Majors
James Madison University offers many academic programs for students. For details about major requirements, please click the following links:

Accounting
Adult Degree
Anthropology
Art
Art History
Athletic Training
Biology
Biotechnology
Chemistry
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Communication Studies
Computer Information Systems
Computer Science
Dietetics
Earth Science
Economics
Education Programs 1
Engineering
English
Environmental Programs 2
Finance
Geographic Science
Geology
Health Sciences
Health Services Administration
History
Hospitality Management
Intelligence Analysis
Integrated Science and Technology
Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies
International Affairs
International Business
Justice Studies
Kinesiology
Management
Marketing
Mathematics
Media Arts and Design
Modern Foreign Languages
Music
Nursing
Philosophy and Religion
Physics
Political Science
Pre-professional Health Programs 3
Psychology
Public Policy and Administration
Quantitative Finance
Social Work
Sociology
Sport and Recreation Management
Statistics
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.

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