In recent years, the College has expanded its offerings and developed new majors.
The expansion has touched on many areas to help St. Joseph’s offer a complete liberal arts education. And there most likely will be more programs coming. As of mid-summer, two programs were waiting for New York State approval to be offered at the Long Island Campus.
They include: a concentration in philosophy for child study majors and an interdisciplinary major in philosophy and religious studies. An M.A. in Math Education was also written and approved at the May faculty meeting.
A minor in therapeutic recreation will also be offered on both campuses this semester.
The College also began offering its Executive Master of Business Administration online this semester. It is the second School of Professional and Graduate Studies program to go online, matching the already successful B.S. in Organizational Management, which went online in 2005.
Last year, SJC unveiled an M.S. in Human Services Management and Leadership on both campuses and the Brooklyn Campus also added an art minor, which went along with majors in recreation and criminal justice and a dual B.S./M.B.A. in Accounting that the campus added in recent years.
From the Fall 2009 SJC Magazine