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

Biophysical Chemistry

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

Graphic Design

Health Sciences

Health Services Administration

History

Hospitality Management

Integrated Science and Technology

Intelligence Analysis

Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies

Interior Architecture

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.