Degrees and Certification
Muhlenberg offers three degree programs: the Bachelor of Arts (A.B.), Bachelor of Science (B.S.), and a Bachelor of Liberal Arts & Sciences. A.B. majors include accounting, American studies, anthropology, art history, art studio, business administration, dance, economics, English, film studies, finance, French, history, international studies, Jewish studies, media and communication, music, philosophy, philosophy/political thought, political economy and public policy, political science, psychology, public health, religion studies, Russian studies, sociology, Spanish, and theatre. B.S. majors include biochemistry, biology, chemistry, computer science, environmental science, mathematics, natural science, neuroscience, physical science, and physics. The Bachelor of Liberal Arts & Science is a single degree of 43 or more units.
The College also offers fully accredited programs leading to certification in Pre K-4, 4-8, and secondary (7-12) education. Students must complete a major in an academic discipline together with the requirements for certification.
Academic Divisions and Departments
Presently, the College is organized into four academic divisions as follows: