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Baccalaureate Degrees

A student receiving a bachelor's degree from Thomas More College may receive a second bachelor's degree of a different type from Thomas More College, e.g. a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, after completing an additional 30 credit hours beyond the requirements for the first degree as well as all requirements for the second degree program.

Baccalaureate Majors

  • Major programs enable students to prepare themselves for:  
    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 major programs of study available to students seeking a Bachelor of Arts & Sciences include the following:

Accountancy Humanities
Art International Studies
Biology Mathematics
Business Administration Medical Laboratory Science
Chemistry Nursing
Communications Philosophy
Computer Information Systems Physics
Criminal Justice Political Science
Economics Psychology
Education (Early Elementary, Middle Grades, Secondary) Sociology
English Spanish
Environmental Science Sports Entertainment & Marketing
Forensic Science & Technology Theatre
History Theology


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.