Degree Programs

​Degree Programs and Majors

Choosing your major shouldn't be a question of how much money you are going to make when you graduate college, but how much you're going to make of yourself, both in college and in the years to come. Our small class sizes and close interaction with faculty will prepare you well. Ninety-seven percent of graduates from the Class of 2015 were employed or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation.

For complete information on any of our majors, view our Course Catalog.

Accounting
  • Accounting​
  • Accounting-Finance 150-hour Dual Major
Biblical and Religious Studies
  • Biblical and Religious Studies
Biology
  • Biology
  • Biology/Health
  • Conservation Biology
  • Molecular Biology
Business
  • Business Management
  • Finance
  • Industrial Management
  • International Business
  • Marketing Management
Chemistry
  • Biochemistry
  • Chemistry
Communication and Visual Arts
  • Communication Studies
Computer Science
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Computer Science
Economics
  • Business/Economics
  • Economics
  Education
  • PreK-4 Elementary Education
  • PreK-8 Special Education with PreK-4 Elementary Education
  • Middle Level Math/English Education
  • Middle Level Math/History Education
  • Middle Level Science/English Education
  • Middle Level Science/History Education
  • Middle Level Science/Math Education
  • Grades K-12 Certification
    – Biology/General Science/Environmental
    – French
    – Music​
    – Spanish
  • Grades 7-12 Certification
    – Biology/General Science
    – Chemistry
    – Chemistry/General Science
    – English
    – English/Communication
    – History
    – Mathematics
    – Physics
    – Physics/General Science
    – Social Studies
Electrical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering with Computer Engineering Concentration
English
  • English
Entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurship
History
  • History​
Mathematics
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematics/Actuarial Science
​​Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
Modern Languages
  • French
  • Spanish
Music
  • Music
  • Music/Business
  • Music Education
  • Music/Performing Arts
  • Music/Religion
Philosophy
  • Philosophy
Physical Education
  • Exercise Science
Physics
  • Physics
  • Physics/Computer Hardware
  • Physics/Computer Software
Political Science
  • Political Science
Psychology
  • Psychology (B.A.)
  • Psychology (B.S.)
Sociology
  • Sociology
Pre-Professional Programs
  • Pre-Dental
  • Pre-Law
  • Pre-Medical
  • Pre-Theology
  • Pre-Veterinary​
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Transfer Applicants

​Grove City College welcomes all transfer applicants. Acceptance to the College is determined by the quality of your application submission, SAT/ACT scores and college transfer grades, availability with your declared major, and residence space on-campus.

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First-Time Freshmen Applicants

Students applying to Grove City College as freshman applicants can submit their application for either through Early Decision or Regular Decision.

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Financial Aid

Freedom is when the education of your lifetime doesn’t take your lifetime to repay.

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How To Apply

​Whether you are headed into your senior year in high school or looking to transfer from another school to Grove City College, the following information is a detailed overview of the college application process.

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Applications

​ Complete the application form, answering all questions that pertain to you. This information is required for your permanent record in the Registrar's Office and to assist your academic advisor.

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Schedule an Interview

As a part of our holistic admissions process, the interview gives each student the opportunity to highlight his/her accomplishments and involvements in high school, goals for the future, and any other areas of interest to an admissions counselor.

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