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The Maryville Advantage


Students often ask “what should I major in?” At Maryville University, you can choose from over 90 undergraduate and graduate college majors. During your studies, you’ll actively participate in the learning process by doing, creating and interacting with each other and the innovative environment that surrounds you. With our revolutionary approach to personalized learning, it’s no surprise 98 percent of Maryville graduates obtain a job in their chosen field or attend graduate school within six months of graduating. That’s the Maryville advantage.

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  • What is an undergraduate degree?

    An undergraduate degree, also known as a bachelor’s degree, is what a student earns after completing the coursework required for the major. Maryville offers undergraduate degrees in a wide range of fields including business, healthcare, education, science, mathematics and more.
  • What is a graduate degree?

    A graduate degree can be a master’s degree or a doctoral degree. Students typically enroll in a graduate program after receiving a bachelor’s degree. Maryville offers 25+ master’s degrees and 10 doctoral programs.

  • What college degrees does Maryville University offer?

    Maryville offers three types of degrees: bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees. Maryville offers over 90 programs at all levels within four schools and colleges: College of Arts and Sciences, the John E. Simon School of Business, the Myrtle E. and Earl E. Walker College of Health Professions and the School of Education.
  • What if I haven’t decided or picked a major yet?

    If you are still exploring a field of study, or are unsure of the career you want to pursue, you can receive personalized attention through the Division of Student Success. Undergraduate students have the opportunity to utilize assessments that highlight their strengths, interests and passions along with career and professional development. We are committed to supporting you throughout your academic journey.