Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences

Majors, Minors, and Certificates

Majors and Minors

The following is a list of majors available from departments in the Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences. Majors marked with an asterisk (*) are also available as minors. Minors comprise a basic introduction in a field of study. The related area may represent a thematic cluster, geographic grouping, or some other combination. For more information, consult the Undergraduate Bulletin.

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Department Degree Type Major Sheet
A&S/Business Dual Major BA or BS Adobe PDF icon
Actuarial Mathematics BS Adobe PDF icon
Africana Studies * BA Adobe PDF icon
Africana Studies–English BA Adobe PDF icon
Anthropology BA Adobe PDF icon
Applied Mathematics BS Adobe PDF icon
Architectural Studies BA Adobe PDF icon
Astronomy BA Adobe PDF icon
Bioinformatics BS Adobe PDF icon
Biological Sciences BS Adobe PDF icon
Chemistry * BS Adobe PDF icon
Chinese * BA Adobe PDF icon
Classics * BA Adobe PDF icon
Communication: Rhetoric & Comm BA Adobe PDF icon
Computer Science * BS Adobe PDF icon
Ecology and Evolution BS Adobe PDF icon
Economics * BA or BS Adobe PDF icon
Economics–Statistics BS Adobe PDF icon
English Literature * BA Adobe PDF icon
English Writing * BA Adobe PDF icon
Environmental Geology BS Adobe PDF icon
Environmental Studies BA Adobe PDF icon
Film Studies * BA Adobe PDF icon
French * BA Adobe PDF icon
Geology BS Adobe PDF icon
German Language and Cultural Studies * BA Adobe PDF icon
History * BA Adobe PDF icon
History and Philosophy of Science BA Adobe PDF icon
History of Art and Architecture * BA Adobe PDF icon
Interdisciplinary German Studies BA Adobe PDF icon
International and Area Studies BPhil Web page
Italian Language and Literature * BA Adobe PDF icon
Italian Studies * BA Adobe PDF icon
Japanese * BA Adobe PDF icon
Korean * (minor only)   Web page
Linguistics * BA Adobe PDF icon
Mathematics * BS Adobe PDF icon
Mathematical Biology BS Adobe PDF icon
Mathematics-Economics BS Adobe PDF icon
Microbiology BS Adobe PDF icon
Molecular Biology BS Adobe PDF icon
Music * BA Adobe PDF icon
Neuroscience * BS Adobe PDF icon
Philosophy * BA Adobe PDF icon
Physics * BS Adobe PDF icon
Physics and Astronomy BS Adobe PDF icon
Political Science * BA Adobe PDF icon
Politics-Philosophy BA Adobe PDF icon
Psychology BS Adobe PDF icon
Religious Studies * BA Adobe PDF icon
Russian (and Slovak Studies minor) BA Adobe PDF icon
Slavic Studies BA Adobe PDF icon
Sociology * BA Adobe PDF icon
Spanish * (and Portuguese minor) BA Adobe PDF icon
Statistics * BS Adobe PDF icon
Studio Arts * BA Adobe PDF icon
Theatre Arts * BA Adobe PDF icon
Urban Studies BA Adobe PDF icon

Certificate Programs

Certificate programs allow students to complete a concentrated area of study in addition to their major. Certificates typically require 18-24 credits, are noted on your transcript upon graduation, and can be used to fulfill the related area requirement. More information is available from the Undergraduate Bulletin.

Certificates from the University Center for International Studies

Dietrich School students may complement their major with a certificate from the prestigious University Center for International Studies (UCIS). You can read more about UCIS in the Undergraduate Student Handbook.

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