Programs of Study

Stockton University's undergraduate degree programs are administered through its schools - Arts and Humanities, General Studies, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Business, Education, and Social and Behavioral Sciences. There are also opportunities for a Liberal BA degree.

Stockton offers a variety of graduate degrees in American Studies, Business Studies, Criminal Justice, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Instructional Technology, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Education, Social Work, Communications Disorders, Data Science and Strategic Analytics, Professional Science Masters, and the Doctor of Physical Therapy. 

 Click here for a complete alphabetical listing of academic schools and programs for both undergraduate and graduate programs.  Detailed descriptions about the programs are provided along with curriculum worksheets.  Information is also provided on this link about minors, dual-degrees and certificates.

Visual Arts (Studio Arts BFA)

Performing Arts (Dance, Theatre)

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

Liberal Arts Degree (LIBA)

General Studies (Minors)


School of Education Programs
Faculty Leaders Graduate Degree Programs