Majors, Minors, and Certificates

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. Certificates are available within and outside of the Dietrich School. For more information, consult the Undergraduate Catalog.

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

College of General Studies Certificates

The College of General Studies also offers several certificate options for you to complete. Keep in mind that you can only use a total of 18 non-arts and sciences credits toward your degree.

Accounting Communication
Community Health Assessment Corporate/Community Relations
Digital Media Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies
Information System Design Leadership
Managing Health Services Programs
and Projects

National Preparedness and Homeland Security

Nonprofit Management  Writing
Writing for the Professions  

 

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