Explore our Campus Academic Programs
At Saint Joseph’s College, you’re not a nameless face in the crowd. Our academic programming offers values-based learning that both prepares you for the real world, and addresses who students are socially, emotionally, and spiritually, creating purpose-filled leaders. Our programs at Saint Joseph’s offer real-life opportunities from your first day to your last, taking you off campus and beyond.
- Space for learning: Intimate class sizes allow and encourage one-on-one interactions with faculty, creating honest mentorships, many of which become lifelong.
- Evolved academics: Our academic programming refreshes in tandem with current workforce needs and new markets.
- Learning together: The Community-Based Learning program works with faculty, students, and community partners to design and implement community projects and experiences in many courses. In and out of the classroom, there are opportunities to engage in high impact, place-based, hands-on learning both on campus and in communities, enabling you to continue to grow and evolve.
Campus Undergraduate Programs
Major (M), minor (m) For key to other letters, please see below list of programs.
- Accounting (M)
- Art and Design (M)
- Biochemistry (M)
- Biology (M, m)
- Biology (M) with Secondary Education (m)
- Biology with Secondary Education (TA)
- Business Administration (M, m, tr, 3yr)
- Business and Sport Management (M)
- Business Communication (M)
- Chemistry (M, m)
- Classics (m)
- Coaching (m)
- Communications (M, m, tr)
- Criminal Justice (M, m, tr)
- Elementary Education (M)
- English (M, m)
- English (M) with Secondary Education (m)
- Environmental Science (M, m)
- Environmental Studies (M)
- Exercise Science (M, m)
Fitness Specialist (T)
Pre-Physical Therapy (T)
Sport Performance (T)
Pre-Chiropractic (T, ta)
- Film Studies (m)
- Finance (M)
- Fine Arts (M, m, tr)
- Gender Studies (m)
- Health & Wellness Promotion (M)
Pre-Occupational Therapy (T)
- History (M, m)
- History (M) with Secondary Education (m)
- Human Resource Management (M)
- International Business (M)
- Journalism (m)
- Leadership and Community Engagement (m)
- Management (M)
- Marine Science (M, m, tr)
- Marketing (M)
- Mathematics (M, m)
- Mathematics (M) with Secondary Education (m)
- Medical Biology (M)
- Nursing (M)
- Optometry (A)
- Pharmacy (P)
- Philosophy (M, m)
- Photography (m)
- Physical Education/Teacher Preparation (M)
- Physical Sciences (M) with Secondary Education (m)
- Political Science (M, m)
- Pre-Law (P)
- Pre-Optometry (M)
- Pre-Physician’s Assistant (M)
- Psychology (M, m)
Clinical Counseling (C)
Behavioral Neuroscience (C)
- Social Justice (m)
- Social Service Profession (m)
- Social Work (M)
- Sociology (M, m)
- Special Education (M)
- Sports Communication (M)
- Sport & Recreation Management (M, m)
Athletic Administration (T)
Sport Management (T)
Recreation Management (T)
- Sustainability Studies (m)
- Theology (M, m)
- Video Production (m)
- Writing (m)
- Writing & Publishing (M)
Concentration (C) – a focused area of study
Affiliation (A) and Partnership (P)– A formal agreement between SJC and another institution of higher education.
Transfer Agreement (TA) and Transfer from SMCC (tr) – a transfer agreement or transfer articulation agreement is a formal agreement between SJC and another institution of higher education outlining the transfer policies for a specific academic program.
Health Center Director Sheri Piers joins us to talk about our new face covering protocol, announced via email last week.
Congratulations to the following students!
Weekly series previewing our plans to bring our community back together in the safest, most responsible way for the fall semester.
President Jim Dlugos was a lead author of the "Sustaining Higher Education and Sustaining Maine" framework, a set of principles for safely reopening colleges across Maine this coming fall.
Saint Joseph’s College Announces Scholarship Recipients as Part of $1.45 Million Grant to Address Maine’s Secondary STEM Teacher Shortage
The first six selected recipients of the inaugural cohort of GFSTM Noyce Scholars announced.
Dr. Patricia Waters, the Sciences Department, and students Nate Domingue, and Samantha Medlin receive awards.