The Digital Studies program provides a practitioner-based curriculum that produce well-rounded graduates who are prepared to excel in every aspect of media and emerging technology and meet global demands.
Liberal Studies B.A. (LIBA)
This major is an option for students whose educational or career goals or academic interests are not met by any of Stockton’s existing degree programs. The Liberal B.A. permits students to design a complete 128-credit interdisciplinary program suited to their individual needs and plans.
This LIBA major with a concentration in Community Leadership and Civic Engagement is an option for students to concentrate their individualized learning plans in community-engaged ways, and learn the knowledge, skills and values to participate meaningfully in their social environments.
This minor provides students with a balance of practical knowledge and advanced technology skills, as well as theoretical foundations to thrive in the digital world.
The minor in Jewish Studies provides an investigation and understanding of the cultural traditions of Judaism which has had a major impact on the literature, art, music, philosophy, science and social science of Western civilization.
This minor provides students with an understanding of the shared historical experience, languages, artistic traditions and cultures of Latin America and the Caribbean.
This area of study focuses on the response to environmental changes, identifying patterns of "forced migration," recognizing internally displaced people, developing inclusive policies and emergency plans, and focusing on different experiences of migration.
This minor provides students opportunities to learn about and to practice diverse forms of writing, such as expository writing, creative nonfiction, poetry, research writing, and digital writing.
First-Year Studies (FRST)
This program serves as an introduction to university work by offering small class sections taught by select faculty who are committed to helping students improve their academic skills.
First-Year Seminars are an integral part of the first-semester experience at Stockton. Students can take a variety of classes while working on the essential elements of critical reading, writing, speaking and listening, and information literacy.
This HRC helps future generations by sponsoring awareness programs and exhibits, providing workshops and seminars to train those teaching the Holocaust, and by making available printed and audio-visual material to students, educators, and scholars.
The mission of the Office of Global Engagement is to prepare our students for changing circumstances in a multicultural and interdependent world. By serving as the gateway for cross-cultural learning we enrich the Stockton community and educational environment.
Murphy Writing of Stockton University offers programs in the US and abroad to help writers develop their craft. When writers immerse themselves in these challenging and supportive workshops and an encouraging community, they often make breakthroughs in their art.
The Quantitative-Reasoning-across-the-Disciplines (QUAD) program serves to encourage the infusion of quantitative reasoning throughout the curriculum and to assure that all students enhance their mathematical skills.
The Office of Service-Learning provides the Students, Faculty/Staff and Community Partners of the Stockton University community with opportunities to engage in "Service with a Purpose".
The MAHG curriculum provides outstanding preparation for teachers, human rights professionals, museum curators, librarians, clergy, students planning to go on to PhD study, and others interested in Holocaust and Genocide Studies.
This online program offers rigorous instruction in frameworks of and strategies for genocide prevention based on ethical insights of liberal arts study. It is the first graduate Certificate program of its kind of both in the USA globally.