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Academic Majors, Minors, Preparations & Licensure Programs

Muskingum University offers a wide choice of academic majors designed to help you prepare for postgraduate study or direct entry into the workplace. In addition to programs in the traditional arts and sciences, Muskingum offers a variety of interdisciplinary majors, pre-professional preparation and teacher licensure programs that enable you to tailor your education to your interests.

Please note that some majors (denoted with *) are available only in the Muskingum Adult Program (MAP) for transfer students with approved credentials.

Each of the links below leads to a subject area page, from which you can access a variety of information related to that major, including links to the department web pages.

Academic Majors (Bachelor's degree programs, BA/BS/BSN)
Pre-Professional
Preparation
Accounting
Accounting (Public)
American Studies
Art
Athletic Training
Biology
Business Management
Business Management* (MAP)
Chemistry
Chemistry (ACS certified)
Child and Family Studies
Christian Education
Communication
Community Heath*
Computer Science
Conservation Science
Criminal Justice
Digital Media Design
Earth Science
Economics
Education: Early Childhood
Education: Middle Childhood
Education: Special Education
Education: Health Education
Education: Physical Education
Engineering Science
English
Environmental Science
French
Geology
German
Health Administration
Health and Fitness
Health Science*
Healthcare Management*
History
Human Resource Mgmt.*
Humanities
Information Systems*
International Affairs
International Business
Journalism
Marketing
Marketing* (MAP)
Mathematics
Media Production
Molecular Biology
Music
Media Production
Medical Laboratory Studies*
Molecular Biology
Music
Music Education
Neuroscience
Nursing
Nursing (RN to BSN)*
Organizational Communication
Petroleum Geology
Philosophy
Physical Education
Physics
Physics Education
Political Science
Psychology
Public Affairs
Public Health Studies
Public Relations
Religion
Sociology
Spanish
Sports & Fitness Science*
Theatre
Self-Designed**

* These majors are available only to transfer students with approved academic preparation/credentials.  Courses are offered through the Muskingum Adult Program (MAP) in evenings and/or online.

** Students may construct a self-designed interdisciplinary major in an area of professional preparation or academic interest not currently available in the curriculum. (Requires faculty approval.)

Christian Ministry
Dentistry
Law
Medical Technology
Medicine
Pharmacy
Physical Therapy
Veterinary Medicine

Teacher Licensure____
Early Childhood
Middle Childhood
Special Education
Adolescent/Young Adult
Foreign Language
- French
- German
- Spanish
Physical Education
Art
Music

Academic Minors & Areas of Special Emphasis____________
Film Studies
Gender Studies
Pre-Law
TESL (Teaching English as a Second Language)
Forensic Chemistry
NOTE: Students may minor in most of the academic or interdisciplinary majors listed. Film Studies, Gender Studies, Pre-Law, and TESL exist only as minors.
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