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CLAS Majors

An education in the liberal arts and sciences prepares students for a wide range of careers. While majors are often equated with careers, the reality is that few careers require a specific undergraduate major. CLAS majors develop the professional skills recruiters expect from job candidates. CLAS graduates work in most areas of business, industry, government, and education. They also acquire excellent preparation for graduate and professional schools, which generally do not prefer specific majors as long as students prepare appropriately to meet the entrance requirements.

Majors (in alphabetical order)

African American Studies
African American Studies
Anthropology
Anthropology
Astronomy
Astronomy
Biology
Biology
Botany
Botany
Chemistry
Chemistry
Chinese
Chinese
Classical Studies
Classical Studies
Computer Science
Computer Science
Criminology, Law, and Society
Criminology and Law
Economics
Economics
English
English
French
French
Geography
Geography
Geology
Geology
German
German
History
History
International Studies
International Studies
Japanese
Japanese
Jewish Studies
Jewish Studies
Linguistics
Linguistics
Marine Sciences
Marine Sciences
Mathematics
Mathematics
Microbiology and Cell Science
Microbiology and Cell Sciences
Philosophy
Philosophy
Physics
Physics
Political Science
Political Science
Portuguese
Portuguese
Psychology
Psychology
Religion
Religion
Russian
Russian
Sociology
Sociology
Spanish
Spanish
Statistics
Statistics
Sustainability Studies
Sustainability Studies
Women's Studies
Women's Studies
Zoology
Zoology
Interdisciplinary Studies
Interdisciplinary Studies

 

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