Saint Peter’s University offers more than 50 majors and minors from biology and business to cytotechnology and criminal justice. We’ll help you refine your interests; just click through the choices below and see what matches your passion!
Learn to prepare and analyze crucial business information such as financial statements, tax returns and management reports.
Examine the interconnected historical, cultural, artistic and political forces of African-American, African and Caribbean peoples.
Develop an integrated understanding of American society by transcending the boundaries of traditional disciplines through an interdisciplinary approach to the study of the history, culture and society.
Applied Science and Technology
Build a strong foundation in biological chemistry, biotechnology and physics to prepare for graduate study or careers in industry, clinical laboratory testing, the health professions, or research.
Gain knowledge of art's historical development and structural forms, expand skills in analysis and evaluate artistic creations.
Asian and Asian-American Studies
Explore the vastness and complexity of the Asian experience, establishing a foundation in at least one Asian language and traveling/living in Asia.
Build a strong foundation in biochemistry, understand ethical and moral issues of the field as well as its impact on humanity, society and history
Biology students investigate and understand the structure, function and interrelationships of biological systems at all hierarchical levels: from cells to ecosystems.
Gain knowledge of the biomedical aspects of biotechnology through a multidisciplinary approach, applying concepts in mathematics, biology, chemistry, and physics.
Develop analytical, problem solving and data-driven decision making skills for business problems. Learn to respond to ethical dilemmas. Understand core concepts in marketing, management, finance, and accounting.
Learn to extract knowledge from data and drive decision-making through quantitative methods from statistics, computing and business.
Gain discipline-specific knowledge to manage and advance your career with data-driven decision making skills and ethical standards in business.
Work hands-on through laboratory, research and classroom experiences to build an in-depth knowledge of traditional and emerging areas of chemistry and biochemistry.
Effectively grasp the formation of anicent civilizations, whether in professional or colloquial environments.
The Department of Modern & Classical Languages provides an excellent preparation in numerous languages and literatures at the undergraduate level which will allow the student to communicate effectively in target languages other than English, both in professional and colloquial environments.
Clinical Laboratory Sciences Collaborative Program
Gain a Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Sciences with a concentration in Cytotechnology or a concentration in Medical Laboratory Science in this collaborative program with Rutgers University.
Communication and Media Culture
Study oral, written and visual communication through mediated theory, ethical practice, culture and skill-based learning. Prepare for careers in traditional and new media or further graduate study.
Computer and Information Sciences
Utilize our state-of-the-art computer labs and get hands-on learning in job-market driven computer languages, databases and applications, web development, network construction, and cyber security.
Build a strong foundation in law and justice, corrections, police administration, investigative sciences, intelligence analysis, and computer science and crime forensics.
Learn to understand cyber security threats and vulnerabilities, and be able to help defend computer systems against cyber-attacks.
Explore cell types and tissues of vertebrates on the microscopic and submicroscopic levels disposition of tissues in the various organs through hands-on laboratory.
Uncover new knowledge from data, and make an impact on nearly every field including business, health, science and the arts.
Build the exceptional performance record you'll need in science and mathematics courses for dental school. We'll help you plan for admission tests, select internships or research experiences, and apply.
Study how individuals and firms make optimal decisions and how governments can stabilize economic activity. Prepare for the application of these skills in professions in business, government, and higher education.
Prepare for teaching on all school levels and leadership in higher education. Develop the professional attitudes and behaviors that emphasize the enormous responsibility of an education professional.
Cultivate an appreciation of literature as an art, a recognition of its relation to life, and develop thinking, speaking, and writing skills.
Use creativity and problem-solving skills to apply ideas and methods from the natural and social sciences, business and humanities to maximize sustainability and generate solutions to environmental problems.
Study models for making short- and long-term financial management decisions, the valuation of financial assets, and the management of investment portfolios. Prepare to apply these skills in the financial sector.
Painting, Drawing and Sculpture skills and techniques are explored. An appreciation of Art History and Music broadens ones understanding of the impact art has on society.
Forensic science concentration provides a strong foundation in both analytic and critical thinking skills needed to approach the varied problems faced by forensic scientists today.
Merge a strong background in chemistry developed with theory, analysis, hands-on laboratory, research skills and data collection with forensic science principles, techniques and procedures.
Listen, speak, write and comprehend the French language and literature. Communicate effectively both in professional and colloquial environments.
Gender & Sexuality
Explore the social construction of gender, the significance of gender in structuring human social life, sexuality, and the contributions of women and LGBTQ individuals to history and culture.
Study visual concepts, using computer software and by hand to communicate ideas of design, printing, resolution, color, web and presentation to captivate consumers/clients.
Health and Physical Education
Gain a solid foundation in the physical, social, and behavioral sciences as well as in the principles of teaching and learning to promote wellness and fitness.
Health Information Management
Develop expertise in managing patient information and medical records, administrating computer information systems and coding of medical diagnoses and procedures in this collaborative program with Rutgers University.
Discover the patterns of history from stories of the ancient world and modern era. Gain understanding of events in context of time and place.
Examine global business and multinational corporations. Analyze and develop management strategies within the context of dynamics of political, legal, cultural and socioeconomic environments of the international business landscape.
Listen, speak, write and comprehend the Italian language and literature. Communicate effectively both in professional and colloquial environments.
Learn to gather, write and produce news for a variety of platforms with emphasis on principled and ethical practice to prepare for careers in media.
Latin American & Latino Studies
Enrich your academic, professional and personal understanding and expertise on Latin-America, the Caribbean, and Latino communities in the United States.
Design and get help planning your academic program path in preparation success with the LSAT exam, selecting internships, and applying to law school.
Understand the business activities involved in the flow of goods and services from production to consumption. Gather and analyze marketing data for executive decision making.
Enrich your thinking process focusing on essential concepts and techniques to "reason quantitatively, draw accurate conclusions from data, apply problem-solving strategies, and think analytically and logically".
Medical Laboratory Science
Gain a Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Sciences with a concentration in Medical Laboratory Science in this collaborative program with Rutgers University.
Build the exceptional performance record you'll need in science and mathematics courses for medical school. We'll help you plan for admission tests, select internships or research experiences, and apply.
Modern & Classical Languages
Listen, speak, write and comprehend targeted languages and literature. Communicate effectively both in professional and colloquial environments.
Discuss composers, styles and representative works within major time periods while exploring the vast selection of performance accomplishments.
Chose an interdisciplinary approach in Natural Science studying in biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, physics and psychology concentrations.
Practice competent, ethical and empathetic care to promote maintain and restore health utilizing the breadth of knowledge, skills, and values needed for professional nursing practice.
Prepare for a future career in pharmacy in this combined degree program with Rutgers University that leads to a Bachelors of Science from Saint Peter’s and a Doctor of Pharmacy from Rutgers.
Search for fundamental truths about the nature of human existence and develop the critical faculties to reason well, analyze problems, and articulate insights in oral and written form.
Ignite creative passion by learning digital and film camera operations and darkroom and lighting techniques. Develop a personal style while building a professional portfolio.
Prepare for a future career in physical therapy in this combined degree program with Rutgers University that leads to a Bachelors of Science from Saint Peter’s and a Doctorate in PT from Rutgers.
Prepare for a future career as a physicians assistant in this combined degree program with Rutgers University Seton Hall University that leads to a Bachelors of Science in Biology from Saint Peter’s and a Master of Science in PA from the respective partner school.
Study classical mechanics, electromagnetism, optics, atomic and nuclear structure, the special theory of relativity, quantum phenomena, molecular spectra, radioactivity, fission and fusion and elementary particles.
Interact, engage with and study every level of politics to become knowledgeable, politically active, and ethical citizens in your local community, country and as members of a global society.
Prepare for a career in pharmacy, physical therapy or as a physician assistant in these combined degree programs that lead to a Masters or Doctorate degree from the respective partner school.
Study the human mind and explore the various fields of psychology as an approach to solving problems and discovering new knowledge in a diverse world.
Prepare for a rewarding, high-impact career in government, nonprofit organizations, international institutions and private sector businesses that are dedicated to the public good.
Transform your personal life experience into academic pursuit and preparation for work in community affairs, local, state, or federal government, political office, public or private administration, human resources and urban planning.
Investigate illnesses and help treat cancer in this collaborative program between Saint Peter’s University and Englewood Hospital School of Radiography
Explore the thought and work of social justice, the thought and practice of nonviolence and peacemaking and the peace and justice teachings of the world’s faith traditions in this multi-disciplinary minor.
Examine Sociology both as a practicing profession and scientific discipline, learning research methods, concepts, theories, and findings about the social world.
Listen, speak, write and comprehend the Spanish language and literature. Communicate effectively both in professional and colloquial environments.
Acquire pertinent knowledge and industry insight to become successful sports executives, managers and professionals including sound leadership and choices in both successful and challenging circumstances.
Gain knowledge of theatre history, cultural and intellectual appreciation of the structural principles and style while becoming acquainted with culturally significant artists.
Embark on the mystery of God’s relationship with humanity, analyzing doctrinal, biblical, spiritual, historical, and moral issues that make up the tradition.
Examine of the human condition past and present holistically through ethnicity, social class, globalization, intercultural and gender sensitivity.
Develop skills, techniques and appreciation of the arts of Painting, Drawing, Sculpture and Art History. A professional portfolio is developed for a career in the arts.
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