Major Studies

Below is a list of the majors available at Chestnut Hill College. Click for more information:

 

Accounting 

Art Studio
Biochemistry
Biology 

Business Administration
Chemistry
Communications
Communications and Technology
Computer and Information Sciences 

Computer and Information Technology 

Computer Systems Management
Criminal Justice 

Digital Forensics 

Education 

English Literature
English Literature and Communications
Environmental Sciences
Forensic Biology
Forensic Chemistry
French 

History 
Human Services 
International Business, Language, and Culture 
Marketing
Mathematical and Computer Sciences
Mathematics 
Molecular Biology 
Music 

Music Education
Political Science
Psychology  

Sociology
Spanish 

 

 

Combined Programs

B.S. in Computer and Information Sciences (CIS) and M.S. in Instructional Technology
B.S. in Computer and Information Technology (CIT) and M.S. in Instructional Technology
B.A. in Human Services and M.S. in Administration of Human Services
B.S. and M.S. in International Business, Language & Culture  
B.A. in Psychology and  M.S. in Clinical and Counseling Psychology 
B.S. in Early Education and M.Ed. in Special Education Certification  
B.S. in Middle Level Education and M.Ed. with Special Education Certification  

 

 

Dual-Degree Programs

Bioscience Technologies Partnership Program 

Physician's Assistant Pratnership Program 

Radiological Sciences Partnership Program 

 

 

Minors

Minor Studies - 18 credits or 6 courses 

Students who wish to pursue a minor in any discipline must obtain a form from the Office of the Associate Dean for Advising. This form should be taken to the chair of the department in which the student wishes to minor. Departments that offer minor studies are:

 

 

Interdisciplinary Minors

The Interdisciplinary Minors are available in the following areas of study. Contact the Associate Dean for Academic Advising for complete information.