Pathways

St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences offers pathways allowing undergraduate students to complete graduate-level coursework. Undergraduate students pursuing a pathway may take up to 12 credits as part of their undergraduate degrees, upon consultation with an advisor. Assuming good academic standing, matriculation into the appropriate graduate program is seamless upon completion of the undergraduate degree. Students in pathways receive their bachelor’s degrees once the undergraduate requirements are completed and receive their master’s degrees once the graduate requirements are completed.

Admission

If you are interested in a pathway, speak to your undergraduate Dean to determine eligibility. Applicants will be expected to demonstrate their ability to meet the same entrance requirements as for all St. John’s College graduate programs: an overall 3.0 grade point average (GPA) in their undergraduate courses.

B.S. Computer Science (Staten Island) to M.A. Applied and Computational Mathematics

Students who meet the selection criteria for acceptance into the pathway after their junior year can apply during the summer. Students with an overall GPA between 2.8 and 2.99 may be conditionally accepted to this pathway.

B.A. Environmental Sustainability and Decision Making (Queens) to M.A. Environmental Sustainability and Decision Making

B.A. Environmental Sustainability and Decision Making (Staten Island) to M.A. Environmental Sustainability and Decision Making

B.F.A. Fine Arts to M.A. Museum Administration
 

Molloy College

St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the School of Arts and Sciences at Molloy College have established an articulation agreement allowing high-achieving students across 14 disciplines at Molloy to pursue a pathway to a master's degree at St. John's. These pathways allow students at Molloy to save tuition money and get a head start on career readiness. 

Visit Molloy's website for more information and admission requirements.

Molloy Undergraduate Program

St. John’s Graduate Program

B.F.A. Art

M.A. Museum Administration

B.S. Biology

M.S. Biology

B.A. English

M.A. English

B.S. Earth and Environmental Studies

M.A. Environmental Sustainability and Decision Making

B.A. History

M.A. History

B.A./B.S. Interdisciplinary Studies

M.A. Liberal Studies

B.A. Mathematics

M.A. Applied and Computational Mathematics

B.A. Philosophy

M.A. Liberal Studies

B.A. Political Science

M.A. Government and Politics

B.S. Psychology

M.A. Psychology

B.A. Sociology

M.A. Sociology

B.A. Language, Literature and Cultures

M.A. Spanish

B.A. Theology and Religious Studies

M.A. Liberal Studies

B.A. Theology and Religious Studies

M.A. Theology

 

The College of Mount Saint Vincent

The College of Mount Saint Vincent Undergraduate Program

St. John’s Graduate Program

B.A. History

M.A. History

B.A. HistoryM.A. Government and Politics

B.A. History

M.S. Library and Information Science

B.A. Sociology

M.A. Criminology and Justice

B.A. Sociology

M.A. Sociology

 

University of South Florida

St. John's University

University of South Florida 

M.A. Sociology

Ph.D. Sociology