Open this tooltip to learn what ‘undergraduate’ means.
‘Undergraduate’ can be used to describe a degree or a student.
An ‘undergraduate degree’ is generally a bachelor’s degree, a degree requiring about
four years of study at the university level (beyond high school).
An ‘undergraduate student’ is a student who does not have an undergraduate or bachelor’s
degree but is studying to earn one.
If you have never gone to college, or if the most advanced education you’ve completed
so far is a high school diploma or its equivalent, our undergraduate programs are
Students in Motion Stay in Motion
For more than 80 years, Jacksonville University has offered active, hands-on undergraduate
academics that encourage exploration and ingenuity. From aviation to kinesiology,
biology to business, marine science to dance, you’ll encounter challenging new concepts
and generate exciting ideas both in and out of the classroom.
Undergraduate Majors & Programs
Open this tooltip to learn more about what graduate programs are.
‘Graduate’ can be used to describe a degree or a student.
A ‘graduate degree’ is an advanced degree that has a bachelor’s degree as a prerequisite.
It could be a master’s degree (like an M.S., M.B.A., or M.F.A.), a professional degree
(like a J.D. or D.D.S.), or a doctoral degree (like a Ph.D. or D.N.P.).
A ‘graduate student’ (or ‘grad student’) is someone who has earned an undergraduate
or bachelor’s degree and is studying to earn a graduate degree.
If you have already earned a 4-year-degree, and you’re looking to pursue more advanced
study, our graduate programs are for you.
Propel Your Education Further
A Masters degree from Jacksonville University builds on your existing education for
an even stronger academic foundation. We offer graduate and doctorate degrees in several
areas, from public policy to nursing. Pursue your passions and enhance your future
with dynamic courses and real-world experiences.
Graduate Majors & Programs