Jacksonville University offers a rigorous curriculum that addresses the diverse interests, curiosities, and educational needs of the total person. While its Core Curriculum exposes students to the broad spectrum of human thought and accomplishment, specialization for specific career or life pursuits is provided within the major.
The College of Arts and Sciences, the Davis College of Business and the College of Fine Arts conduct JU’s traditional undergraduate and graduate academic programs. Offering more than 40 majors, the University confers the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Education. Pre-professional studies are available for students interested in dentistry, law, medicine, pharmacy and veterinary medicine. Dual-degree engineering programs also are offered in cooperation with Columbia University, Georgia Institute of Technology, the University of Florida, the University of Miami, Washington University in St. Louis, Mercer University, and Stevens Institute of Technology. The Aviation Program is offered in cooperation with Delta Connection Academy, owned and operated by Delta Air Lines.
Accelerated Degree Program
Jacksonville University is the dedicated, committed learner’s choice for graduate study. Our full-time faculty are scholars and practitioners in their fields. Their dedication to teaching and student success provides an environment where students gain the critical thinking skills necessary to advance in their chosen careers.
All of our graduate programs are of a comfortable size that encourage and foster the development of strong communication skills and thoughtful risk taking, which is essential in all organizations in today’s changing world.
Our graduate programs are specifically designed for the full-time working professionals in both context and convenience. Earning a Master’s Degree is an attainable goal and most importantly – it will be a Master’s Degree that is respected both in the community and nationwide.
Students should contact the Center for Professional Studies for specific information concerning program specifics and enrollment procedures.
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