Visual Arts - Academic Program
Students who study Visual Arts learn to create using a variety of media and techniques, including ceramics, drawing, metalwork and jewelry, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture, and exhibit their work on and off campus.
Programs offered: Bachelor's, Certificate
Colleges & Schools - Page
Designated a Research Doctoral University by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, the Universityâ€™s 11 colleges and schools serve more than 21,000 undergraduate and graduate students with more than 300 doctoral, masterâ€™s and baccalaureate level programs.
Filmmaking - Academic Program
Our intensive, conservatory-style progression of coursework gives our filmmaking students a powerful foundation in the concepts of story.
Programs offered: Bachelor's
Arts and Health - Academic Program
The graduate certificate program in Arts and Health provides arts professionals and health care professionals with the tools to integrate the arts into health and wellness for individuals and communities.
Programs offered: Certificate
Film Studies - Academic Program
These rich and varied offerings give students an understanding of the growth and development of the cinema â€“ the 20th centuryâ€™s most vital art form.
Programs offered: Minor
Mentor Collective - Page
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences Mentor Collective program enhances the student experience by linking them one-on-one with an alumni or peer mentor.
Paying for College - Page
Students and families have several options to help finance their Montclair education. It is important to review all options and determine which method(s) are best for your individual needs.
Early College Program - Page
Academically ambitious high school students have an exciting opportunity to complement high school study with Montclair State University coursework.
Office of the Provost - Page
The Montclair State University Provost oversees academic programs, schools, colleges, and the University library.
Montclair State 2+2 - Page
Transfer to Montclair State through the 2+2 program designed for New Jersey community college students. Montclair State University has entered into a series of agreements that guarantee admission to the University for students who enroll at various community colleges and complete an associateâ€™s degree.
Language, Business and Culture - Page
The innovative Bachelor of Arts program combines intensive language and culture study (a choice of Arabic, French, German, Italian or Spanish) with fundamental business skills to prepare students for exciting careers both at home and abroad.
Master of Arts in Teaching - Academic Program
The program's professional course sequence and clinical field experiences emphasize teaching for critical thinking and preparing P-12 students to participate as citizens in a democracy.
Programs offered: Master's
Dance - Academic Program
In this program, you will combine a liberal arts degree with conservatory-based training. Our expert faculty will guide you on your journey to becoming a professional dancer, choreographer, critic or dance teacher.
Programs offered: Bachelor's, Master's
Transfer Nights - Page
If youâ€™re thinking of transferring to Montclair State from another college or university, or if you have already been accepted to start next semester with us, then please join us at one of our upcoming Transfer Nights. At Transfer Night, you will learn about the entire transfer process, from filling out an application to scheduling an advising appointment.
Journalism - Academic Program
Develop competencies in writing, research and production techniques as well as gain knowledge from a solid foundation of liberal arts courses.
Programs offered: Bachelor's, Minor
Art Forum - Page
Speaker series featuring professional notable artists, designers, historians, and critics.
Academics - Page
From Accounting to Visual Arts, Montclair State offers more than 300 doctoral, masterâ€™s and baccalaureate-level programs.
Jewish American Studies - Academic Program
Gives students the opportunity to explore recent scholarship on the literature, art and culture of the Jewish community in America as well as the contributions of immigrant culture to society.
Programs offered: Minor