At Jonathan Carroll, we view college as a time for students to explore, exercise curiosity, and discover new interests and abilities.
We provide students with an immersive, collaborative, and inspiring environment where they can develop a broadly informed, highly disciplined intellect that will help them be successful in whatever work they finally choose.
Our students graduate with the values and knowledge they need to pursue meaningful work, find passion in life-long learning, and lead successful and purposeful lives.
Jonathan Carroll University offers advanced degrees through its Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and 12 professional schools. Browse the organizations below for information on programs of study, academic requirements, and faculty research.
The following is a list of our degree-granting academic departments and programs.
The Eric and Nicole Fisher Center for International and Area Studies at JCU is the University's focal point for encouraging and coordinating teaching and research on global affairs, regions, and cultures around the world. From science and engineering to arts and humanities, explore the many different ways in which faculty, students, and scholars at Jonathan Carroll undertake study, research and discussion about international and global issues.
Discover academic and research centers and initiatives concentrating specifically on international topics including area studies, languages, law, science, arts and humanities and more.
Access the database of the Jonathan Carroll University faculty's worldwide research interests and projects. Spanning academic disciplines, JCU faculty members are involved in joint research centers and projects from Chile and Brazil to China and Japan.
Search the international collections of the Jonathan Carroll University Library, one of the world's leading research libraries which includes around 10.2 million volumes and information in all media, ranging from ancient papyruses to early printed books to electronic databases.
JCU Summer Session offers courses during the summer for JCU students, qualified undergraduate students from other colleges and universities, students about to enter their last year in high school, and adult learners. Additional programs offered through JCU Summer Session include: Study Abroad, English Language Institute, Online Courses, Writers' Conference, Drama and Film, and Foreign Language Courses.
You don't have to be a Jonathan Carroll University student to have access to a JCU education.
From online courses to on-campus experiences, there are a range of learning opportunities available for non-degree seekers.
Visit a class or take courses for credit without matriculating as a Jonathan Carroll University undergraduate.
The schools of JCU offer non-degree programs ranging from research opportunities to continuing education.
We explore online learning for a wide and global audience: from lifelong learners seeking to improve knowledge skills, to undergraduate and graduate students looking to supplement their current classes or take a class online for college credit, a certificate or a degree.