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African Diaspora Studies

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

World Languages and Cultures

The purpose of the minor in African Diaspora Studies is to provide students with a background in the histories and cultures of Africa, African Americans and the diverse African Diasporic communities around the world.

Africana Studies

Undergraduate | Certificate

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

World Languages and Cultures

Animation/Motion Design

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Art and Design

The minor in Animation/Motion Design allows students who are pursuing curriculums outside the BFA program to explore their interests in this unique and cutting-edge medium.

Anthropology

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Anthropology

The anthropology minor provides students with a broad background in anthropology, the comprehensive scientific study of people and their societies, past and present around the world. Students take course work in cultural anthropology, archaeology, and physical anthropology.

Archaeology

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Anthropology

The archaeology minor is designed to provide students with a firm grounding in North American archaeology. Course work focuses on the ancient and historic cultures of the Americas. Students are trained in archaeological methods and theory, with special focus on developing skills in archaeological field work.

Art

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Art and Design

Art and Design majors or students from other disciplines can pursue a minor in Art to explore various forms of artistic expression, including painting, drawing, sculpting, and photography.

Art History

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Art and Design

Art and Design majors or students from other disciplines can pursue a minor in Art History to explore the diverse history of various forms of artistic expression across the world.

Asian Studies

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Art and Design

Specialize in the artistic traditions, history, and culture of Asian countries by pursuing a minor in Asian Studies.

B.A. in Anthropology

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Arts

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Anthropology

The anthropology curriculum is designed to provide a liberal arts education that emphasizes the scientific study of humanity. Three areas of anthropology are covered: cultural anthropology, archaeology, and biological anthropology.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Anthropology and Education with an Endorsement in Elementary Education (K-6) program prepares students to make a difference in the lives of young children through a career in education with an emphasis on the scientific study of humanity.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Anthropology and Education with an Endorsement in P-3 and Teacher of Students with Disabilities program prepares students for successful careers in early childhood education with a broad understanding of the scientific study of humanity.

Bachelors + Masters

B.A. in Art

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Arts

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Art and Design

The Bachelor of Arts in Art with a Concentration in Studio Art at Monmouth University is designed to teach liberal arts students to express themselves in the plastic arts through visual media and to think and act creatively.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Art and Design, Curriculum and Instruction

The Art and Education with an Endorsement in K-12 Education in Art program develops students as artists, while preparing them to teach in public and private schools, museums, community art centers, and other settings.

Bachelors + Masters

B.A. in Art with a Concentration in Photography

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Arts

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Art and Design

The B.A. in Art with a Concentration in Photography provides a comprehensive look at the medium of photography and prepares students for a career in photography as well as the arts in general.

B.A. in Communication

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Arts

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Communication

Communication is everywhere, and in this rapidly changing global environment, we need ethical, persuasive, bold, diverse, and critical communicators who can wear many hats and are ready to help change the world. The Communication Studies cluster offers a well-rounded, flexible curriculum that teaches you to evaluate, design, integrate, present, and implement messages in order to solve problems in the real world.

Bachelors + Masters

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Communication

Journalism/Public Relations students develop a deep understanding of the contrasting media fields to prepare them for a wide variety of career opportunities. The faculty bring strong backgrounds to enable students to master everything from interviewing, reporting, and editing, to campaign planning, crisis communication, and social media strategy.

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Communication

In the Media Studies and Production cluster, students learn in impressive cutting-edge facilities that are welcoming and conducive to learning, guided by seasoned faculty with years of professional experience. Students acquire critical-thinking skills, combining theory and practice to create stories that matter.

B.A. in Computer Science

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Arts

School of Science

Computer Science and Software Engineering

Students enrolled in Monmouth University’s Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science engage in traditional computer science course work while pursuing additional elective options.

B.A. in Criminal Justice

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Arts

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Criminal Justice

Monmouth University’s criminal justice program is designed to provide a balanced and comprehensive overview of the nature and structure of the criminal justice system, with particular emphasis on criminal behavior and technology in the field.

Bachelors + Masters

B.A. in Criminal Justice with Social Work

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Arts

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Criminal Justice

By pursuing our dual degree program in social work, you will specialize in reducing crime by addressing societal issues such as addiction and domestic violence.

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Early Childhood and Elementary Education (K-6) and Teacher of Students with Disabilities (TSD) program candidates engage in real-world experiences by spending time in the classroom and learning how to navigate the needs of young children from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and young children with disabilities.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Early Childhood (P-3) and Teacher of Students with Disabilities program candidates engage in real-world experiences by spending time in the classroom, learning how to navigate the needs of young children from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and young children with disabilities.

Bachelors + Masters

B.A. in English

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Arts

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

English

Pursue your interest in writing and literature with Monmouth’s B.A. in English program. You will receive a comprehensive liberal arts education while completing reading, writing, and research assignments and exploring various works of literature.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The English and Education with an Endorsement in Elementary Education (K-6) program is designed to serve the various needs of students within the framework of traditional literary study, while preparing students for a career in elementary education.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The English and Education with an Endorsement in Secondary Education (9-12) program is designed to serve the various needs of students within the framework of traditional literary study, while preparing students for a career in secondary education.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The English and Education with an Endorsement in P-3 and Teacher of Students with Disabilities program is designed to serve the various needs of students within the framework of traditional literary study, while preparing students for a career in secondary education.

Bachelors + Masters

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

English

Pursue your interest in literature and creative writing with Monmouth’s B.A. in English with a Concentration in Creative Writing program. You will receive a comprehensive liberal arts education while exploring various works of literature and styles of creative writing, including fiction, non-fiction, and poetry.

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The English with a Concentration in Creative Writing and Education with Endorsement in Elementary Education (K-6) program offers students courses that focus on different genres of writing, while they prepare for a career in elementary education.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The English with a Concentration in Creative Writing and Education with Endorsement in Secondary Education (9-12) program offers students courses that focus on different genres of writing, while they prepare for a career in secondary education.

Bachelors + Masters

The English with a Concentration in Creative Writing and Education with Endorsement in P-3 and Teacher of Student with Disabilities program offers students courses that focus on different genres of writing, while preparing for a career in education.

Bachelors + Masters

B.A. in History

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Arts

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

History and Anthropology

The B.A. in History curriculum is designed to provide an understanding of the complex forces that have shaped the modern world. Course offerings in history provide students with a strong background in U.S. and European history, as well as in the history of Western Civilization.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The History and Education with an Endorsement in Elementary Education (K-6) program is designed to prepare students for a career in elementary education and provide an understanding of the complex forces that have shaped the modern world.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The History and Education with an Endorsement in Secondary Education (9-12) in Social Studies program is designed to prepare students for a career in education with an emphasis in Social Studies, and provide an understanding of the complex forces that have shaped the modern world.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The History and Education with an Endorsement in P-3 and Teachers of Students with Disabilities program is designed to prepare students for a career in education and provide an understanding of the complex forces that have shaped the modern world.

Bachelors + Masters

B.A. in History/Political Science

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Arts

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

History and Anthropology

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The History/Political Science Interdisciplinary and Education with an Endorsement in Elementary Education (K-6) program is designed to prepare students for a career in education and provide an understanding of the fundamentals of early and modern political thought and public policy.

Bachelors + Masters

The History/Political Science Interdisciplinary and Education with an Endorsement in Secondary Education (9-12) in Social Studies program is designed to prepare students for a career in education with an emphasis is Social Studies and provide an understanding of the fundamentals of early and modern political thought and public policy.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Interdisciplinary Studies for Elementary Educators (ISEE) program is designed for students interested in teaching general content subjects at the elementary (K-6) level.

Bachelors + Masters

B.A. in Music

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Arts

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Music and Theatre Arts

B.A. in Music students can explore applied music study in voice, piano, woodwinds, brass, guitar, and percussion while learning from award-winning producers, musicians, vocalists, theater professionals, and music industry executives.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Music and Education with an Endorsement in K-12 Education in Music program is designed for students looking to have a successful career music education and gain hands-on knowledge through field teaching experience and subsequent student teaching experience.

Bachelors + Masters

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Music and Theatre Arts

The B.A. in Music with a Concentration in Music Industry allows students to learn the areas of music associated with publishing, recording, marketing, talent acquisition, concert production, media relations, and merchandising. Monmouth is one of only a few schools around the country to offer a concentration in music industry.

Bachelors + Masters

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Music and Theatre Arts

Building upon a foundation in music, theatre, and dance performance, our B.A. in Music with a Concentration in Musical Theatre students are also trained in various areas of production and design. You will be taught by, and work alongside, seasoned professionals who have decades of experience on and off Broadway.

Bachelors + Masters

B.A. in Political Science

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Arts

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Political Science and Sociology

The Bachelor of Arts in Political Science is ideal for students who want to gain an understanding in the fundamentals of early and modern political thought, American government, international relations, comparative political systems, legal studies, gender studies, public policy, and research methods. With our immersive curriculum, you will foster a passion for civic engagement and challenge intellectual curiosity.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Political Science and Education with an Endorsement in Elementary Education (K-6) program is designed to prepare students for a career in education and provide an understanding in the fundamentals of early and modern political thought and public policy.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Political Science and Education with an Endorsement in Secondary Education (9-12) program is designed to prepare students for a career in education, with an emphasis in social studies, and provide an understanding in the fundamentals of early and modern political thought and public policy.

Bachelors + Masters

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Political Science and Sociology

The Bachelor of Arts in Political Science is ideal for students who want to gain an understanding in the fundamentals of early and modern political thought, American government, international relations, comparative political systems, legal studies, gender studies, public policy, and research methods. With our immersive curriculum, you will foster a passion for civic engagement and challenge intellectual curiosity.

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Political Science and Sociology

Monmouth’s B.A. in Political Science with a Concentration in Legal Studies degree program provides a framework for students interested in the law, from preparation for law school to a starting point for paralegal career opportunities.

B.A. in Psychology

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Arts

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Psychology

Monmouth’s B.A. in Psychology program allows students to explore the broad spectrum of opportunities within the field through skill development and hands-on experiences.

Bachelors + Masters

B.A. in Sociology

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Arts

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Political Science and Sociology

The Bachelor of Arts in Sociology is ideal for students interested in how people interact with each other and relate to the larger society around them. You will examine the relationships between social systems and individual choices while learning to contribute to the common good by working to positively change systems.

Bachelors + Masters

B.A. in Spanish

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Arts

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

World Languages and Cultures

Our B.A. in Spanish students practice communication and apply what they learn as they speak, listen, read, and write in the language. You will study Spanish through the lenses of culture, literature, film, pronunciation, media studies, and business while developing insight into the experiences of global citizens and communities.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Spanish and Education with an Endorsement in Elementary Education (K-6) program is designed to prepare students for a career in education with linguistic proficiency in a second language.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Spanish and Education with an Endorsement in K-12 Education in Spanish program is designed to prepare students for a career in education with linguistic proficiency in a second language.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Spanish and Education with an Endorsement in P-3 and Teacher of Students with Disabilities program is designed to teach students how to navigate the needs of young children from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and young children with disabilities, in addition to achieving linguistic proficiency in a second language.

Bachelors + Masters

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

World Languages and Cultures

Our B.A. in Spanish students practice communication and apply what they learn as they speak, listen, read, and write in the language. You will develop insight into the experiences of global citizens and communities while focusing your studies in the areas of communication and journalism.

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

World Languages and Cultures

Our B.A. in Spanish students practice communication and apply what they learn as they speak, listen, read, and write in the language. You will develop insight into the experiences of global citizens and communities while focusing your studies in the areas of communication, media studies, and production.

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Art and Design

The BFA in Design and Animation with a Concentration in Animation offers a versatile curriculum that addresses the expressive interests and career goals of our students. In this program, students explore all aspects of the animation process, including storyboarding, character and environment design, 3D modeling, rigging, animation, rendering, and sound.

Bachelors + Masters

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Art and Design

The BFA in Design and Animation with a Concentration in Graphic and Interactive Design is a professional degree program specifically created to prepare students for a career in graphic design and its many associated career directions. Our multi-faceted curriculum offers a unique approach to student development with comprehensive courses in print graphics, UI/UX design, web design, and motion graphics.

Bachelors + Masters

B.S. in Biology

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Science

School of Science

Biology

Biology reveals the complexity of life and the intricacies of nature. Students in Monmouth University’s biology program develop their critical thinking skills by conducting research in the laboratory and at field sites taking advantage of our Jersey Shore location. Graduates are preparing for careers in the natural sciences, graduate work, or professional school.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Biology and Education with an Endorsement in Secondary Education in Biology program provides real-world opportunities to students as they spend time the classroom, while exploring the science of life and the living organisms that make up the world around us.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Science

Biology

Students with an interest in genetics and biochemistry can concentrate their work in molecular cell physiology. As a discipline, molecular cell physiology studies the link between chemistry and biology, and how the interaction of molecules gives rise to life.

Leon Hess Business School

Accounting

Business Administration majors, with a concentration in accounting, are prepared for wonderful accounting careers. The accounting program fulfills all the undergraduate academic requirements to sit for the CPA exam. Many students choose to fulfill the—150 credit-hour requirement for the CPA license—by attending graduate school (here at Monmouth University) or by supplementing their undergraduate program with a minor or second concentration.

Bachelors + Masters

Leon Hess Business School

Economics, Finance, and Real Estate

With a concentration in economics, business students learn to use fundamental economic concepts and methods to analyze the impact of economic forces on decision-making. Course work focuses on micro, macro, labor, and ecological economics, as well as growth, development, globalization, and forecasting.

Bachelors + Masters

Leon Hess Business School

Economics, Finance, and Real Estate

With a concentration in economics, business students learn to use fundamental economic concepts and methods to analyze the impact of economic forces on decision-making. Course work focuses on micro, macro, labor, and ecological economics, as well as growth, development, globalization, and forecasting.

Bachelors + Masters

Leon Hess Business School

Economics, Finance, and Real Estate

Finance students learn to assess and price risk, apply finance theories to market analysis, and analyze corporate investment and financing decisions. Course work focuses on risk assessment, the risk and rewards of stocks and bonds, corporate finance management, financial accounting, capital formation, capital structure, banking, futures, options and other derivatives, long-term planning, and investment.

Bachelors + Masters

Leon Hess Business School

Economics, Finance, and Real Estate

Finance students learn to assess and price risk, apply finance theories to market analysis, and analyze corporate investment and financing decisions. Course work focuses on risk assessment, the risk and rewards of stocks and bonds, corporate finance management, financial accounting, capital formation, capital structure, banking, futures, options and other derivatives, long-term planning, and investment.

Bachelors + Masters

Leon Hess Business School

Marketing and International Business

Business is increasingly becoming global. As a result, being able to reach people from around the world is crucial. The Department of Marketing and International Business recognizes this need and addresses it through two concentrations in the undergraduate business administration program: Marketing, International Business.

Bachelors + Masters

Leon Hess Business School

Management and Leadership

The Management and Leadership curriculum within the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program provides both a broad understanding of all the business disciplines and an area of focus in one of three departmental concentrations. Through concentrations in the undergraduate business administration program.

Bachelors + Masters

Leon Hess Business School

Marketing and International Business

Business is increasingly becoming global. As a result, being able to reach people from around the world is crucial. The Department of Marketing and International Business recognizes this need and addresses it through two concentrations in the undergraduate business administration program: Marketing, International Business.

Bachelors + Masters

Leon Hess Business School

Marketing and International Business

Business is increasingly becoming global. As a result, being able to reach people from around the world is crucial. The Department of Marketing and International Business recognizes this need and addresses it through two concentrations in the undergraduate business administration program: Marketing, International Business.

Bachelors + Masters

Leon Hess Business School

Management and Leadership

The Management and Leadership curriculum within the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program provides both a broad understanding of all the business disciplines and an area of focus in one of three departmental concentrations. Through concentrations in the undergraduate business administration program.

Bachelors + Masters

Leon Hess Business School

Economics, Finance, and Real Estate

Finance students learn to assess and price risk, apply finance theories to market analysis, and analyze corporate investment and financing decisions. Course work focuses on risk assessment, the risk and rewards of stocks and bonds, corporate finance management, financial accounting, capital formation, capital structure, banking, futures, options and other derivatives, long-term planning, and investment.

Bachelors + Masters

Leon Hess Business School

Management and Leadership

The Management and Leadership curriculum within the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program provides both a broad understanding of all the business disciplines and an area of focus in one of three departmental concentrations. Through concentrations in the undergraduate business administration program.

Bachelors + Masters

B.S. in Chemistry

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Science

School of Science

Chemistry and Physics

Monmouth University’s chemistry programs prepare students for a broad range of careers by offering strong preparation in synthetic and analytical chemistry, small classes for enhanced learning and one-on-one interaction with professors, and opportunities to participate in research and other applied learning activities.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Chemistry and Education with an Endorsement in Secondary Education in Physical Sciences program prepares students for a career in education while exploring core concepts of the physical sciences in a cohesive and stimulating learning environment.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Chemistry and Education with an Endorsement in Secondary Education in Chemistry program prepares students for a career in education with an emphasis in chemistry, while exploring core concepts of the physical sciences in a cohesive and stimulating learning environment.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Science

Chemistry and Physics

The Advanced Chemistry concentration is an extended curriculum that provides a career-level foundation in all of the traditional subject areas of chemistry.

B.S. in Chemistry with a Concentration in Biochemistry

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Science

School of Science

Chemistry and Physics

Biochemistry is a rapidly growing field that appeals to students interested in both chemistry and biology. The Biochemistry concentration combines the core chemistry program with biology and biochemistry courses.

School of Science

Chemistry and Physics

By specializing in laboratory science, you will learn to operate sophisticated instruments and use biochemical, microscopic, molecular, and immunological techniques to analyze medical specimens.

Bachelors + Masters

B.S. in Computer Science

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Science

School of Science

Computer Science and Software Engineering

Monmouth University’s Bachelor of Science in Computer Science provides a broad, substantive overview and understanding of the many aspects of the 21st century computing professional.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Health and Physical Education with an Education Endorsement in K-12 program offers students core health studies and physical education aligned with both the State of New Jersey certification requirements and the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Bachelors + Masters

B.S. in Health Promotion

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Science

Marjorie K. Unterberg School of Nursing and Health Studies

Health and Physical Education

The need is rising for skilled experts to deal with all aspects of human health. The fields of medicine, nursing, physical therapy, physician assistant, wellness, healthcare management, nutrition, physical education, community and global health, and complementary health therapies are growing at record rates.

Bachelors + Masters

B.S. in Health Studies

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Science

Marjorie K. Unterberg School of Nursing and Health Studies

Health and Physical Education

The need is rising for skilled experts to deal with all aspects of human health. The fields of medicine, nursing, physical therapy, physician assistant, wellness, healthcare management, nutrition, physical education, community and global health, and complementary health therapies are growing at record rates.

Bachelors + Masters

B.S. in Homeland Security

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Science

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Criminal Justice

Monmouth’s criminal justice program is designed to provide a balanced and comprehensive overview of the nature and structure of the criminal justice system, with particular emphasis on preparation for careers in fields such as law, juvenile justice, corrections, criminal justice administration, and law enforcement.

Bachelors + Masters

B.S. in Marine and Environmental Biology and Policy

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Science

School of Science

Biology

Monmouth’s B.S. in Marine and Environmental Biology and Policy program will teach you to apply a foundational knowledge of science to pressing environmental

Bachelors + Masters

B.S. in Mathematics

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Science

School of Science

Mathematics

issues, laws, and policies. You will learn to analyze marine and terrestrial ecosystems and

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Mathematics and Education with an Endorsement in Elementary (K-6) Education program prepares students for a career in education with a strong foundation in mathematics.

Bachelors + Masters

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Mathematics and Education with an Endorsement in Secondary Education (9-12) in Mathematics program prepares students for a career in education with a strong foundation in mathematics.

Bachelors + Masters

B.S. in Mathematics with a Concentration in Statistics

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Science

School of Science

Mathematics

understand ways to conserve and manage our natural resources.

B.S. in Medical Laboratory Science

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Science

School of Science

Chemistry and Physics

By specializing in laboratory science, you will learn to operate sophisticated instruments and use biochemical, microscopic, molecular, and immunological techniques to analyze medical specimens.

Bachelors + Masters

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Political Science and Sociology

B.S. Software Engineering

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Science

School of Science

Computer Science and Software Engineering

Monmouth is one of very few universities in the nation offering an ABET-accredited Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering degree.

Bachelors + Masters

B.S.N. – Bachelor of Science in Nursing – Pre-Licensure

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Marjorie K. Unterberg School of Nursing and Health Studies

Health and Physical Education

With the rising healthcare needs of today’s society, there is currently a high demand for qualified registered nurses. To meet this demand and educate the nurses of tomorrow, Monmouth University is offering a pre-licensure Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program for students committed to a career in nursing. For professional nurses interested in career development, Monmouth also offers RN to BSN programs designed around the schedules of working registered nurses.

Bachelors + Masters

B.S.W. – Bachelor of Social Work

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Social Work

School of Social Work

The Bachelor of Social Work Program at Monmouth University is a fully accredited program by the Council on Social Work Education and introduces students to the knowledge, values, skills, and ethics necessary for competent practice of the social work profession.

Bachelors + Masters

B.S.W. in Social Work with Criminal Justice

Undergraduate | Bachelor of Social Work

School of Social Work

Monmouth University’s Social Work with Criminal Justice dual degree program prepares students to handle complex societal challenges that can affect the safety and wellbeing of a community.

Biology

Undergraduate | Minor

School of Science

Biology

Business Administration

Undergraduate | Minor

Leon Hess Business School

Economics, Finance, and Real Estate

The Department of Economics, Finance, and Real Estate offers a variety of undergraduate minors for students of all majors. Minor programs are designed to let students pursue a guided course of study in an area outside their major. No matter what professional path you chose, you’ll receive a contemporary business education—combined with a strong foundation in the liberal arts—that will help you meet your goals.

Leon Hess Business School

Economics, Finance, and Real Estate

The Department of Economics, Finance, and Real Estate offers a variety of undergraduate minors for students of all majors. Minor programs are designed to let students pursue a guided course of study in an area outside their major. No matter what professional path you chose, you’ll receive a contemporary business education—combined with a strong foundation in the liberal arts—that will help you meet your goals.

Leon Hess Business School

Economics, Finance, and Real Estate

The Department of Economics, Finance, and Real Estate offers a variety of undergraduate minors for students of all majors. Minor programs are designed to let students pursue a guided course of study in an area outside their major. No matter what professional path you chose, you’ll receive a contemporary business education—combined with a strong foundation in the liberal arts—that will help you meet your goals.

Chemistry

Undergraduate | Minor

School of Science

Chemistry and Physics

The Minor in Chemistry is designed to ensure that students complete a well-rounded distribution of course work so that they can explore and deepen their knowledge of all of the foundation areas of chemistry.

Childhood Studies

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Psychology

The minor in Childhood Studies allows you to specialize your learning and explore the childhood experience through the lenses of psychology, sociology, literature, criminal justice, education, and more.

Communication

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Communication

Minor in Communication to build a solid foundation in the ways in which we interact with one another by examining messaging throughout various forms of media and communication.

School of Education

Speech-Language Pathology

The Communication Sciences and Disorders Minor offers students an opportunity to explore areas such as language development, phonetics, and anatomy and physiology of the speech and hearing mechanism.

Computer Science

Undergraduate | Minor

School of Science

Computer Science and Software Engineering

The Computer Science Minor offers students a solid introduction to computer science that helps them develop critical thinking and problem solving skills, acquire object-oriented coding and debugging proficiencies, and work with software engineering concepts and/or computer architecture.

Creative Writing

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

English

Pursue your passion for creative writing with this minor where you will craft original pieces of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, study literature and theory, and workshop your projects with your peers.

Criminal Justice

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Criminal Justice

The minor in Criminal Justice provides an overview of the nature and structure of the criminal justice system with particular emphasis on criminal behavior and technology in the field.

Early Childhood P-3

Undergraduate | Endorsement

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Early Childhood P-3 Endorsement program addresses the needs of young children, Pre-School through Grade 3, from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and young children with special needs.

English

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

English

Specialize in literature studies and writing with a minor in English. This program allows you to develop transferable writing and analytical skills while exploring various works of literature across various time periods and cultures.

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The English as a Second Language (ESL) Elementary Education Endorsement program is for future educations to serve cultural and linguistic diversities in the educational setting.

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The English as a Second Language (ESL) K-12 Education Endorsement program is for future educators to serve cultural and linguistic diversities in the educational setting.

English as a Second Language – Secondary

Undergraduate | Endorsement

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The English as a Second Language (ESL) Secondary Endorsement program is for future educators to serve cultural and linguistic diversities in the educational setting.

Environmental Biology

Undergraduate | Minor

School of Science

Biology

Leon Hess Business School

Economics, Finance, and Real Estate

The Department of Economics, Finance, and Real Estate offers a variety of undergraduate minors for students of all majors. Minor programs are designed to let students pursue a guided course of study in an area outside their major. No matter what professional path you chose, you’ll receive a contemporary business education—combined with a strong foundation in the liberal arts—that will help you meet your goals.

Gender and Intersectionality

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Political Science and Sociology

A minor in Gender and Intersectionality encourages students to critically investigate gendered power relations in all fields of social life, including popular culture and the arts, through exciting course offerings.

General Management

Undergraduate | Minor

Leon Hess Business School

Economics, Finance, and Real Estate

The Department of Economics, Finance, and Real Estate offers a variety of undergraduate minors for students of all majors. Minor programs are designed to let students pursue a guided course of study in an area outside their major. No matter what professional path you chose, you’ll receive a contemporary business education—combined with a strong foundation in the liberal arts—that will help you meet your goals.

Geographic Information Systems

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

History and Anthropology

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a widespread technology that helps you with everyday navigational tasks and encompasses the broader science of managing, analyzing, and mapping geographic data. A minor in GIS provides a computational skill set complementary to many major fields of study.

Geography

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

History and Anthropology

The Minor in Geography provides a solid grounding in physical and cultural geography, mapping, and geographic information systems.

Gerontology

Undergraduate | Certificate

Marjorie K. Unterberg School of Nursing and Health Studies

Nursing

The 15-credit undergraduate Certificate in Gerontology is an interdisciplinary program that includes designated courses in Anthropology, Nursing and Health Studies, Psychology, Social Work, and Sociology.

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

World Languages and Cultures

Global Sustainability

Undergraduate | Minor

School of Science

The Global Sustainability Minor at Monmouth reflects the University’s commitment to be a leader in sustainability in the classroom, the region and the world community. Delivering enough of the trained professionals needed to help fix and sustain a better environment for tomorrow is of a top concern not only for the local community, but for the world.

Graphic and Interactive Design

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Art and Design

The Graphic and Interactive Design minor allows you to explore your passion for digital art with courses in graphic design, digital imaging, web design, and motion graphics.

Health Studies

Undergraduate | Minor

Marjorie K. Unterberg School of Nursing and Health Studies

Health and Physical Education

The need is rising for skilled experts to deal with all aspects of human health. The fields of medicine, nursing, physical therapy, physician assistant, wellness, healthcare management, nutrition, physical education, community and global health, and complementary health therapies are growing at record rates.

History

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

History and Anthropology

The History minor provides a broad overview of the past and assists students in honing their critical-thinking, reading, and writing skills. You may take course work in political, cultural, social, and military history in the areas of the United States, Europe, and the non-Western World.

Homeland Security

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Criminal Justice

Information Technology

Undergraduate | Minor

School of Science

Computer Science and Software Engineering

The Information Technology Minor provides students with essential proficiencies to help maximize their technological fluency.

Interactive Media

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Art and Design

Irish Studies

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

English

Specialize in Irish culture, language, literature, and history with this minor.

Italian

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

World Languages and Cultures

Immerse yourself in the Italian language with this minor by learning to speak, listen, read, and write fluently.

Journalism

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Communication

As a Journalism minor, you will hone your writing and reporting skills while crafting original pieces, exploring different styles of journalism, and building a broad foundation in communication studies.

Leadership Communication

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Communication

Enhance your resume and stand out in your field with the Leadership Communication minor. You will learn to lead and communicate effectively while developing your skills in public speaking, business ethics, and persuasion.

Legal Studies

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Political Science and Sociology

A minor in Legal Studies serves as an introduction to the broad interdisciplinary approach to the study of law. Offering a grounding in the fundamental principles of American national government, this minor also includes a core group of courses designed to develop the critical thinking and analytical skills required for law school.

Marketing

Undergraduate | Minor

Leon Hess Business School

Economics, Finance, and Real Estate

The Department of Economics, Finance, and Real Estate offers a variety of undergraduate minors for students of all majors. Minor programs are designed to let students pursue a guided course of study in an area outside their major. No matter what professional path you chose, you’ll receive a contemporary business education—combined with a strong foundation in the liberal arts—that will help you meet your goals.

Mathematics

Undergraduate | Minor

School of Science

Mathematics

The sequence of courses in the Mathematics Minor provides students with the necessary foundation in mathematics to be proficient in a world that is becoming more and more quantitative in nature.

Media Production

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Communication

Learn to produce innovative media using the cutting-edge technology found in our on-campus studios. You will gain a broad understanding of mediums such as television, radio, and digital media while developing crucial critical thinking and communication skills.

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Middle School Endorsements for Elementary Education Programs (English, Math, Science, Social Studies) program prepares future educators to teach in the Middle School setting, Grades 5-8.

Musical Theatre

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Music and Theatre Arts

Pursue your passion for musical theatre by adding this minor to your major program of study. Learn from our Broadway-seasoned faculty while you immerse yourself in acting, singing, dancing, and stage production.

Philosophy

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

World Languages and Cultures

Tackle life’s biggest questions as a Philosophy minor. Philosophy and the liberal arts not only provide an inquiry into every dimension of human life, but they teach techniques that can be applied to problems in any field or endeavor.

Philosophy and Religious Studies

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

History and Anthropology

Explore philosophical questions, belief systems, and societal structures throughout history with a Philosophy and Religious Studies minor.

Photography

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Art and Design

If you have an eye for setting up the perfect shot, you can practice your skills and showcase your talents with a Minor in Photography. You will learn advanced techniques including lighting, black and white photography, and documentary style photography.

Physics

Undergraduate | Minor

School of Science

Chemistry and Physics

Students who choose the Minor in Physics have the opportunity to deepen their understanding of the foundations of physics and its applications in other fields.

Political Science

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Political Science and Sociology

A minor in Political Science will help you understand government functions, international affairs, public law, and policy issues. It is flexible, so students can take courses to enhance their chosen major in anthropology, business, communication, criminal justice, history, education, English, social work, sociology, psychology, the sciences, and others. The Political Science minor offers knowledge and skills that students in all fields can use to enhance their careers and make them well-rounded and informed citizens.

Popular Music

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Music and Theatre Arts

Explore the way music has evolved and influenced society and culture with a Minor in Popular Music. Study genres such as blues, rap, rock, and jazz as you move through the decades of music history.

Professional Writing

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

English

Master the English language and prepare for a career in writing with a Minor in Professional Writing. You will build a strong foundational skill set while focusing your studies in areas such as creative writing and journalism.

Psychology

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Psychology

Enhance your undergraduate experience with a Minor in Psychology. After building a strong foundation in the discipline, you can choose from a number of exciting elective options.

Public History

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

History and Anthropology

Learn how to apply history to real-world scenarios with a Minor in Public History. You will conduct field work, research, and projects while developing the essential skills needed for a career as a public historian.

Public Policy

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Political Science and Sociology

A minor in Public Policy offers specialized courses in the areas of policy formulation, implementation, and evaluation. You will gain a firm understanding of the dynamics of the policy process at the federal, state, and local levels of government.

Public Relations

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Communication

A minor in Public Relations can prepare you for a career in this exciting area of communication. Discover the strategies behind campaign planning, crisis communication, digital content, and more.

Race and Ethnic Studies

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

History and Anthropology

As our societies become more diverse and globally connected, it is imperative that we develop cultural competency as we move forward. With a minor in Race and Ethnic Studies, you will become a global citizen through the interdisciplinary studies of the history, culture, geography, politics, sociology, and economics of Africans, African Americans, Asians, Native Americans, Latin Americans, and Muslim populations in the Middle East.

Religious Studies

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

History and Anthropology

Critically and thoughtfully engage with religion throughout history and in the world today with a Minor in Philosophy and Religious Studies. Given religion’s traditional and ongoing power to shape individuals and societies, religious literacy is imperative to responding to the diverse religious perspectives and phenomena that impact local and global contexts, both past and present.

Screen Studies

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Communication

If you’re passionate about all things movies and television, pursue a minor in Screen Studies to dive deep into the history and cultural impact of the medium.

Social Justice

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Political Science and Sociology

Social Services

Undergraduate | Minor

School of Social Work

Monmouth University undergraduates not majoring in Social Work have the option to complete a minor in Social Services. The minor consists of 16 credits and allows students to gain familiarity and perspective with social work practice and policy issues.

Sociology

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Political Science and Sociology

A minor in Sociology will help you understand how the social world is organized, as well as the connections between individuals and society. Students who minor in sociology can study social inequalities, social institutions, global issues, research methods, and social theory.

Spanish

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

World Languages and Cultures

Spanish minors can become fluent in the language while developing a skill set that will set them apart in the professional world. By learning to speak, listen, read, and write in Spanish, you will open new doors in your career and around the world.

Spanish for Business

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

World Languages and Cultures

Becoming fluent in Spanish is a marketable skill that is very valuable in today’s global business landscape. As a Spanish minor, you will learn to speak, listen, read, and write in the language while focusing on applying your skill set to professional business scenarios.

Spanish Language

Undergraduate | Certificate

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

World Languages and Cultures

Sports Communication

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Communication

Is your dream job to work in the dynamic and fast-paced world of professional sports? A minor in Sports Communication can help you get there. Learn the ins and outs of the business while developing skills in journalism, public relations, writing, broadcasting, and more that will help you break into the industry and kickstart an exciting career.

Statistics

Undergraduate | Minor

School of Science

Mathematics

The Minor in Statistics will give students both a foundation in calculus and specialized advanced knowledge in pure and applied statistics.

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Teacher of Students with Disabilities (TSD) Elementary Education enables students to teach Special Education at the elementary level and provides a wide range of opportunities, such as teaching in a resource room, self-contained setting, or a general education inclusive classroom.

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Teacher of Students with Disabilities (TSD) K-12 Education Endorsement enables students to teach Special Education and provides a wide range of opportunities, such as teaching in a resource room, self-contained setting, or a general education inclusive classroom.

School of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

The Teacher of Students with Disabilities (TSD) Secondary Endorsement enables students to teach special education and provides a wide range of opportunities, such as teaching in a resource room, self-contained setting, or a general education inclusive classroom.

The TSD endorsement can only be combined with programs following a content major coupled with Education and an Endorsement in Secondary or K-12. The endorsement requirements are included in the Education Programs with Elementary Education.

Theatre

Undergraduate | Minor

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Music and Theatre Arts

Pursue your passion for theatre by adding this minor to your major program of study. Learn from our Broadway-seasoned faculty while you immerse yourself in the storied history of the stage, refining your acting and stage production skills along the way.