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BS Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program

Ursuline College and John Carroll University have an agreement of two seats per year in Breen College of Nursing-Ursuline College Accelerated BSN Program designated for JCU graduates.

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BS Accountancy

Accountancy majors are exposed to aspects of international accounting and the application of professional ethics throughout the curriculum. Boler holds Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) accreditation at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and the accountancy program has independent AACSB accreditation, a distinction held by only one percent of business programs worldwide.

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MS Accountancy

This graduate program provides a comprehensive and challenging curriculum that prepares you for careers in assurance, tax, financial accounting, management accounting, advisory services, and for licensure as Certified Public Accountants. The program's flexibility allows you to complete your advanced degree in as little as 12 months, depending on your specific needs.

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MIN Actuarial Science

Minor in Actuarial Science: 30 credit hours. These courses prepare the students for Exams P and FM of the Society of Actuaries, cover the required Foundational Quantitative content areas and prove the Validation by Educational Experience (VEE) for Applied Stats and Economics.

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BA Adolescent/Young Adult

The adolescent/young adult (AYA) program prepares prospective teachers to work with grades seven through twelve. You’ll work toward a teaching license in at least one of the language arts, social studies, math, or science fields.

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M.Ed. Advanced Studies

Our Master of Education (M.Ed.) program in advanced studies is aimed at experienced teachers and other educational professionals. You’ll choose one of five areas of specialization.

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BA Applied Politics

Develop tangible skills, such as networking, and understand how the political system actually works.

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Arrupe Scholars Program

The Arrupe Scholars Program is a mission-based scholarship and learning opportunity tailored specifically towards creating leaders for social action.

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BA Art History

As an art history major, you’ll study works of art in their social, political, and intellectual contexts. You’ll learn<br /> to think, analyze, and write critically — increasing your perceptive ability and expressing yourself with clarity and precision.

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MIN Art History

The Art History minor will supplement your major in other areas of the humanities, the sciences, or business and professional studies.

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Art History and Humanities Dept. of Art History and Humanities

Scholarly methods will help you increase your perceptive ability, analytical skills, and understanding of various cultural traditions.

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BS B.S. M.S.S.A. 3/2 Program: JCU and CWRU

Complete a JCU B.S. in Psychology and a CWRU M.S. in Social Administration in five years.

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BA Bachelor of Arts in Teaching Mathematics

The Bachelor of Arts in teaching mathematics prepares students to become teachers of mathematics at the AYA (adolescent and young adult) level. As a teaching mathematics major, you’ll develop advanced knowledge in mathematics concepts and application and receive a solid foundation in educational methods, learning and development, and instructional technologies. You also will gain valuable professional experience both through observing and teaching in AYA classrooms.

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CON Biochemistry – Concentration

A major in chemistry with a concentration in biochemistry is ideal for you if you’re interested in medicine, dentistry, molecular biology, pharmacy, clinical chemistry, bio-medical research, biotechnology, pharmacology, toxicology, industrial hygiene, veterinary medicine, and other health-related fields.

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BS Biology Major

The biology major is broad in focus, providing students with a strong knowledge base in all three core areas of biology: cellular and molecular biology, organismal biology, evolutionary biology, ecology, and diversity.

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Borromeo Seminary Institute

The Borromeo Seminary Institute, housed at the Diocese of Cleveland's Center for Pastoral Leadership (CPL), prepares college students seeking the ordained priesthood of the Catholic Church.

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MIN Business

Students of all majors can benefit from a minor in business. At some point in their professional lives, all students, regardless of major, may be in management or leadership positions that include budget, financial, marketing, or personnel responsibilities.

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MBA Business Administration – Full Time MBA

The Full-Time Boler MBA program serves recent college graduates from any institution without the requirement of professional work experience. The program is uniquely structured to allow you to finish the degree in 12 months, dependent on classes taken at the undergraduate level. Regardless of your major, any recent graduate is eligible for the Full-Time MBA.

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MBA Business Administration – Part Time MBA

As a working professional, you know that nothing makes new knowledge stick like the chance to put it into practice. Your workplace is a living, learning laboratory. That’s why we designed the Part-Time MBA as a cohort program with courses that are team-taught by faculty and seasoned business executives.

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MIN Catholic Studies

We provide you with the opportunity to deepen knowledge of how Catholicism and Catholics have interacted with the world

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BS Cell and Molecular Biology

The cell and molecular biology major emphasizes genetics, biochemistry, cell biology, and mathematics. It focuses on helping develop laboratory skills required for basic and applied research.

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MA Certificate in Nonprofit Management

The Certificate of Nonprofit Management (CNM) is intended for students who are new chief executives, currently in a senior leadership role in a nonprofit, or moving into the sector from senior or executive leadership in business or government.

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CON Chemical Physics Concentration Option

If you intend to become a professional chemist, this concentration prepares you for direct entry into the chemistry profession or graduate study in chemistry. Upon completion, you may obtain industrial, governmental, or academic chemical positions

Chemical Physics Concentration Option
Chemistry Dept. of Chemistry

Chemistry connects many of the other fields of science and gives you many career options – employment in a (bio)chemically related industry or research career, graduate studies, or health professions.

Dept. of Chemistry
BS Chemistry Major

Chemistry connects many of the other fields of science. For this reason, a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Chemistry from John Carroll University can really take you anywhere.

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MIN Chemistry Minor

Chemistry connects many of the other fields of science.

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M.Ed. Child and Adolescent Health and Wellness

The M.Ed. in Advanced Studies with child and adolescent health and wellness specialization is designed for experienced teachers to explore developmental issues and environmental obstacles.

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CON Child and Family Studies

Psychology majors with the child and family studies concentration examine development from infancy through late adulthood, focusing on the individual and individuals in a family context.

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Classical and Modern Languages and Cultures CMLC, Languages

Studying a foreign language will prepare you for global careers in business, healthcare, law, and education.

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BA Classical Studies

Classics is an interdisciplinary field, encompassing the languages, literature, art, archaeology, history, philosophy, mythology, and religious lives of the Greeks and Romans in the broader ancient Mediterranean world.

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College of Arts and Sciences Office of Graduate Studies College of Arts and Sciences Office of Graduate Studies

Graduate education in the College of Arts & Sciences aims to prepare advanced students to be intellectual and professional leaders who fully utilize their abilities to make positive contributions to their professions and society. Our programs educate students to be knowledgeable in their disciplines, while increasing their ability to think conceptually, analytically, and critically; to communicate clearly and effectively; and to be creative and responsible in a dynamic global environment.

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BA Communication Major

Choose one of three areas of concentration within the major: Communication Advocacy, Digital Media, or Integrated Marketing Communication.

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MIN Communication Minor

You’ll learn about interpersonal relations, organizational communication, journalism, rhetoric, public relations, broadcasting, and the Internet, developing skills in each.

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CON Communication: Digital Media

You will have the knowledge and ability to apply communication theories to writing in the contexts of journalism, video and audio production.

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CON Communication: Integrated Marketing Communication

You will have the knowledge and ability to integrate multiple theories and channels ethically to increase campaign impact.

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BS Computer Science

The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science offers two major programs in computing: a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with Healthcare Information Technology.

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MIN Computer Science Minor

Minor in Computer Science: 22 credit hours.

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BA Computer Science with Healthcare Technology

As a healthcare information technology major, you’ll learn what it takes to function as a fully capable software developer in any professional environment, but specifically tailor your skills to the rapidly expanding healthcare IT field.

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MIN Computer Science with Healthcare Technology Minor

Minor in Computer Science with Healthcare Technology: 22 credit hours.

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CON Concentration: Communication Advocacy

The ability to advocate effectively and ethically is critical to society. Whether ensuring that the most vulnerable have their voices heard, challenging erroneous claims, safeguarding rights, accessing information, expressing opinions, or advancing policies, successful advocacy is essential to social justice, law, public policy, sales, and virtually any area where the ability to persuade is critical to success.

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MA Counseling – Clinical Mental Health Counseling

The Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling is designed to meet the current academic requirements of the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board for the licenses of Professional Counselor (PC) and Professional Clinical Counselor (PCC). Also, the Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree meets the academic requirements for the National Counselor Certification (NCC) of the National Board for Certified Counselors.

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BA Creative Writing Major

The Creative Writing major and minor at John Carroll allow students to gain intensive workshop experience in writing poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction.

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MIN Creative Writing Minor

The Creative Writing major and minor at John Carroll allow students to gain intensive workshop experience in writing poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction.

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CON Criminology Concentration

If you are interested in crime, forensics, law, police work and justice, this concentration is for you.

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CON Critical Social Philosophy: Option

Conduct a philosophical analysis of power and the social and political conditions that create and perpetuate oppression and injustice.

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BS Data Science

Data science provides powerful approaches for transforming large and complex data into information, knowledge, and intelligent decisions. Data science is a field at the intersection of statistics, computer science, mathematics, and real world application domains.

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MIN Data Science Minor

Minor in Data Science: 22 credit hours.

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Department of Biology Dept. of Biology

In the Department of Biology students can choose from three programs of study: biology, cell and molecular biology, or environmental science.

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Department of Counseling Dept. of Counseling

When you join the rewarding profession of counseling, you help people grow, heal, recover, or find meaning in their lives. JCU prepares students to become competent and effective professional counselors who are also leaders and advocates.

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Department of Exercise Science and Sports Studies Dept. of Exercise Science and Sports Studies

The department is grounded in the belief of the dignity of each person. We emphasize the value and importance of physical activity in all people’s lives, and the development of professionals prepared to help everyone achieve maximum individual potential.

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Department of History Dept. of History

The History Department employs ten full-time faculty members with a wide range of expertise in the United States, Germany, England, Latin America, Japan, Russia, and Renaissance Italy.

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Department of Philosophy Dept. of Philosophy

Allows you to develop an outlook on life that is broad and reflective, and to engage the world rationally and critically.

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Department of Physics Dept. of Physics

Centered on our Jesuit mission, the physics department teaches you how to solve problems like a scientist. Studying everything from the behavior of atoms to the physics of new materials in a liberal arts environment will give you a perspective that many other institutions can’t provide.

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Department of Sociology and Criminology Dept. of Sociology and Criminology
Department of Theology & Religious Studies Dept. TRS

Think religion is passé or theology is only for ministers and religious school teachers? Think again! Coursework in theology and religious studies provides a solid foundation for work in many fields.

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CON Diversity, Justice & Social Change Concentration

This concentration is for those considering a career in a multicultural setting or graduate study in comparative sociology, ethnic studies, international studies, law, counseling, peace/human rights, or social work.

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BA Early Childhood

The Early Childhood Program develops expertise in working with children from ages three through eight and pre-kindergarten through grade three.

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Early Childhood Generalist Endorsement Program

The early childhood generalist endorsement enables early childhood license holders to broaden their pre-kindergarten through grade three teaching license to include grades four and five.

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East Asian Studies EAS

East Asian Studies is an interdisciplinary program which builds a global perspective and prepares students for careers in business, healthcare, law, and computer science.

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BA East Asian Studies Major

East Asian Studies majors work toward a goal of second-year language proficiency in an East Asian language, and are all encouraged to participate in short-term, semester, or year-long study abroad programs in China or Japan.

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MIN East Asian Studies Minor

Students in any major may pursue the East Asian Studies minor in order to deepen their understanding of this important world region.

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BS Economics BS

The strength of the economics major is its flexibility. You can take a math-based, analytical route by class choices by econometrics and mathematical economics, bundled with higher level math courses. Or, you can take a less math intensive route with class choices that focus on social and policy perspectives. The Economics Program is the first undergraduate program partnered with NABE for preparation pathways for the CBE exam.

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MIN Economics Minor

Arts and Science majors with a scientific mindset may appreciate a minor in economics. Economics’ logical, ordered approach to problem solving can support or complement practically any other field of study.

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M.Ed. Educational Leadership

The educational leadership program offers a flexible hybrid and online format that can be completed in two years. You’ll earn a Master of Education Degree (M.Ed.), Certificate of Assessment and Accountability, and Principal Licensure.

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M.Ed. Educational Psychology Program

The M.Ed. program in educational psychology is for teachers or those from social science backgrounds who want to pursue a master’s degree and/or prepare for doctoral programs in educational psychology or related fields.

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Endorsement Programs

JCU offers an early childhood generalist endorsement and a reading endorsement (Pre K-12th Grade) for ODE-licensed teachers.

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BS Engineering Physics

Our more general engineering program, this option is great if you're interested in pursuing engineering development, applied physics, or graduate study in related fields.

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English Dept. of English

Considering that you get to spend the better part of your day with the likes of Shakespeare, Austen, Whitman, Dickinson, Hemingway, and Morrison, perhaps a more fitting question is, why not? All bias aside, however, we realize that the ideal program of college study provides the best of both worlds: personal and professional fulfillment.

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MIN Entrepreneurship Minor

While academic programs in entrepreneurship were once exclusively business-focused, John Carroll looks at entrepreneurship as a way of thinking and developing an entrepreneurial mindset, with a focus on teaching students to recognize opportunities in both for-profit and non-profit organizations.

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BS Environmental Science Major

Through the Biology Department’s major in environmental science, students will gain a solid foundation in the science and theory behind how pressing environmental issues affect natural systems.

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BA Exercise Science B.A.

As an exercise science major, you can pursue careers in exercise science, fitness, and wellness upon graduation from John Carroll. Or you can seek a graduate degree in exercise science, fitness, wellness, or allied health professions such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, athletic training, nutrition, chiropractic medicine, and nursing.

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MA Fifth Year M.A. in Nonprofit Administration

You can complete a B.A. or B.S. in any major and a Masters of Nonprofit Administration within a five-year time frame.

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BS Finance BS

Our program will provide you with the knowledge and skills in all areas of finance. In particular, you will gain an in-depth knowledge of financial markets, instruments, and theories. Through a relatively unique set of coursework, you will be prepared for a career in the broad area of financial analysis and corporate finance. Additionally, our computer lab includes a Bloomberg Terminal, which enables you to work with the latest and most powerful financial software and data.

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CON Finance/Wealth Management and Financial Planning Concentration

Today’s world requires that individuals efficiently manage their assets; though, many people find financial situations and decisions overwhelming. Consequently, they avoid or ignore this area to their detriment. You’ll learn to understand financial planning cPFPlients and how to help them in a rapidly expanding, rewarding profession.

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CON First Year Writing Program

First-Year Writing at John Carroll is part of the written expression requirement in the Integrative Core curriculum.

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MA Five-Year B.A./M.A. Program – TRS

The five-year integrated program allows you to complete both the Bachelor of Arts and the Master of Arts degrees in Theology & Religious Studies (TRS) in a compressed five-year time frame rather than the traditional six years.

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CON Forensic Behavioral Studies Concentration

If you're interested in forensics, law enforcement and criminal justice, this concentration is for you.

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CON Forensic Psychology

If you have an interest in forensic psychology, clinical psychology, criminology, law, or employment in the criminal justice system, this is the concentration for you.

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BA French and Francophone Studies

The French and francophone studies program is designed to help you acquire knowledge of the languages, literature, and cultures of France and francophone countries. You’ll develop the skills to read, write, speak, and understand French.

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Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies

An interdisciplinary major and minor that helps prepare students for living in a diverse and global society—by examining how the social construction of gender shapes personal identities, beliefs, and structured opportunities.

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BA Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies

This major helps prepare students for living in a diverse and global society by examining how the social construction of gender shapes personal identities, beliefs, and structured opportunities.

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MIN Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies Minor

The minor is very flexible and complements many majors. The minor requires 18 credit hours (six courses) distributed as: a required introductory course (3 credit hours) and 5 additional courses (15 credit hours).

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MIN German

The German curriculum will prepare you to communicate effectively in German and to understand cultural perspectives, products, and practices of the German-speaking world.

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BA Global Studies

Understand the comparative politics of systems around the world; choose the area you wish to focus on, or discover how countries and regions differ.

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CON Health Ethics and Science: Option

If you wish to pursue careers in healthcare or the sciences, or areas such as applied ethics, science and technology studies, cognitive science, and philosophy of science, this is for you.

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BA History BA / MBA

Interested in history but want to enter the business or nonprofit management world after graduation? The Department of History has a five-year B.A. / M.B.A. program.

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BA History Major

History students at John Carroll develop contextually responsible and critical interpretations of the past that help us better understand the course of human experience and help to shape our future.

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BA History Major for new and transfer students

History students at John Carroll develop contextually responsible and critical interpretations of the past that help us better understand the course of human experience and help to shape our future.

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MIN History Minor

It’s easy and helpful to minor in history. The skills you’ll learn in these courses — analytical writing, critical reading, and public speaking, — are important for success in nearly any field.

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CON History of Philosophy: Option

This option provides an excellent foundation if you are interested in enhancing your liberal arts education or in preparing for advanced study in the field.

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Honors Program

The Honors Program at John Carroll University cultivates a community whose members embrace gaudium de veritate — joy from truth — and lead lives devoted to learning. Rooted in the Ignatian Tradition, Honors Program graduates lead and serve in the world by sharing their intellectual gifts and love for learning with others.

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BA Humanities Major

This major gives you a solid foundation for careers in law, medicine, international business, management, journalism, publishing, public radio and television, literature, and criticism.

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MIN Humanities Minor

This minor complements any major and is useful if you're interested in the sciences, business, and professional studies.

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CON Industrial/Org Psychology

The Industrial/Organizational Psychology concentration applies psychological theories and evaluation methods to organizations to understand human behavior in the workplace and thereby increase productivity and the well-being of employees.

Psychology, B.S.: Industrial/Org Psychology
Information Technology Services ITS
ITS
Institute of Catholic Studies Inst. of Catholic Studies

Catholic Studies provides opportunities for you to encounter across many scholarly disciplines from philosophy to science.

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Undergraduate

Integrative Core Curriculum Integrative Core Curriculum

The Integrative Core Curriculum at John Carroll University prepares you to make a difference in the workplace and in society.

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BS Interdisciplinary Physics

Self-designed and flexible, the interdisciplinary physics major is ideal preparation for medical school, technical sales, or JCU’s five-year B.S./MBA program.

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BS International Business with Language and Culture BS

If you choose to major in International Business with Language and Culture, you’ll graduate with invaluable experience. Our program allows you to participate in real-world, course-level activities with international businesses and organizations. Through language classes, you’ll be introduced to the basic vocabulary of business and will be encouraged to take courses that focus on some aspect of the culture of the country associated with that language.

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BA Italian Studies

Courses in Italian Studies lead to a thorough understanding of the Italian language, as well as Italian culture and literature.

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BA JCU-OU Medical School Early Acceptance Program

John Carroll University and the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine have established a new partnership to help talented Ohio high school seniors reserve an assured seat in medical school.

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BA Leadership Development

The Leadership Development Minor has the flexibility to align with your needs, no matter your field of study.

Leadership Development Minor
MIN Leadership Development Minor

A perfect complement to any major, the leadership development minor offers the flexibility to align with your needs and individual interests. You’ll be exposed to leadership theory and practice, be guided in your leadership development, and offered opportunities to gain significant leadership experiences.

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Leadership Scholars Program

The Leadership Scholars Program is focused on developing student leaders who seek to become agents for meaningful change in their future professions and communities.

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BA LECOM Early Acceptance Programs for Medical, Dental, and Pharmacy School

John Carroll University and the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine have partnered to enable talented students to gain acceptance to both JCU and LECOM.

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BA Legal Studies

Prepare yourself for law school or a career in the legal field; be able to connect the relationship of law to society and social theory.

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M.Ed. Literacy Specialization

The Advanced Studies M.Ed. with literacy specialization gives you in-depth preparation in literacy, reading assessment, and diagnosis of reading problems.

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BA Literature Major

In studying English, students are encouraged to share in an enriching experience of reading literary texts and producing critical, creative, and professional writing. English majors learn to sharpen their analytical and writing powers, while studying works of literature they can enjoy throughout their lives.

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MIN Literature Minor

In studying English, students are encouraged to share in an enriching experience of reading literary texts and producing critical, creative, and professional writing.

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MA M.A. Degree – TRS

The Department of Theology and Religious Studies offers graduate courses in scripture, historical theology, systematic theology, religious ethics, world religions, and spirituality, leading to the degree Master of Arts.

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MA M.A. in Mathematics for Secondary Teachers

Our program, designed specifically for classroom teachers of secondary mathematics, reflects the NCTM standards and the recommendations of the Mathematical Association of America. The M.A. in Mathematics combines topics directly related to the secondary curriculum with enrichment material which you can apply directly to your own classes.

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MA M.A. Nonprofit Administration

The M.A. in Nonprofit Administration is an interdisciplinary professional degree program. Coursework in the program is offered by faculty from both the Boler College of Business and the College of Arts and Sciences. The program is intended for those who have or expect to have careers managing or administering nonprofit organizations.

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M.Ed. M.Ed Initial Licensure: Professional Teacher

The Professional Teacher Initial Licensure M.Ed. program provides the adult learner the opportunity to obtain Ohio teacher licensure as a part-time or full-time student.

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M.Ed. M.Ed Initial Licensure: School Based

The School-Based Master of Education (M.Ed.) program is designed for individuals with a baccalaureate or higher degree, who seek initial teacher licensure.

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M.Ed. M.Ed. with Initial Licensure

JCU provides two different pathways for post-baccalaureate students interested in pursuing a teaching license: the School-Based M.Ed. or the Professional Teacher M.Ed.

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MA MA Humanities

John Carroll University’s graduate humanities program gives you the opportunity to explore the big questions in life while satisfying your desire to learn about a topic in depth. Its interdisciplinary approach means you investigate historical, literary, philosophical, and cultural issues using the tools of different fields.

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BA Major in History - students enrolled before 2015

Students majoring in history take 39 credit hours (thirteen 3-credit courses), of which at least 18 (six 3-credit courses) must be at the 300 or 400 level.

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BS Management & Human Resources BS

Through project-based learning and experiential exercises, you’ll gain an intensive understanding of the concepts and techniques needed to effectively manage, recruit, select, train, develop, and retain organizational human capital. The MHR major is best suited for those who have a strong interest in the human element of organizations and how it can contribute to organizational success. The MHR major provides a curriculum supported by the world’s largest professional organization for management and human resource professionals.

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BS Marketing BS

Gain advanced skills in marketing through educational excellence grounded in the Jesuit tradition. Marketing creates, communicates, and delivers value to consumers. It is a marketer’s role to represent the voices of the marketplace in order to connect an organization’s mission to the needs of the market. Employers want innovative global marketing leaders who can use analytical and creative methods for developing innovative solutions to customer challenges and market opportunities.

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MA Master of Arts (M.A.) in Biology

The M.A. biology program is appealing to students who are interested in exploring post-baccalaureate education, or who are non-matriculated students that desire to take only a few courses.

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MA Master of Arts in English: Master's Degree

Our graduate students arrive with the passion and ambition to learn about English-language literature, and leave with the ability to put their knowledge to use in rewarding careers.

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MS Master of Science (M.S.) in Biology

The M.S. degree is designed for students seeking research experience.

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MS Master of Science in Anesthesia with Case Western Reserve University

Each year, a limited number of qualified JCU students can gain preferred consideration for admission to CWRU’s Master of Science in Anesthesia program.

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Math and Computer Science Dept. of Math and Computer Science

Welcome to the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at John Carroll University. We offer undergraduate majors in mathematics, teaching math, computer science, computer science with healthcare information technology, and data science – as well as a master’s degree in mathematics for secondary teachers.

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BS Mathematics

The major in Mathematics leading to the Bachelor of Science prepares students for immediate employment after completion of the degree or for graduate study.

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BA Mathematics Content Area for Middle Childhood Education Majors

The major in middle childhood education is administered by the Department of Education. Students who choose this major are required to select two curriculum content areas from language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies.

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MIN Mathematics Minor

Minor in Mathematics: 23-24 credit hours.

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BA MEDStart

The MEDStart program is offered by the University of Toledo College of Medicine. It allows qualified students to by-pass the MCAT and gain acceptance to the medical college in their junior year.

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CON Mental Health Services

The Mental Health Services concentration provides a foundation for understanding how people handle stress, relate to others, and make life choices.

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BA Middle Childhood

The middle childhood education program develops expertise in working with children from grades four through nine. You'll prepare to teach two of four content areas: language arts/reading, math, science, and social studies.

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M.Ed. Middle/Secondary Education

The middle/secondary education specialization provides teachers with a more in-depth knowledge of their teaching field (English, social studies, biology, mathematics, communications, or theology and religious studies).

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CON Neuroscience Concentration
CON Neuroscience Concentration (Interdisciplinary)

The Interdisciplinary Neuroscience concentration is coordinated by the Department of Psychology and is intended for biology, chemistry, and psychology majors who desire an interdisciplinary approach to the study of physiology, biochemistry, and behavior of higher organisms.

Neuroscience Concentration (Interdisciplinary)
Nonprofit Administration Nonprofit Admin.

Our Nonprofit Administration and Certificate in Nonprofit Management programs expand your ability to innovate in your organization and impact your community. We help you develop the skills necessary to lead, change, and advance social justice.

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Peace, Justice, and Human Rights Peace, Justice, and Human Rights

The Peace, Justice, and Human Rights Program offers an interdisciplinary major and minor, consistent with John Carroll University’s mission to inspire individuals to excel in learning, leadership, and service, and to prepare students for careers in nonprofits, public service, law, and social entrepreneurship, helping to create a more just, peaceful, and equitable world.

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Undergraduate

CON Philosophy Law and Politics: Option

This option provides you with excellent preparation for careers in the legal profession, politics, and government.

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MIN Philosophy Minor

You can complement your major program with six philosophy courses (just three courses beyond the core curriculum requirements).

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BA Philosophy: Major

A philosophy major or minor is universally beneficial since it teaches you to analyze and resolve problems, see problems from different points of view, communicate cogently and persuasively, and integrate knowledge.

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BA Physics

The physics B.A. degree provides you with a comprehensive introduction to the discipline and the opportunity to explore some areas of physics in greater depth. It is appropriate if you are pursuing law school, want to teach at the high school level, or are interested in the 3-2 dual degree engineering program with Case Western Reserve University.

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BS Physics

The physics B.S. requires an in-depth study of the core areas of physics and a selection of upper-division courses such as thermal physics, atomic and molecular physics, condensed matter physics, or other engineering electives.

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MIN Physics Minor

The physics B.S. requires an in-depth study of the core areas of physics and a selection of upper-division courses such as thermal physics, atomic and molecular physics, condensed matter physics, or other engineering electives.

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MIN PJHR Minor

A minor in Peace, Justice, and Human Rights is a great compliment to many majors. You'll gain a thorough understanding of peacebuilding and conflict resolution, social justice, and human rights advocacy.

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BA PJHR: Major

The PJHR program combines undergraduate research and study with experiential and service learning to help you gain a thorough understanding of peacebuilding and conflict resolution, social justice and human rights advocacy.

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Political Science Dept. of Political Science

You'll learn about political institutions of government, political behavior, and political theory.

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BA Political Science Minor

You’ll sharpen your analytical abilities and expand your understanding of politics, government, and civic engagement.

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BA Political Science, B.A.

You will think critically and communicate effectively, analyzing problems through multiple points of view while developing a global perspective of citizenship.

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MIN Population and Public Health Minor

Public health seeks to improve the health of communities through research, educational programs, and health promotion.

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BS Pre-Health Professions

Pre-health professions programs are great preparation for careers in medicine, dentistry, podiatry, nursing, pharmacy, and more.

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Pre-Law Advising Program Pre-Law Advising Program

Pre-Law Advising offers programs, including one where you earn both a bachelor’s and Juris Doctor degree in six years.

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Pre-Medical Post-Baccalaureate Program

The pre-medical post-baccalaureate program is designed for students who want to fulfill the requirements for admission to medical school, dental school, and other professional health care schools.

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BA Pre-Pharmacy Program

John Carroll University’s Pre-Pharmacy Program has a strong record of graduates successfully obtaining PharmD degrees from several different universities.

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MIN Professional Healthcare Preparation Minor and Certificate Program

Get a head start on your medical career with our professional healthcare preparation minor or certificate.

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BA Professional Writing Major

The Professional Writing major opens up a number of professional writing careers, including medical science writing, technical writing, writing as healing, environmental writing, compliance and regulatory writing, film writing, and more.

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MIN Professional Writing Minor

Opens up a number of professional writing careers, including medical science writing, technical writing, writing as healing, environmental writing, compliance and regulatory writing, film writing, and more.

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Psychology Department Dept. of Psychology

Our department empowers you with knowledge in the core areas of psychology, critical thinking skills, and research experience. You’ll enjoy conducting your own research and collaborating with faculty using advanced equipment in our Dolan Center for Science and Technology.

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MIN Psychology Minors

Students have three options to minor in psychology: general psychology, forensic psychology, or psychology of human diversity.

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BS Psychology, B.S.

The major provides a base for a variety of academic and professional fields, such as psychological research, counseling, clinical psychology, social work, business and industry, medicine, human resources, and law.

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Reading Endorsement Program

The reading endorsement provides licensed teachers with an in-depth preparation in literacy, reading assessments, and diagnosis of reading problems.

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M.Ed. School Counseling

The John Carroll University School Counseling program helps you contribute to the greater good by assisting children and adolescents with their academic, personal, and career development. Our CACREP-accredited School Counseling program leads to licensure by the State of Ohio.

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School Psychology Program

Our nationally accredited graduate program in school psychology leads to a M.Ed. or Ed.S. degree, and prepares students for the School Psychologist license in Ohio.

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Ed.S. School Psychology: Ed.S.

In addition to the initial courses leading to the M.Ed. degree, candidates for the Ed.S. degree and school psychology licensure must complete additional coursework.

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M.Ed. School Psychology: M.Ed

The school psychology program is a full-time, nationally approved, 78-semester-hour program that students complete in three years.

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Social Innovation Fellows Program (SIF)

SIF is dedicated to creating social innovators and entrepreneurs who are inspired by Ignatian values — rigor, generosity, gratitude, inclusivity, solidarity, and a desire for the greater good.

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CON Social Work, Community and Health Concentration

If you're interested in social work, nonprofit administration, counseling, community development, public health, public policy, law, or advocacy, this concentration is for you.

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BA Sociology & Criminology

As a sociology and criminology major, you can tailor your studies to prepare for a variety of career paths as well as graduate and professional school.

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MIN Sociology & Criminology Minor

Enhance your understanding of social human behavior and develop critical thinking abilities that will prove valuable, no matter your major.

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BA Spanish and Hispanic Studies

The Spanish and Hispanic Studies program prepares you to communicate effectively in Spanish; to understand the cultural perspectives, products, and practices of the Spanish-speaking world; and to act with intercultural competence.

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M.Ed. Specialized Sequence

The Advanced Studies M.Ed. with specialized sequence is an opportunity for experienced teachers to self-design a program of study in consultation with an advisor that meets current professional needs.

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BA Sports Studies B.A.

The Mike Cleary Program in Sports Studies helps you develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to become a leader in a sports-related career of your choice.

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MIN Statistics & Analytics Minor

Minor in Statistics and Analytics: 18-20 credit hours.

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M.Ed. Substance Use Disorders

The Advanced Studies M.Ed. with substance use disorders specialization provides preparation for facilitating interventions, evaluating support systems, and planning appropriate follow-up services and continuing care for those experiencing substance use disorders.

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CON Substance Use Disorders Concentration

The Substance Use Disorders concentration, available to current students in John Carroll’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling master’s program, provides in-depth training and work toward license eligibility. The three-course concentration prepares you for LICDC licensure.

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CON Substance Use Disorders Counseling Certificate

The Substance Use Disorders Counseling Certificate program, open to current undergraduate students or any student with an associate’s, bachelor’s, or master’s degree, prepares you to become license eligible as either a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC) or a Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor (LICDC), depending on prior academic work.

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BS Supply Chain Management BS

Supply chain management is the oversight of materials, information, and finances as they move in a process from supplier to manufacturer to wholesaler to retailer to consumer. Our program incorporates the best in-class methods, concepts, and tools that companies need to gain that competitive advantage. The SCM curriculum complements other business majors, In particular, students who complete the SCM major with majors in management and marketing are highly successful.

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MIN Theatre Minor

The Theatre minor will give you the skills you need to flourish in today’s convergent communication environment along with developing excellent leadership, critical thinking, writing, speaking, and performance skills.

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BA Theology & Religious Studies

When you study the world’s religions, you will make an impact in more than just the classroom, the church, the mosque, the synagogue, or the temple. Gain the tools to understand and effectively respond to the religious forces that shape contemporary businesses, interpersonal relationships, our society, and the world.

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BA Theology & Religious Studies

A minor in Theology and Religious Studies complements a wide variety of majors. You’ll have the opportunity to choose from courses in Scripture, the history of Christianity, theology, world religions, and religious ethics, among many other areas of study.

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Tim Russert Department of Communication Tim Russert Dept. of Communication

With a Russert degree, you’ll be able to to create, present, evaluate, and analyze messages in a variety of media and arenas.

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BA 3+2 Nursing Program with Case Western Reserve University

Biology majors interested in nursing as a career may choose to enter a cooperative program in pre-nursing/nursing and earn the Bachelor of Science from John Carroll University and the Master of Nursing from Case Western Reserve University.

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BA 3+3 Dual Admission Law Program

You will obtain a bachelor’s degree from John Carroll, followed by a J.D. from Case Western Reserve University in six years.

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BS 3-2 Engineering Dual Degree Program

If you're interested in engineering, you can participate in the 3-2 Dual Degree Engineering Program with Case Western Reserve University. You'll attend John Carroll for three years, then transfer to CWRU for two years and receive both a bachelor’s degree from JCU and a B.S. in Engineering from CWRU.

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MA 5th-Year B.S.B.A./M.A. Program

The 5th-Year B.S.B.A./M.A. Program in Nonprofit Administration will allow students pursuing an undergraduate degree to complete either a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in any major and an M.A. in Nonprofit Administration within a five-year time frame.

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