Undergraduates in the College of Arts and Letters can choose from more than 60 different academic majors and minors offered by the College’s many departments and interdisciplinary programs. No matter which they choose, their liberal arts degree will prepare them for success after graduation. To learn more about each academic program and its requirements, browse the lists of majors, supplementary majors, and minors below. Or hear directly from some of our students talking about their majors in our student major profile video series.

 

Student Majors Playlist on YouTube

Special Programs

Dual Degree in Arts and Letters and Engineering

The five-year Dual-Degree Program in Arts and Letters / Engineering (AL/ENG) enables engineering students to combine professional training in a field of engineering with a richer experience of humanistic, artistic, and social scientific perspectives than normally would be possible within the confines of a four-year engineering degree program.

Glynn Family Honors Program

Glynn scholars enjoy an intense academic experience--they attend small, discussion-based classes, undertake original research projects, and are mentored by a select group of outstanding faculty. The Glynn Family Honors Program is by invitation only.

Self-Designed Majors

Interested students, in consultation with three faculty sponsors from at least two departments, can present a detailed written proposal of their major to the Undergraduate Studies Advisory Committee for consideration. All special majors must culminate in a capstone project or other work of between 30 and 50 pages (7,500–15,000 words).