The Division of Arts and Sciences offers students six educational options:
Master of Arts in Religious Education (online).
The Bachelor of Science degrees in Criminal Justice and in Biology, and the Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Art, Communications, Computer Information Systems,
English, History, Humanities, Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Philosophy, Psychology,
Religious Studies, and Sociology. Concentrations are available in
International Education and Foreign Language, Political Science,
Chemistry and Criminology.
The two-year Associate degree in Liberal Arts with concentrations in any of the areas listed above.
Certificate program in Religious Studies, Information Assurance and Computer Security, Graphic Art, Photography and Forensics.
Joint Degree Programs with the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) in Allied Health Technology, Clinical Laboratory Sciences and Health Information Management.