Programs of Study

Stockton has 27 undergraduate degree programs administered through its five divisions - Arts and Humanities, General Studies, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Professional Studies and Social and Behavioral Sciences. There are also opportunities for a Liberal BA degree. For an overview of each program, see Academic Programs. Stockton offers graduate degrees in Business Studies, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Instructional Technology, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Education, and Physical Therapy. For an overview of each program, see Graduate Programs. To check course requirements for each individual degree, click on the the desired major below. To view these documents properly you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader properly installed on your computer. This is available free of charge and can be downloaded by clicking here.

 

Visual Arts (Studio Arts BFA)

Performing Arts (Dance, Theatre)

Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Humanities
(Communication, Languages, Literature, History, Philosophy)
Health Sciences
(Nursing (BSN, RN to BSN), Public Health, Health Science, Exercise Science)
Business
(includes Computer Science & Hospitality & Tourism Management)
Social & Behavioral Sciences

General Studies (Minors)

Global Studies Minor

School of Education Programs
List of All Minors Graduate Degree Programs