Explore our diverse degree programs

We’re confident you’ll find an academic field you enjoy 

The largest collection of majors in one academic home

In the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, we think big about people, communities, our environment and the changing world around us. We take our inspiration from the constantly evolving world to redefine a liberal arts and sciences education for the 21st century. When you join our community, you’ll transcend academic boundaries and become a master learner. You’ll acquire the skills that make it easy to adapt, conquer obstacles and come out ahead. 

Our academic home is composed of 89 undergraduate majors and 130+ graduate degrees in 22 interdisciplinary schools and departments spanning the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities. We encourage you to go beyond the expected with your newfound knowledge and pioneer solutions to pressing issues. 

By the numbers

20,000+

Students call our college home

1,100+

Faculty creating innovations

5th

Most qualified graduates in the nation

Expand your studies with a minor or certificate

In addition to our diverse variety of academic disciplines and degree programs, our students also have access to an array of accelerated programs, minors and certificates for both undergraduate and graduate studies. We’re committed to ensuring you can study all the fields that interest you in the capacity you desire. From medicinal chemistry to Arabic and Asian Pacific studies, we’re confident you’ll find the program, minor or certificate that works best for you. 


Our degree programs span three academic divisions

Humanities

From philosophy and history to literature and languages, the humanities explore what it means to be human. It’s critical for understanding culture and becoming a global citizen. You’ll ask tough questions and find unique answers.

Why study humanities?

Natural sciences

By pushing scientific boundaries through physics, mathematics, chemistry and biology, the natural sciences teach you how to relish the beauties of nature. You’ll examine the physical world and address the challenges of the future.

Why study natural sciences?

Social sciences

From sociology and economics to geography and justice studies, the social sciences aim to understand the meaning of society. You’ll study how people behave and interact to find solutions that make people’s lives profoundly better.

Why study social sciences?