in Social Work 

    Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

    Graduate

    • Master of Arts in Corporate and Public Communication 
    • Master of Arts in Criminal Justice 
    • Master of Arts in English 
    • Master of Arts in Liberal Arts 
    • Master of Arts in Psychological Counseling 
    • Master of Arts in Public Policy 
    • Mast of Arts in Psychological Counseling 

    Undergraduate

    • Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology 
    • Bachelor of Arts in Music 
    • Bachelor of Arts in Art and Related Degree Programs 
    • Bachelor of Arts in Communications 
    • Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice 
    • Bachelor of Arts in English 
    • Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Languages 
    • Bachelor of Arts in History 
    • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science 
    • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 
    • Bachelor of Arts in Sociology 
    • Bachelor of Arts in Theater Arts