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GMercyU’s School of Arts and Sciences will help you develop the knowledge and skills you need to succeed in a competitive marketplace. With small classes taught by experienced faculty, you will focus on today’s in-demand skills, such as communication, ethics, problem-solving, research, and critical thinking.
Whether you choose to earn your bachelor’s degree in biology, criminal justice, psychology or one of our other programs in the humanities, arts or sciences, you will find a strong network of support and a real commitment to helping you make a difference – in your life and in the lives of others.
Each of the following undergraduate degree programs are offered on our Main Campus in Gwynedd Valley, Pa.
*Students who major in biology, history, or mathematics can pursue Secondary Education Teacher Certification.
Some programs offered by the School of Arts & Sciences may require a criminal background check, child abuse clearance, specific immunizations, and other health-related clearances to participate in experiential learning required as part of your undergraduate curriculum. In addition, some careers require a criminal background check and/or certain immunizations as a condition of employment. See the undergraduate catalog for more information and course descriptions.
Gwynedd Mercy University’s Honors Program provides academically accomplished students a chance to work closely with faculty and other talented students on a rigorous curriculum designed to challenge and inspire them. To learn more, visit our Honors Program page.
GMercyU students have the opportunity to gain real-world experience through internships at some of the area’s top companies, such as ESPN, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), WHYY, and the Office of the Attorney General, among others.
If you’re looking for experienced faculty who will take a genuine interest in you, GMercyU is the place to go. Our small classes offer plenty of opportunities for you to get to know your professors and for them to get to know you. Our faculty also have a wide network of professional contacts so you can build your network before you graduate.
Many students in the School of Arts & Sciences work closely with faculty members on original research projects, and are invited to present at and attend the Undergraduate Research Conference held in April.
Gwynedd Mercy University’s School of Arts and Sciences offers access to fully equipped science laboratories and advanced classroom technology.