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  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.S.B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Accounting has long been one of Stonehill’s most popular majors and one that attracts many of the Northeast’s best students.
    Why Accounting?
    • Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International
    • Broad-based liberal arts foundation and business core prepares students with wide portfolio of skills
    • Graduates among the highest scorers on the CPA exam 
    • Enviable record of sending graduates to join major accounting firms 
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.S.
    Department Interdisciplinary
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Actuarial Mathematics degree at Stonehill equips students to become actuaries and pursue other analytics careers. It also prepares them to take the first four exams of the Casualty Actuarial Society and the Society of Actuaries.
    Why Actuarial Mathematics?
    • Faculty mentors with experience and knowledge of how to succeed in the field
    • Interdisciplinary program brings together resources and opportunities to provide a strong foundation in mathematics, business administration and liberal arts
    • Emphasis on leadership development helps graduates advance in the field
  • Certificate
    Program Type Certificate
    Department Partnership Program
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Certificate in Advanced Manufacturing & Integrated Photonics Program is a partnership initiative designed to equip participants with the skills and experience needed to thrive in this burgeoning market.
    Why Advanced Manufacturing & Integrated Photonics?
    • Access faculty at three academic institutions in one of the few photonics technician programs in the U.S.
    • Gain skills that increase marketability in other technical fields, e.g. robotics, electronics, and materials
    • Benefit from a 10-week apprenticeship requirement that delivers valuable workplace experience
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.A.
    Department Interdisciplinary
    Mode of Study On Campus
    American Studies explores issues related to the American nation, its cultures and the histories of its peoples. It draws on faculty in history, English, sociology, communication, political science, economics, arts and religious studies.
    Why American Studies?
    • Better understand the American nation, its cultures and the diverse histories of its peoples and communities
    • Skills in critical inquiry, communication, cultural knowledge and self-reflection
    • Popular, practical and enriching double major choice for students in education, English, political science or business. 
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Anthropology program at Stonehill focuses on the holistic study and understanding of other cultures from an insider’s point of view and explores the diverse ways in which human beings perceive and order the social world.
    Why Anthropology?
    • Offers professional research opportunities through our Stonehill Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) and the Downtown Center for Community Engagement 
    • Complements several programs at the College, including languages, international business, healthcare administration, political science, arts administration, environmental studies and history.  
    • Reflecting our Congregation of Holy Cross roots, the program helps students see that all people have dignity, are worthy of respect and offer something to our understanding of what it means to be human. 
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Arabic Minor at Stonehill introduces students to the Modern Standard Arabic language as well as integrates aspects of Arabic history, culture, and contemporary events and issues.
    Why Arabic?
    • Minor can be combined with any number of majors, giving students a competitive advantage and unique set of skills
    • Minors are encouraged to study abroad, expanding their global knowledge and leadership
    • The study of languages, literatures and cultures is a cornerstone of the liberal arts education
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Art History minor at Stonehill blends in-depth study of artistic periods and individual artists’ styles with experiential learning that can put students in a local teen art program or in a museum halfway around the world.
    Why Art History?
    • Emphasis on experiential learning through internships at art galleries and museums 
    • Promotes the investigation of connections between art and other disciplines such as history, psychology, gender studies and religious studies 
    • Exception record of career placements, including work as scholars, art therapists, art administrators, curators or museum educators 
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Arts and visual culture majors at Stonehill concentrate in one of three areas: Arts Administration, Studio Arts or Visual Studies. The program offers minors in arts administration, studio arts or art history.
    Why Arts & Visual Culture?
    • Opportunity to gain a strong foundation in the managerial, artistic or theoretical applications of the visual arts 
    • Integrated approach mirrors the contemporary professional world 
    • Provides depth of experience and training to navigate between traditional roles in visual arts careers 
  • Concentration, Minor
    Program Type Concentration, Minor
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Arts & Visual Culture major – Arts Administration concentration and Arts Administration minor serve those who aspire to work in a museum, performing arts company, non-profit organization or other cultural institutions.
    Why Arts Administration?
    • Opportunity to gain a strong foundation in the managerial, artistic or theoretical applications of the visual arts  
    • Integrated approach mirrors the contemporary professional world  
    • Provides depth of experience and training to navigate between traditional roles in visual arts careers 
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Department Interdisciplinary
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Asian Studies program is an interdisciplinary minor that explores the history, culture and societies of Asia – a vitally important region in the global economy and international politics.
    Why Asian Studies?
    • Program provides foundational knowledge and background for further study or career advancement  
    • Interdisciplinary minor offers courses from multiple departments, including history, English, religious studies, political science and foreign languages, among others 
    • Many Asian Studies students study abroad at programs in China, Japan, South Korea and Thailand
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.S.
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Stonehill offers both a B.A. and a B.S. in Astronomy. Students are individually mentored on a one-to-one basis, benefit from the use of our astronomical observatory and start research projects by the end of their sophomore year.
    Why Astronomy?
    • Strong one-on-one faculty mentoring tailored to your goals 
    • Affiliations with renowned research institutions provide opportunities for valuable professional research experiences 
    • Gained mathematics, science and computational skills provide competitive advantage in many fields  
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.S.
    Department Chemistry
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Stonehill’s Biochemistry program draws on the disciplines of biology and chemistry. It combines technical training and the liberal arts, resulting in superb scientists who are also well-rounded lifelong learners.
    Why Biochemistry?
    • All labs taught by professors, not teaching assistants
    • Work with equipment typically available only in grad school
    • Extensive research and internship opportunities
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.S.
    B.A.
    Department Biology
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Stonehill Biology program prepares students for life sciences graduate programs and professional programs in medical, allied health and environmental fields. It also prepares graduates for direct entry into the workforce.
    Why Biology?
    • Small class sizes, dedicated faculty ensure students get the support they need to succeed
    • Extensive laboratory and fieldwork opportunities
    • Liberal arts context leads to superb scientists who are also well-rounded lifelong learners 
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Business Administration minor allows liberal arts or science majors to explore each of the functional areas of business at a beginning level to better prepare them for eventual careers within a business environment. 
    Why Business Administration?
    • Gain a broad exposure to each of the functional areas of business 
    • Elective courses allow you to dive deeper on one or more business disciplines 
    • Minor stresses the important of courage and conviction in a global environment 
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Department Interdisciplinary
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Catholic Studies at Stonehill is an interdisciplinary and ecclesiastically oriented major that engages students not just in history but also in contemporary issues – social, economic and political.
    Why Catholic Studies?
    • Fosters critical thinking, free inquiry and the interchange of ideas 
    • Interdisciplinary nature integrates courses of study from different departments by providing students with opportunities to explore Catholicism from multiple perspectives
    • Library provides students with above average quality and quantity of books available for undergraduate Catholic Studies programs
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.S.
    B.A.
    Department Chemistry
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Stonehill adeptly combines technical training with the liberal arts so that its graduating chemistry majors are not only superb scientists but also well-rounded lifelong learners.
    Why Chemistry?
    • Program combines technical training with the liberal arts so that our graduating chemistry majors are not only superb scientists but also well-rounded lifelong learners. 
    • Accessible faculty is dedicated to working with students and to maintaining themselves as some of the best educators and researchers in the field. 
    • About 50 percent of our chemistry graduates continue their education in doctoral programs where all have been awarded full tuition fellowships and are paid stipends to cover living expenses.
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Chinese minor introduces students the Mandarin language and explores the Chinese culture, customs and history.
    Why Chinese?
    • Minor can be combined with any number of majors, giving students a competitive advantage and unique set of skills 
    • Students are encouraged to study abroad, expanding their global knowledge and leadership 
    • The study of languages, literatures and cultures is a cornerstone of the liberal arts education 
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Department Communication
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Cinema Studies minor is devoted to the study of media and of formats related to the moving image, including recent developments in digital technology.
    Why Cinema Studies?
    • Develop an appreciation for aesthetic and methodological values of the discipline
    • Prepare for careers in the new age of global media institutions and projects
    • Minor appeals to students majoring in English, communication, business and science programs of study, among others
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Department Communication
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Communication major at Stonehill helps students develop a deep understanding of the theories and humanistic approaches used in the field while enjoying a wide variety of practical experiences that give them a distinct advantage after graduation.
    Why Communication?
    • Choose a concentration in media studies or communication studies
    • Small class sizes create an intimate, supportive environment that fosters success
    • Access to an extensive internship program that can tie knowledge gain through coursework to real-world experiences
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.S.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Computer Engineering program at Stonehill College seeks to provide students with a well-rounded liberal arts education and with the skills and background needed to practice their profession in an ethical and socially responsible manner.
    Why Computer Engineering?
    • Strong liberal arts curriculum provides the tools to critically evaluate the ethical, environmental, and social consequences of engineering
    • Interdisciplinary approach affords students learning opportunities in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics & Astronomy departments
    • Students can apply to take advantage Stonehill’s 3+2 dual-degree partnership with the University of Notre Dame, which results in degrees from both schools in five years 
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.S.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Computer Science is one of the most demanding - and rewarding - programs at the College. Graduates have been accepted into elite master’s and doctoral programs and hired by some of the most successful companies in the world.
    Why Computer Science?
    • It is consistently listed as one of the best undergraduate computer science programs in the country by Ruggs’ Recommendations on the Colleges. 
    • Emphasis on both the theoretical and practical aspects of computer science. 
    • A cooperative 3+2 program with The University of Notre Dame, incorporating degrees in both computer science and computer engineering, is available.
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Department English
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Creative Writing minor invites students to explore their creative energies across a broad range of literary art forms.
    Why Creative Writing?
    • Develop writing skills from the beginner to the advanced levels
    • Take courses in poetry, fiction and non-fiction, playwriting, publishing and literature
    • Learn to produce literature of your own and share unique perspectives 
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Criminology major at Stonehill provides knowledge in the theory and practice of the social sciences, research methodology and law.
    Why Criminology?
    • ranked No. 4 on College Factual’s list of the best U.S. colleges for a major in criminology
    • Gain the foundation to understand the political, economic and cultural patterns that shape definitions of crime, the practices of law, the criminal justice system, the causes and consequences of crime, and crime control policies
    • Prepares students to enter into an array of positions, including private and non-profit organizations, graduate and law school as well as positions in policing, the courts and corrections
  • Concentration, Minor
    Program Type Concentration, Minor
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Performing Arts major – Dance concentration and Dance minor are designed to challenge students whether they are novices exploring a new world or seasoned dancers furthering their quest for new dance genres.
    Why Dance?
    • Emphasizes creative thinking through composition and physical expression, building self-esteem, teamwork and presentation skills 
    • Opportunity to help others through an outreach program that pairs Stonehill dance students with children in the local Brockton school districts 
    • Extensive history of placing students in competitive internships nearby and across the country 
  • Graduate & Professional Studies
    Program Type Graduate & Professional Studies
    MPS
    Mode of Study Hybrid
    The Data Analytics Master of Professional Studies Degree Program at Stonehill provides students with the in-demand skills and knowledge necessary to analyze data and extract actionable information from complex data sets.
    Why Data Analytics?
    • Earn dual master’s degree and coveted SAS certification in 12-month accelerated program 
    • Connect with working professionals ­in a variety of industries and from a wide geographic region 
    • Benefit from a blended model of online and weekend courses  
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Data Analytics minor offers students the opportunity to acquire an integrated set of computer science, mathematics and analytical skills needed to enter the field of data analytics.
    Why Data Analytics?
    • Obtain necessary skills to remain competitive in a data-driven world, including machine learning, text retrieval and natural language processing  
    • Compliments a variety majors, particularly business, economics, computer science, biology, neuroscience, criminology or political science 
    • Opportunity to earn SAS certification, the data-mining tool dominating the market 
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.S.
    Department Interdisciplinary
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Data Science program is a blend of statistics, applied mathematics and computer science. Students in the major study such topics as statistical models, machine learning, data visualization and database systems.
    Why Data Science?
    • Faculty with extensive experience computer science and mathematics
    • Equips you with skills essential in this burgeoning field
    • Senior capstone project allows students to apply the tools and methods of data science to a real-world research  
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Department English
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Digital Humanities minor at Stonehill invites students to explore their world at the nexus of computer science and the humanities.
    Why Digital Humanities?
    • Interdisciplinary nature offers collaborative mapping, visualizing, interpreting and digital archiving strategies that bring students together with project-based learning experiences
    • Coursework involves substantial use of or engagement with information technologies and computational tools for humanities research, algorithmic analysis, digitization of materials and artistic production
    • Run in partnership with the Digital Innovation Lab
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Department Communication
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Digital Media Production minor is devoted to providing students with hands-on experience in the creation of visual screen media.
    Why Digital Media Production?

    • Learn to employ contemporary media technology to tell stories and convey ideas to different audiences through various media channels

    • Study a minor that complements a variety of majors 

    • Augment coursework with an internship, possibly in New York or Los Angeles, and produce your own short film 

     

  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Dual Languages major allows students to combine study of two of the following languages: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
    Why Dual Languages?
    • Major emphasizes communication, culture, connection, community and comparison through the study of two languages
    • Students are required to spend a semester abroad, expanding their global knowledge and leadership  
    • The study of languages, literatures and cultures is a cornerstone of the liberal arts education
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Stonehill’s Early Childhood Education program prepares students for the wonders and challenges of providing foundational education to children.
    Why Early Childhood Education?
    • Leads to initial licensure from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: Early Childhood: Teacher of Students with and without Disabilities, PK-2
    • Small class sizes allow students to receive focused and individualized mentorship
    • Practicum and student teaching experiences at the early childhood level complement coursework
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.S.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Stonehill’s Earth & Planetary Sciences program applies a strong faculty mentorship model to connect students with the knowledge and research experiences needed to launch a career or secure placement in a graduate school program.
    Why Earth & Planetary Sciences?
    • One-to-one mentoring designed to tailor the program to fit your goals
    • Faculty with extensive external affiliations and contacts with research institutions, such as such as Harvard University and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
    • Ability to begin graduate-level research as early as the summer after sophomore year
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Department Economics
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Economics majors at Stonehill learn to critically evaluate individual and group behavior, and the resulting outcomes, in the context of global scarcity.
    Why Economics?
    • Develop skills in problem solving, draw inferences from data and communicate analyses clearly
    • Flexible program allows students to design a curriculum around their interests and future goals
    • Numerous opportunities for experiential learning, including research, internship and study abroad opportunities
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Education Studies program is designed for students who wish to study the social science of education.
    Why Education Studies (Non-Licensure)?
    • Major does not result in licensure, but helps prepare students for graduate study or careers in education-related fields
    • Cover a broad range of topics, including foundational philosophies of education, childhood development theory, educating special populations, inclusive learning, curriculum design and STEM pedagogy, among others
    •  Students are required to complete a faculty-facilitated internship, practical or research-based, at an education site
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.S.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Electrical Engineering program at Stonehill College seeks to provide students with a well-rounded liberal arts education and with the skills and background needed to practice their profession in an ethical and socially responsible manner.
    Why Electrical Engineering?
    • Accredited by ABET, the primary organization providing accreditation for engineering programs 
    • Interdisciplinary approach affords students learning opportunities in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics & Astronomy departments
    • Students can apply to take advantage Stonehill’s 3+2 dual-degree partnership with the University of Notre Dame, which results in degrees from both schools in five years 
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Stonehill’s Elementary Education program equips future instructors with the skills needed to provide their students with the educational building blocks that will carry them through their formative years.
    Why Elementary Education?
    • Leads to initial licensure from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: Elementary, 1-6
    • Learn to navigate the intricacies of today’s classrooms, from issues of inclusivity to using technology for learning enhancement
    • Students take various liberal arts and sciences courses, including composition, American literature, history, geography, U.S. government, child development, mathematics and science
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.S.
    B.A.
    Mode of Study Hybrid
    Stonehill’s engineering degrees are offered in partnership with sister schools Notre Dame and King’s College. Students study three years at Stonehill for a science degree and two years at our partner school for their engineering degree.
    Why Engineering 3+2 Programs?
    • A solid liberal arts degree and a strong engineering degree offer a more robust education
    • A dual-degree offers increased leverage in employment negotiations
    • Combination of two strong undergraduate programs offers far more in-the-field research experience
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Department English
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Stonehill's English Department provides students with a firm grounding in English, American and Anglophone literature and literary history, and fosters effective writing and creative critical thinking.
    Why English?
    • Interdisciplinary approach to the literary arts encourages students to make complex connections, craft persuasive arguments and discover innovative ways of approaching real-world problems
    • Students have opportunities to work alongside professors as co-researchers in the SURE program or as teaching apprentices 
    • Students have interned at a wide variety of workplaces such as newspapers, magazines, television stations, theater companies, law firms and marketing agencies, among others
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Learn about starting a small business or participating in a family-owned business with our Entrepreneurship minor.
    Why Entrepreneurship?
    • Liberal arts foundation helps students build skills commonly associated with successful entrepreneurs  
    • Gain technical skills and knowledge as well as soft skills necessary for the long-term success of a new or small enterprise 
    • Electives allow you to pursue your specific interest 
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.S.
    Department Interdisciplinary
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Stonehill’s B.S. degree in Environmental Science prepares students for entry level work as environmental scientists and for graduate programs in environmental science or environmental management.
    Why Environmental Science?
    • Curriculum engages students in studies of Earth as a physical system 
    • Extensive research opportunities, including SEA Semester Program 
    • Shields Science Center, a state-of-the-art science center where students use equipment normally available only to grad students
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Department Interdisciplinary
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Stonehill’s Environmental Sciences & Studies minor provides introductory knowledge in the environmental field, as well as the opportunity to add a level of specialization to one’s major.
    Why Environmental Sciences & Studies?
    • Enhances many majors in science, business and other fields 
    • Internship and research opportunities, including SEA Semester Program 
    • Shields Science Center, a state-of-the-art science center where students use equipment normally available only to grad students
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.A.
    Department Interdisciplinary
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Stonehill’s B.A. degree in Environmental Studies emphasizes the social sciences and humanities and prepares students for work in the non-science areas of the environmental field and for certain related graduate school programs.
    Why Environmental Studies?
    • Excellent preparation for careers in environmental policy, management, sustainability 
    • Extensive research opportunities, including SEA Semester Program 
    • Shields Science Center, a state-of-the-art science center where students use equipment normally available only to grad students
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.S.B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Finance at Stonehill incorporates the study of the acquisition, allocation and management of funds into a program that emphasizes theory and practice.
    Why Finance?
    • Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International
    • Program emphasizes the development of analytical, conceptual and problem-solving abilities through a liberal arts core curriculum
    • Gain opportunities for hands-on application in your first two years
    • Unique opportunity to participate in the Stonehill College Investment Finance Initiative
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The French program builds students written and spoken language skills while also exploring cultural issues and institutions of France.
    Why French?
    • Major can be combined with any number of majors, giving students a competitive advantage and unique set of skills 
    • Students are required to spend a semester abroad in a French-speaking country, expanding their global knowledge and leadership 
    • The study of languages, literatures and cultures is a cornerstone of the liberal arts education 
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Department Interdisciplinary
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Stonehill's Gender & Sexuality Studies program uses gender as a lens to promote critical thinking and scholarly development from an interdisciplinary perspective.
    Why Gender & Sexuality Studies?
    • Gain critical thinking and analytical skills necessary to enter the job market or pursue graduate study in fields such as psychology, law, criminal justice, education and advertising, among others
    • Program is welcoming to those who bring diverse opinions and viewpoints to the discussion
    • All majors are required to complete an internship or directed study under the guidance of and in collaboration with an experienced faculty researcher
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The German minor at Stonehill explores German culture and history as well as builds written and spoken language skills.
    Why German?
    • Minor can be combined with any number of majors, giving students a competitive advantage and unique set of skills 
    • Students are encouraged to study abroad, expanding their global knowledge and leadership 
    • The study of languages, literatures and cultures is a cornerstone of the liberal arts education 
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Graphic Design program at Stonehill incorporates theory with practical application, providing students with the foundation needed to become successful and thoughtful practitioners.
    Why Graphic Design?
    • Opportunity to work on real-world projects through InHouse Design, a student-run pre-professional graphic design studio
    • Faculty advisors who help students develop independent projects or mentor them as they seek an internship suited to their skills and professional goals
    • Extensive history of placing students in competitive internships nearby and across the country
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.A.
    Department Interdisciplinary
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Health Science program promotes an in-depth understanding of human health through training in the natural and social sciences within a comprehensive liberal arts curriculum. This program is designed for students interested in working in health care as allied health professionals, advocates, or researchers and typically leads to graduate school.
    Why Health Science?
    • Courses taught by faculty experts in the field
    • Strong mentoring and advising foster success in the program and in applying to graduate schools
    • Peer-Led Team Leaders program provides valuable support and helps ensure deeper understanding of coursework
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Stonehill’s AUPHA accredited Healthcare Administration Department provides students with a solid foundation in the leadership, managerial and methodological skills that drive our healthcare system
    Why Healthcare Administration?
    • Program combines firm understanding of business principles supplemented by a liberal arts core 
    • Program ranked as best place in the country to study medical administration services by College Factual
    • One of the few undergraduate programs in the country fully certified by the Association of University Programs in Health Administration

     

  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Department History
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The History major at Stonehill takes students on a journey of exploration through time and space while providing its students with the intellectual tools to read critically, to conduct research effectively, and to write and communicate persuasively.
    Why History?
    • Involves students directly in the process of historical discovery, debate and interpretation 
    • Features courses in American, European and world history that focus on both decisive events and broad patterns of culture that have shaped our world
    • Provides ideal foundation for a dynamic range of professions and careers such as law, education, business and public service
  • Graduate & Professional Studies
    Program Type Graduate & Professional Studies
    M.Ed.
    Mode of Study On Campus, Teacher Residency
    Our Inclusive Education Master’s Degree prepares you for the evolving needs of public, private and parochial schools. Students explore the complexity of culture, language and learning differences in today’s 21st century classrooms.
    Why Inclusive Education?
    • Emphasis on creating learning environments that promote inclusivity, ensuring full, meaningful access and engagement for all students
    • A campus-based program taught by faculty with extensive experience in the field
    • Option of flexible part-time program or 12-month accelerated option for candidates with previous coursework in education.
  • Graduate & Professional Studies
    Program Type Graduate & Professional Studies
    M.A.
    Mode of Study Hybrid
    The Integrated Marketing Communications Master’s Degree at Stonehill combines the expertise of the College's marketing, communications and graphic design faculty to prepare students for marketing in the digital information age.
    Why Integrated Marketing Communications?
    • Attend part time in the evening (with the flexibility of 3 entry points: spring, summer and fall)
    • A campus-based program taught by faculty with extensive experience in the field
    • AACSB International accreditation, a highly esteemed designation shared by few IMC programs
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.S.
    B.A.
    Department Interdisciplinary
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Interdisciplinary Studies program is an alternative for students who seek to accomplish intellectual goals outside of a conventional major.
    Why Interdisciplinary Studies?
    • Opportunity to explore an area of study, in depth, not offered by the College
    • Offers expression of creativity and self-motivation
    • Creates a foundation of scholarly commitment
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.S.B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Stonehill’s International Business program prepares students to capitalize on the demand for business professionals who can cater to a multicultural and multinational customer base.
    Why International Business?
    • Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International
    • Develop unique business skills and a broad cultural awareness that serve students well in the globally competitive economy
    • Interdisciplinary nature of the program melds classes in business disciplines and liberal arts courses, arming students with a broad base of knowledge
    • Required international experience through study abroad, international internship, foreign language immersion experience or proficiency shown in a foreign language
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Department Interdisciplinary
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Stonehill's Italian Studies program goes far beyond simply learning a language – it’s a chance to immerse yourself in the culture of Italy.
    Why Italian Studies?
    • Offered as a major in combination with another major and as a minor on its own 
    • Study abroad opportunities offered in Florence, Rome and Perugia 
    • Can take classes in Italian as well as art history, history and American studies 
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Department Communication
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Journalism minor at Stonehill is designed to help graduates launch careers in the journalism, public relations and advertising worlds.
    Why Journalism?
    • Learn from award-winning professors with real-world experience 
    • Experiential opportunities through the campus TV station, radio station, and student-run newspaper and website  
    • Sharp writing and reporting skills are in high-demand by companies nationwide  
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Department Interdisciplinary
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Latin American & Caribbean Studies minor brings together resources from across academic disciplines including business, history, political science, foreign languages, economics, sociology and religious studies.
    Why Latin American & Caribbean Studies?
    • Interdisciplinary program contributes to a variety of majors 
    • Learn about Latin American and the Caribbean from theoretical, practical and experiential perspectives  
    • Study and internship abroad experiences in Latin American allow students to live and work in a foreign country 
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.S.B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Stonehill Management major places emphasis on the development of analytical, conceptual and professional skills necessary for managerial success.
    Why Management?
    • Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International
    • Concentration offered in both general management or management information systems  
    • Program builds on strong core of business and liberal arts courses, developing skills in leadership, critical thinking and problem-solving 
    • Work closely with faculty to explore career options and choose coursework to fit those interests   
  • Concentration, Minor
    Program Type Concentration, Minor
    B.S.B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Management Information Systems program emphasizes the use of a computer as a managerial productivity tool and/or a resource of an organization in a systems setting.
    Why Management Information Systems?
    • Gain the in-demand skills to understand information systems, solve problems analytically and act as a liaison between business executives and IT staff 
    • Understand core concepts and decision support tools that complement chosen major field of study 
    • Does not require any detailed knowledge of computing or information technology, nor is extensive computer programming required 
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.S.B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Marketing major at Stonehill helps develop the ability to analyze and respond to the opportunities and challenges facing marketing managers in order to effectively, efficiently and ethically serve and satisfy an organization’s customers.
    Why Marketing?
    • Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International
    • Gain the knowledge and experience needed to launch and grow a career in marketing 
    • Develop an understanding of the opportunities and risks facing marketing managers and how to respond to those challenges  
    • Liberal arts foundation develops key skills such as collaboration, critical thinking and communication 
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.S.
    B.A.
    Department Mathematics
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Mathematics majors at Stonehill graduate with more than a mastery of calculus and quantitative techniques. They leave with a well-rounded educational foundation that positions them for success in myriad fields.
    Why Mathematics?
    • Award-winning faculty dedicated to teaching in the context of the liberal arts and sciences
    • Holistic approach provides the intellectual dexterity and creative spirit to excel
    • Opportunity to enrich mathematical experience with internships, study abroad or service learning
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Department Interdisciplinary
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Middle Eastern Studies at Stonehill draws its strength from its interdisciplinary nature, pulling together the expertise of scholars from various fields, such as religion, literature, history, politics, economics and sociology.
    Why Middle Eastern Studies?
    • Combines the study of a language with courses focused on myriad aspects of Middle Eastern life 
    • Well-suited for students in a variety of fields including history, political science, religious studies, economics, business, gender and sexuality studies, and journalism 
    • Students have pursued internships, directed studies and abroad opportunities all over the world 
  • Concentration, Minor
    Program Type Concentration, Minor
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Students in the Performing Arts major – Music concentration and the Music minor experience classes and ensembles that inspire creativity and maximize their potential guided by faculty who provide individual coaching and instruction.
    Why Music?
    • Program sponsors both large and small performance opportunities 
    • Take private lessons from internationally recognized teachers/performers 
    • Emphasis on music history, theory, composition and world music 
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Music Technology program at Stonehill enables students to create music using the latest software and hardware. Students will learn to record instruments, as well as to edit and mix multitrack recordings.
    Why Music Technology?
    • Ability to create music using the latest software and hardware 
    • Learn skills that serve you in creating music in the studio, on computers, or for multimedia applications 
    • Access to internships with a local recording studio, such as Bristol Recording Studios in Boston 
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.S.
    Department Interdisciplinary
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Stonehill's Neuroscience program provides an integrated and in-depth foundation for understanding the complex functions of the nervous system and, in particular, the brain.
    Why Neuroscience?
    • Our graduates have been accepted into some of the most prestigious graduate schools in the nation
    • Opportunity to specialize in either the biological or psychological aspects of the field
    • Faculty members who are neurologists at Boston’s top hospitals
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Performing Arts program at Stonehill offers four concentrations: Dance, Music, Theatre or Cross-Disciplinary. The program offers minors in Dance, Music, Music Technology or Theatre Arts.
    Why Performing Arts?
    • Small-classroom experience paired with performance opportunities and experiential learning not often found at a small school 
    • Core curriculum of theory across the disciplines of theater, dance and music provides strong foundation for all professional aspiration 
    • Extensive history of placing students in competitive internships nearby and across the country 
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Department Philosophy
    Mode of Study On Campus
    All of us have a desire to understand life. But for philosophy majors at Stonehill, it’s a passion.
    Why Philosophy?
    • Gain a solid foundation in the history and central principles of philosophy, including courses on Plato, Aristotle, Heidegger and Nietzsche
    • Flexible nature of the program allows you to delve into the philosophical questions and issues that intrigue you most
    • Prepares students for professional life by fostering the skills necessary for effective leadership, including the ability to think critically and objectively 
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Stonehill is one of the few colleges in the U.S. to offer an undergraduate Photonics major. The degree positions students for success in areas that include physics, electrical engineering, biomedical optics and medicine.
    Why Photonics?
    • Interdisciplinary approach emphasizes hands-on practice
    • State-of-the-art lab with authentic equipment used in industry – including a femtosecond laser
    • Increased marketability in other technical fields, e.g. robotics, electronics and materials
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.S.
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Stonehill offers a B.A. and a B.S. in Physics. Students are individually mentored on a one-to-one basis, and benefit from external affiliations and contacts with research institutions, such as Boston University, UMass and MIT.
    Why Physics?
    • Strong employability in any field where advanced math and computational skills are coveted, including medical research, engineering, business or finance 
    • Strong one-on-one faculty mentoring tailored to your goals 
    • Affiliations with renowned research institutions provide opportunities for valuable professional research experiences 
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Political Science & International Studies program at Stonehill offers a broad curriculum that allows students to acquire knowledge of the principles and practices of political life, democratic citizenship and political activity.
    Why Political Science & International Studies?
    • Three concentrations in Government & Politics, Public Policy and International Relations
    • Opportunity for experiential learning through the Stonehill in Washington Semester or Hill to Hill Program
    • Can apply to produce a senior thesis based on an independent research project
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Department Psychology
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Our Psychology major allows students to examine, and directly engage in, research that contributes to our understanding of human behavior, mental processes and emotional experience.
    Why Psychology?
    • Diverse research interests of faculty allows program to be flexible and tailored to meet students' goals
    •  Get fully involved in the science of psychology by designing and conducting research, analyzing data and presenting findings
    •  Research facilities at The Thomas and Mary Shields Science Center are of a caliber usually only found in graduate school programs
  • Concentration, Minor
    Program Type Concentration, Minor
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Public Policy concentration and minor is an interdisciplinary program designed to provide students with an understanding of the development and implementation of public policy in America.
    Why Public Policy?
    • Major in political science and international studies with a concentration in public policy or study public policy as a minor
    • Focuses on the theories, practices and roles of public bureaucracies at the national, state and local levels
    • Provides foundation for graduate work and careers in public affairs, government service, law and related fields.
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Religious Studies major at Stonehill is an interdisciplinary program that embraces virtually all aspects of the human experience as expressed in history, art, literature, social organization, politics, scientific exploration and ethics.
    Why Religious Studies?
    • Major helps students develop critical appreciation of their own traditions and those of others
    • Students rigorously dissect an array of compelling human questions, the distinctive beliefs and practices of religious people across cultures, and the various roles that religions play in society
    • Select courses and senior thesis topic that aligns closely with your specific interests
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Stonehill’s Secondary Education major provides students with the knowledge base needed to run a middle and/or high school classroom, whether their interests lie in conjugating verbs in French or dissecting frogs in a lab.
    Why Secondary Education?
    • Leads to initial licensure from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in one of the following areas: Biology (8-12), Chemistry (8-12), English (8-12), Foreign Language – French (5-12), Foreign Language – Spanish (5-12), History (8-12), Mathematics (8-12)
    • Students double major in the content area they wish to teach, enriching their studies and allowing them to provide focused and knowledgeable instruction on particular subject areas 
    • Student teaching placements and practicum experiences educate the whole person
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Sociology major at Stonehill College considers the relationship between micro contexts such as individuals and small groups, and larger institutions such as education, politics, religion, media and the family.
    Why Sociology?
    • Gain the methodological, theoretical and experiential tools to understand human experiences, the roots of inequalities and pathways toward justice in the U.S. and throughout the world
    • Graduates work and have continued their education in fields such as education, criminal justice, law, health, social work, human services and related areas
    • Coursework hones writing, public speaking and critical thinking skills 
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Spanish program builds students' written and spoken language skills while also exploring cultural issues and institutions in countries where Spanish is spoken. 
    Why Spanish?
    • Major can be combined with any number of majors, giving students a competitive advantage and unique set of skills 

    • Students are required to spend a semester abroad in a Spanish-speaking country, expanding their global knowledge and leadership 

    • The study of languages, literatures and cultures is a cornerstone of the liberal arts education 

  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Through a mix of pedagogy and field experience, Stonehill’s Special Education major prepares aspiring teachers to help their future students overcome challenges in the classroom.
    Why Special Education?
    • Leads to initial licensure from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: Teacher of Students With Moderate Disabilities, PK-8
    • Unique to Stonehill’s Special Education program is the increased focus placed on reading and writing in course curricula
    • Students use the knowledge and skills gained from coursework to become global citizens dedicated to creating equal opportunity for all in the classroom
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Department Interdisciplinary
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) minor at Stonehill College prepares students for graduate school in communication science disorders, speech-language pathology and audiology.
    Why Speech-Language Pathology?
    • Provides all of curricular requirements necessary for graduate programs while allowing students to pursue a major aligned with their interests and passions
    • Access to internships and clinical experiences with a variety of ASHA-certified speech pathologists, audiologists, and communication disorder specialists and practitioners close to the Stonehill campus
    • Excellent record of successful placements in been accepted into graduate programs in the field at Northeastern University, the University of North Carolina, Bridgewater State University, Boston University and Emerson College.
  • Minor
    Program Type Minor
    Department Interdisciplinary
    Mode of Study On Campus
    Sport Commerce & Culture is an interdisciplinary minor that gives students a well-rounded view of the rapidly growing sports industry.
    Why Sport Commerce & Culture?
    • Interdisciplinary courses explore concepts across business and the liberal arts 
    • Study sports in the classroom while developing analytical and critical thinking skills 
    • Choose courses to compliment the skill set developed through any major 
  • Major
    Program Type Major
    B.S.B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Sports Management major provides students with a marketable skill set supported by our AACSB-accredited business program and a well-rounded liberal arts education, allowing them to grow their career in and out of the business of sports.
    Why Sports Management?
    • Faculty members with extensive experience in business of professional sports
    • Strong internship and career connections with professional sports organizations in Boston and beyond
    • The advantages of studying in a new $50 million business school with state-of-the-art technology and high-tech collaborative spaces
  • Concentration, Minor
    Program Type Concentration, Minor
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Arts & Visual Culture major – Studio Arts concentration and Studio Arts minor offer students strong fundamental training in a nurturing environment where they will be exposed to a rich array of conceptual and formal approaches to artmaking.
    Why Studio Arts?
    • Built around small classes that promote mentoring, peer review and personal development  
    • Emphasis on building the tools needed to express students individual points of view: fundamental art and design skills, critical thinking skills and an awareness of the historical and contemporary context in which they operate 
    • Provides depth of experience and training to navigate between traditional roles in studio arts careers 
  • Concentration, Minor
    Program Type Concentration, Minor
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Performing Arts major – Theatre concentration and the Theatre Arts minor provide students the chance to enter the world of theater arts and discover themselves and their abilities anew while challenging their body, mind and imagination.
    Why Theatre?
    • Gain a deeper understanding of the workings of the human imagination and emotions 
    • Explore the use of the body and voice as a means of expression  
    • Benefits from the program’s extensive experiential learning opportunities both on campus and through internships 
  • Major, Minor
    Program Type Major, Minor
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Theology program at Stonehill fosters interdisciplinary study, allowing students to explore topics including the church, scripture, ethics, worship and their intersection with contemporary life.
    Why Theology?
    • Exploration of the systematic study of religious belief and the nature of God
    • Courses focus on the critical study of religious faith, practice and experience, rooted in historical awareness and contextual understanding
    • Considers the diversity of perspectives and experiences present in global Catholicism as well as the ways that ecumenism, dialogue and pluralism have influenced the living traditions of the faith
  • Concentration
    Program Type Concentration
    B.A.
    Mode of Study On Campus
    The Arts & Visual Culture major – Visual Studies concentration encourages students to study visual products from the past and present, including paintings, sculpture, architecture, film and mass media.
    Why Visual Studies?
    • Engage with these art forms and understand them as a window into discussions about identity, society and the formation of values
    • Take classes in art history, communication, cinema studies, critical theory, American studies, gender and sexuality studies, and English, among others
    • Learn to apply critical theory to a professional career