Students must declare and complete a major from among the following disciplines, as well as a minor from among those listed under Minors.
African, Middle Eastern, and South Asian Languages and Literatures
Cell Biology and Neuroscience
Environmental Studies (available as a second major only)
Human Resource Management
Information Technology and Informatics
Journalism and Media Studies
Labor Studies and Employment Relations
Latin American Studies
Latino and Caribbean Studies
Middle Eastern Studies
Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
Planning and Public Policy
Urban Planning and Design
Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
A bachelor of arts degree is conferred for all
majors except the following, for which a bachelor of science degree is awarded:
astrophysics; biochemistry; ecology, evolution, and natural resources;
evolutionary anthropology; exercise science; geological
sciences; health administration; marine sciences; microbiology; planning and public policy; public health; sport management; and urban planning and design.
Either a bachelor of arts degree or a bachelor of science degree is available
in the following subjects: computer science, mathematics, and physics. For
subjects offering both a bachelor of arts and a bachelor of science degree,
students may not graduate with a bachelor of arts degree, then return to
complete the courses necessary for a bachelor of science degree. All courses
required for the desired degree must be completed at the time of graduation.
For information, see the departmental listing in the Programs of Study and Courses for Liberal Arts and Sciences Students chapter.