James Madison University offers many academic programs for students. For details about major requirements, please click the following links:
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Computer Information Systems
Education Programs 1
Environmental Programs 2
Health Services Administration
Integrated Science and Technology
Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies
Media Arts and Design
Modern Foreign Languages
Philosophy and Religion
Pre-professional Health Programs 3
Public Policy and Administration
Theatre and Dance
Writing, Rhetoric and Technical Communication
1 Students cannot major in education. Refer to this page for more information about teacher education programs and teacher licensure at JMU.
2 Students from throughout the university have the opportunity to study environmental issues by majoring in an environmental program. Refer to this page for more information about these programs.
3 Pre-professional health programs are not majors; they are preparation programs that outline a set of JMU courses and requirements that commonly serve as prerequisites for admission to graduate-level professional programs. Refer to this page for more information about these programs.