Chatham University

Degrees & Programs

  Major Minor Integrated Program Online/Low Residency
Accounting M  m  IDP   
Applied Data Science Analytics M  m     
Art History        
Art Museum Studies   m     
Arts Management M    IDP   
Athletic Training (3+2 Program)     IDP   
Biochemistry M       
Biology M  m  IDP   
Botany   m     
BSN to Doctor of Nursing Practice (BSN-DNP)        
Business M  m  IDP   
Business Administration (B.A.) M      X 
Chemistry M  m     
Communication M  m  IDP   
Creative Writing M  m  IDP   
Criminology M  m     
Cultural Studies M       
Economics M  m     
Education M    IDP   
English M  m     
Environmental Science M    IDP   
Exercise Science M       
Film and Digital Technology   m  IDP   
Graphic Design   m     
Healthcare and Business Management M       
History M  m     
Interior Architecture M       
International Business M       
International Certificate Program (Certificate)        
International Studies M       
Management M  m     
Management Infomation Systems M  m     
Marketing M  m     
Mathematics M  m     
Media Arts M  m  IDP   
Music M  m     
Nurse Educator Certificate        
Nursing (Pathways to Nursing BSN) M       
Photography   m     
Physics M       
Policy Studies M       
Political Science M  m     
Psychology M  m  IDP   
Psychology (B.A.) M      X 
RN-to-Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) M      X 
Secondary Education Certification        
Social Services Administration M  m     
Social Work M       
Sustainability (BSUS) M  m  IDP   
Visual Arts M  m  IDP   
Visual Arts Education (K-12)- Teaching Certification        
Women's and Gender Studies M  m     
Women's Leadership Certificate        

Integrated Degree Programs

Earn your spot for a graduate degree from day one.

For the first time, Chatham students have the opportunity to guarantee admission into Chatham's competitive School of Health Sciences graduate programs through Integrated Degree programs (IDP). Non-health sciences students can participate in IDPs as well and earn a bachelor's degree in the major of their choice along with a master's degree from Chatham or a local partnering university in as little as five years. The Integrated Degree Program requires a demanding undergraduate load for three years, followed by full-time graduate studies. Incoming students should contact Admissions or consult their advisors as early as possible in their undergraduate studies for guidance in developing an appropriate undergraduate course of study. Click for more information.

Self-designed Majors/Minors

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