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Monmouth University

Undergraduate Academic Programs

Monmouth University offers the following undergraduate majors.


Art (Studio Art)

Art with a Concentration in Photography


Biology with a Concentration in Molecular Cell Physiology

Business Administration, Accounting Concentration

Business Administration, Economics, Finance, and Real Estate Concentrations

Business Administration, Management and Leadership Concentrations

Business Administration, Marketing and International Business Concentrations


Chemistry with a Concentration in Advanced Chemistry

Chemistry with a Concentration in Biochemistry

Clinical Laboratory Sciences with a Concentration in Medical Laboratory Sciences


Computer Science

Criminal Justice 

Education (options in Elementary (K-6),Secondary (9-12), K-12, and P-3 with Teacher of Students with Disabilities)


English with a Concentration in Creative Writing

Fine Arts in Design and Animation with a Concentration in Animation

Fine Arts in Design and Animation with a Concentration in Graphic and Interactive Design

Foreign Language/Spanish Concentration and Communication (Journalism Cluster)

Foreign Language/Spanish Concentration and Communication (Media Studies and Production Cluster)

Foreign Languages with a Concentration in Spanish

Health Promotion

Health Studies


History/Political Science

Homeland Security

Marine and Environmental Biology and Policy


Mathematics with a Concentration in Statistics

Medical Laboratory Science


Music with a Concentration in Music Industry


Political Science

Political Science with a Concentration in International Relations


Nursing, RN to BSN

Social Work


Software Engineering

Five-Year Baccalaureate/Master’s Programs

Monmouth’s B.A./M.A. programs offer the opportunity for motivated students to earn both an undergraduate and a graduate degree in just five years.

Graduate + Doctoral Programs

Advance your skills, and your career potential, by engaging in a graduate or doctoral program at Monmouth.


Certificate programs are a great way to expand your education and credentials, whether as a standalone course of study or in combination with a full degree program.