Undergraduate Majors and Programs

An asterisk indicates that a departmental honors track is offered.

*Afro-American Studies
*Animal Science
Arboriculture and Community Forest Management
(Associate's Degree)
*Art History
*Bachelor's Degree with Individual Concentration
*Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
*Building and Construction Technology
*Chemical Engineering
*Chinese Language and Literature
*Civil Engineering
*Classics and Philosophy
*Communication Disorders
*Comparative Literature
*Computer Science
*Computer Systems Engineering
*Earth Systems
Education (Early Childhood Education)

*Electrical Engineering
*Environmental Science
Equine Management
(Associate's Degree)
*Food Science
*Forestry (discontinued; see Natural Resources Conservation)
*French and Francophone Studies
*German and Scandinavian Studies
*Horticultural Science (Associate's and Bachelor's Degree)
*Hospitality and Tourism Management
*Industrial Engineering
*Italian Studies
*Japanese Language and Literature
*Judaic Studies
*Landscape Architecture
Landscape Contracting
(Associate's Degree)
*Legal Studies
Linguistics and Anthropology

Linguistics and Chinese

Linguistics and German

Linguistics and Japanese

Linguistics and Philosophy

Linguistics and Portuguese

Linguistics and Psychology

Linguistics and Russian

Linguistics and Spanish

*Mechanical Engineering
*Middle Eastern Studies
*Natural Resources Conservation
*Operations & Information Management
*Plant and Soil Sciences
*Political Science

Pre-Medical and Pre-Health

*Public Health Sciences
*Resource Economics
*Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies
Science (General)

*Social Thought and Political Economy
*Sport Management
*Studio Arts
*Sustainable Community Development
*Sustainable Food and Farming (Associate's and Bachelor's Degree)
*Turfgrass Management (Associate's)
*Turfgrass Science and Management (Bachelor's Degree)
*University Without Walls (CPE)
*Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation (Bachelor's Degree discontinued, see Natural Resources Conservation)
*Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies

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