Majors and Minors at John Cabot University
The Bachelor of Arts (BA) is a four-year liberal arts program consisting of 40 courses (120 credit hours) including a major field and the distribution requirements listed below.
Academic minors complement the BA by allowing students to select six designated courses within a different field of study, thus providing an opportunity for additional specialization.
John Cabot University also offers two year (60 credits) Associate of Arts degrees in all major and minor fields.
Major Fields of Study
- B.A. in Art History
- B.A. in Business Administration
- B.A. in Classical Studies
- B.A. in Communications
- B.A. in Economics and Finance
- B.A. in English Literature
- B.A. in History
- B.A. in Humanistic Studies
- B.A. in International Affairs
- B.A. in International Business
- B.A. in Italian Studies
- B.A. in Marketing
- B.A. in Political Science
Requirements for all Bachelor of Arts Degrees
There are basic requirements for all degrees at John Cabot University. The Proficiency Requirements of the University in English, Mathematics and Foreign Language and the General Distribution Requirements.
Furthermore, within each Bachelor degree program, there are specific requirements to be met by the student. These requirements include ten to twelve core courses, deemed by the Faculty to be essential to the discipline, and comparable to the requirements for the same degree at other recognized and accredited colleges and universities in the American system of higher education. In addition to the core requirements, students select electives that support the core program and courses in other discipline areas of particular interest.
To see the Requirements for the Bachelor of Arts Degree, click on the major of interest above.
- Art History
- Business Administration
- Classical Studies
- Creative Writing
- English Literature
- Humanistic Studies
- International Affairs
- Italian Studies
- Legal Studies
- Political Science