St. Gregory’s College of Arts and Sciences provides a traditional liberal arts learning experience. Whether you know exactly what you want to be, or are still searching for a career choice that sparks your interest, we offer a broad range of college degrees.
The links below lead to quick overviews of each of St. Gregory’s traditional college degree programs. From core classes to eventual career options, the information on these pages is meant to help you find your spark and give you the basic tools you need to choose the major that best suits you.
The mission of the St. Gregory’s University Department of Business is to prepare and encourage value-centered professionals to be committed to an entrepreneurial spirit, ethical focus and global orientation. We do this by combining extensive, reality-based experiences with specialized academic courses.
St. Gregory’s Department of Education offers excellent preparation for those who desire to teach the next generation of students. Our accredited programs lead to bachelor’s degrees and initial licensure in Elementary or Secondary Education.
- Early Childhood Education
- Elementary Education
- Secondary Social Studies Education
- Secondary Life Science/Biology Education
- Secondary Mathematics Education
- Secondary English Education
- Mid-Level Math Education
The Department of Humanities showcases the broad liberal arts focus of St. Gregory’s by challenging students to enhance critical thinking and develop effective speaking and research skills essential to numerous career paths. Active engagement in high-quality creative writing distinguishes St. Gregory’s students in their perceptive approach to literature and in the Catholic tradition of values that will enrich their intellectual life and increase their individual usefulness to society.
Life Science and Kinesiology Degrees
The Department of Life Science and Kinesiology develops professionals in areas related to human movement, wellness, sport and leisure . The disciplines represented in the department seek to develop balance in a student’s educational experience through the integration of the cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains of learning.
St. Gregory's Catholic Nursing Degree program curriculum will have an ethical focus based in Catholic theology and social teaching. Graduates will be well prepared to provide holistic care by treating the whole person – spiritually, emotionally and mentally – as well as physically. Students will receive a well-rounded and diverse clinical experience, so they will be recognized as being well prepared for employment. St. Gregory's offers a unique perspective of emerging issues such as transformative learning and global leadership.
Physical Sciences and Mathematics Degree
The mission of the Department of Physical Sciences and Mathematics is to develop students’ skills in problem-solving and analyzing situations using the tools of mathematics and the physical sciences. Mathematics is a field that is both a science and an art, and St. Gregory’s Department of Physical Sciences and Mathematics gives students the opportunity to discover both the precision and the beauty present in the algorithms that define our existence.
Social and Behavioral Sciences Degrees
St. Gregory’s Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences approaches the study of psychology, sociology, political science, criminal justice and communications in the context of the whole person, with the goal of empowering our students to make a difference wherever they live and work.
Theology and Philosophy Degrees
The Department of Theology and Philosophy at St. Gregory's University is dedicated to the core principles of a Catholic and Liberal Arts education, which seek to educate the whole person, intellectually, morally and spiritually. We encourage independent thinking and sound reasoning grounded in the love of truth, and we look to the perennial wisdom of the ages for guidance and inspiration.
Visual and Performing Arts Degrees
The Department of Visual and Performing Arts at St. Gregory’s University fosters intellectual inquiry and nurtures creativity in the context of a Catholic, liberal arts education. We recognize that the artistic vocation and its life-long commitment to learning are crucial elements of a successful community.