List of Majors

You may choose a major from the following list. For information on prerequisites and lower division requirements, see individual major pages.

Department names are shown in boldface. Sublistings indicate multiple majors offered by one department. For more information, consult the General Catalog or the department that interests you (see List of Departmental Contacts).

Restricted ("capped") majors are noted by (#). You may need to have an alternative major plan.

Arts & Humanities

Art, History of
Art, Practice of #
Celtic Studies
Classics
>Classical Civilizations
>Classical Languages
>Greek
>Latin
Comparative Literature
East Asian Languages and Cultures
>Chinese
>Japanese
English
Film
French
German
>Dutch Studies
>German
Italian Studies
Music
Near Eastern Studies
>Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology and Art History
>Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations
>Near Eastern Studies
Philosophy
Rhetoric
Scandinavian
Slavic Languages and Literatures
South and Southeast Asian Studies
Spanish and Portuguese
>Hispanic Languages and Bilingual Issues
>Iberian
>Latin American
>Luso-Brazilian
>Spanish and Spanish American
Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies

Biological Sciences

Integrative Biology
Molecular and Cell Biology
>Plan I
>Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
>Genetics
>Immunology
>Plan II
>Cell and Developmental Biology
>Neurobiology
Public Health #

Math & Physical Sciences

Astronomy
>Astrophysics
Chemistry
Computer Science
Earth and Planetary Science
>Atmospheric Science
>Environmental Earth Science
>Geology
>Geophysics
>Marine Science
Mathematics
>Applied Mathematics
>Mathematics
Operations Research and Management #
Physical Sciences
>Plan A – Broad Introduction to Physical Sciences
>Plan B – Option of Departmental Concentration
Physics
Statistics

Social Sciences

African American Studies
Anthropology
Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies
Chicano Studies
Economics #
Environmental Economics #
Ethnic Studies
Gender & Women's Studies
Geography
History
Linguistics
Native American
Political Science
Psychology #
Social Welfare #
Sociology

Interdisciplinary Studies

American Studies
Asian Studies
>Area I– China
>Area II– Japan
Cognitive Science
Development Studies
Interdisciplinary Studies
Latin American Studies
Legal Studies
Media Studies (formerly Mass Communications) #
Middle Eastern Studies
Peace and Conflict Studies
Political Economy
Religious Studies