Majors and Minors

Graduate ProgramsListed below are all the undergraduate major, minor and certificate programs offered by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Many of these programs complement each other and give students the opportunity to personalize their education by minoring and double-majoring.

If you would like to learn more about any particular program, contact the department chair for the department in which it is housed. For example, questions about the Italian major should be directed to the chair of the Spanish and Italian department. For a broader look at all the programs offered and help choosing one for yourself, see an academic advisor.

Majors and concentrations

Arabic Anthropology Child Advocacy and Policy
Classics  English French: French Civilization*, Translation*, Teaching*
Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies Humanities German
History Italian Jurisprudence, Law and Society
Justice Studies: Justice Systems*, Paralegal Studies*, International Justice* Latin Linguistics: American Sign Language/English Interpreting, Language Engineering
Philosophy Political Science Psychology
Medical Humanities Religion Sociology
Spanish: including Translation*    

 

Minors

African-American Studies

American Sign Language

Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations
Anthropology Archaeology Arabic
Arabic Studies Asian Studies Chinese
Classics Cognitive Science Creative Writing
Criminal Justice English Environmental Justice
Film French Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Studies
Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies German Greek
Global Security and Diplomacy History International Studies
Italian Japanese Jewish American Studies
Justice & Families Latin Latin American and Latino Studies
Linguistics Myth Studies Paralegal Studies
Philosophy Political Science Portuguese
Pre-Law Studies Professional and Public Writing Psychology
Public Administration Religion Russian
Russian Area Studies Social Work Sociology
Spanish Spanish & International Business Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

 

Certificates