Undergraduate Studies

Majors

Every undergraduate must complete the requirements of a major. While most students complete authorized clusters to complement their majors (see clusters for more details), students may, in addition to their major, select one or more minors and a second major, and may choose to complete one of the interdepartmental certificate programs noted below.

The College Center for Advising Services can provide more detailed information regarding the process students use to declare majors, minors, and certificates.

Learning objectives for each major >

Click on the links listed below to learn the details about each major.

African and African American Studies (BA) Environmental Health (BS)
American Sign Language (BA) Epidemiology (BA)
American Studies (BA) Film and Media Studies (BA)
Anthropology (BA) French (BA)
Archaeology, Technology and Historical Structures (BA) Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies (BA)
Art History (BA) Geomechanics (BS)
Audio and Music Engineering (BS) German (BA)
Bioethics (BA) Health, Behavior, and Society (BA)
Biological Sciences (BS) with specialties in: Health Policy (BA)
  - Biochemistry History (BA)
  - Cell and Developmental Biology Interdepartmental Studies (BA)
  - Computational Biology International Relations (BA)
  - Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Japanese (BA)
  - Microbiology Linguistics (BA)
  - Molecular Genetics Mathematics:
  - Neuroscience   - Applied Mathematics (BS)
Biology (BA)   - Mathematics (BA, BS)
Biomedical Engineering (BS)   - Mathematics-Statistics (BA)
Brain and Cognitive Sciences (BA, BS) Mechanical Engineering (BS)
Business (BA, BS) Music (BA)
Chemical Engineering (BS) (The Bachelor of Music (BM) degree is
Chemistry (BA, BS) offered by the Eastman School of Music.)
Classics (BA) Optical Engineering (BS)
Comparative Literature (BA) Optics (BS)
Computer Science (BA, BS) Philosophy (BA)
Dance (BA) Physics (BA, BS)
Data Science (BA, BS) Physics and Astronomy (BA, BS)
Digital Media Studies (BA) Political Science (BA)
Earth and Environmental Sciences: Psychology (BA)
  - Environmental Science (BS) Public Health-related Programs:
  - Environmental Studies (BA)   - Bioethics (BA)
  - Geological Sciences (BA)   - Environmental Health (BS)
  - Geological Sciences (BS)   - Epidemiology (BA)
  - Geomechanics (BS)   - Health, Behavior, and Society (BA)
East Asian Studies (BA)   - Health Policy (BA)
Economics: Religion (BA)
  - Economics (BA) Russian (BA)
  - Financial Economics (BA) Russian Studies (BA)
Electrical and Computer Engineering (BS) Spanish (BA)
Engineering and Applied Sciences (BS) Statistics (BA)
Engineering Science (BA) Studio Arts (BA)
English (BA) with tracks in:  
  - British and American Literature
  - Creative Writing
  - Language, Media and Communication
  - Theater