Majors & Minors

Major/Minor Name Degree Minor
Accountancy BS
African Studies
American Ethnic Studies
Anthropology BA
Applied Mathematics BS
Arabic
Art History BA
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology BS
Bioethics, Humanities and Medicine
Biology BA, BS
Biophysics BS
Business and Enterprise Management BS
Chemistry BA, BS
Chinese Language and Culture BA
Classical Languages BA
Classical Studies BA
Communication BA
Computer Science BA, BS
Creative Writing
Cultural Heritage & Preservation Studies
Dance
East Asian Studies
Economics BA
Elementary Education BA
Engineering BS
English BA
Entrepreneurship and Social Enterprise
Environmental Science BA, BS
Environmental Studies
Film and Media Studies
Finance BS
French Studies BA
German BA
German Studies BA
Global Trade and Commerce Studies
Greek BA
Health and Exercise Science BS
Health & Human Services
Health Policy and Administration
Hindi-Urdu
History BA
Interdisciplinary Humanities
The Interdisciplinary Major
International Studies
Italian Language & Culture
Japanese Language and Culture BA
Jewish Studies
Journalism
Latin BA
Latin-American & Latino Studies
Linguistics
Mathematical Business BS
Mathematical Economics BS
Mathematical Statistics BA, BS
Mathematics BA, BS
Medieval & Early Modern Studies
Middle East and South Asia Studies
Music
Music in Liberal Arts BA
Music Performance BA
Neuroscience
Philosophy BA
Physics BA, BS
Politics
and International Affairs
BA
Psychology BA
Religious Studies BA
Russian BA
Russian and East European Studies
Schools, Education and Society
Secondary Education
Sociology BA
Spanish BA
Statistics
Studio Art BA
Theatre BA
Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies BA
Writing

Foreign Areas of Study

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