Academics at TMC

Academics

Thomas More College is a great place to start, grow or expand your career.

Since its founding as a teacher's college in 1921, Thomas More College has grown into a highly-regarded, modern co-educational Catholic institution with a robust offering of programs for undergraduate and graduate students. With a course catalog that includes approximately 40 Baccalaureate Majors, 29 Associate Majors and several Graduate Degrees, Thomas More College is a great place to start, grow or expand your career.  A variety of majors and areas of study are available, spanning liberal arts and sciences, business, medical technology and nursing.

Our graduates are educated in the Catholic intellectual tradition for their whole life.  They have either successfully moved into the workforce where they can put into place the knowledge gained, or applied their degrees to further study.

An accomplished and highly regarded faculty will nourish your mind and help you achieve your educational goals and equip you with the knowledge, leadership skills and understanding you seek to transform the world.  Browse our course offerings below and see where you would like to begin your career.

Thomas More College awards the following degrees:

Master of Arts in Teaching
Master of Science in Athletic Training
Master of Business Administration
Master of Arts in Ethical Leadership
Master of Education Teacher Leader
Bachelor of Arts/Sciences/Fine Arts
Bachelor of Elected Studies
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Bachelor of Business Administration (accelerated, adult program)
Associate in Arts
Associate in Elected Studies

Major Fields of Study

Baccalaureate Majors are a primary area of student designed to prepare students for the following:
  • Graduate work in the various fields of preparation;
  • Entrance to professional schools of dentistry, engineering, law, medicine, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, and related professions; and
  • Employment in a variety of fields such as teaching, social work, medical technology, nursing, engineering, industry, and business among others.
The Baccalaureate Majors available are:

Accountancy
Art
Art - Music Concentration

Art History
Athletic Training
Biology
Biology - Marine Biology Track

Biochemistry
Business Administration
Chemistry
Communication
Communication and Theatre
Computer Information Systems
Criminal Justice
Economics
Education
English
Environmental Science
Ethical Leadership Studies


History
Humanities

International Studies
Laws
Management Information Systems
Mathematics
Medical Laboratory Science
Nursing
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Sociology
Spanish
Sports & Entertainment Marketing
Theatre
Theatre and Communication
Theology

   
Thomas More College offers minors to complement the baccalaureate majors. Minors are designed to increase knowledge or skills for student interest and to improve career preparedness. Minors currently available are:
Multimedia Design  
   
The Associate Majors available to Thomas More students are:
Accountancy
Art
Art History
Biology
Business Administration
Chemistry
Communication
Computer Information Systems
Criminal Justice
Economics
English
French
Gerontology
History
Humanities
International Studies
Management
Mathematics
Music
Non-Profit and Public Administration
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Pre-Legal Studies
Psychology
Sociology
Spanish
Theatre
Theology
Web Design

Multidisciplinary majors are also possible for the creative student who wishes to plan his/her own major program as an alternative to the above majors. The multidisciplinary approach to a major program paves the way for majors that are responsive to the contemporary student's quest for relevance and meaning, while not relaxing the standards which the College has set for the more traditional majors. A multidisciplinary major is defined as an academic program focusing on a significant global problem. It must receive approval from the Vice President for Academic Affairs and the student must have a sponsoring advisor.

The flexibility of the Thomas More academic program enables many students to complete the requirements for two majors.

For a full program inventory, including classification of instructional program (CIP) codes, please click here

Start your journey to Become a Saint by scheduling a personalized campus visit, today!

We invite you to check out the varied academic programs, faculty, staff and all Thomas More College has to offer by visiting our academic departments and class offerings or you can contact a member of our admissions department by dropping us a line via mail, email admissions@thomasmore.edu or calling us at 859-344-3332.