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Undergraduate Programs

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We Have Your Major

Though you’ll love your time at Mercyhurst, we know you’re coming here to prepare for a meaningful career – and anything else life throws your way. For this reason, a Mercyhurst education focuses on providing you with the hands-on experiences that are essential to post-grad success, the building blocks for making it big.

Our approach: We begin with the end in mind. Every step of your undergraduate career will present you with new opportunities to grow as a professional, and at Mercyhurst University, you can choose from a variety of degree programs designed to help you meet your continuing education needs. 

The university offers more than 50 majors, along with a wide variety of minors and concentrations, and all courses are taught by faculty, not graduate students or teaching assistants.. This mix of more than 100 areas of study means you can design a program that will do more than help you earn a degree; it will help you focus and reach your career goals. 

Download the Undergraduate Course Catalog

 

 

Undergraduate Degree Programs

 

Anthropology/Archaeology Department

 

Applied Forensic Sciences Department

 

Applied Sociology & Social Work Department

 

Art Department

 

 

Biology Department

 

Business & Management

 

Catholic Studies Program

 

Chemistry & Biochemistry Department 

 

Communication Department

 

Criminology & Criminal Justice Department

 

Dance Department

 

Education Department

 

English Department

 

Fashion Merchandising Department

Geology Department

 

History Department

 

Hospitality Management Department

 

Intelligence Studies Department 

 

Interior Architecture and Design

 

Liberal Studies

 

Mathematics & Information Technology Department

 

Music Department

Nursing

Philosophy Department

 

Physics Department

 

Political Science Department

 

Psychology Department

 

Public Health Department

 

Religious Studies Department

 

 

Sports Medicine Department

 

Sustainability Department

 

World Languages & Cultures