Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences

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The academic heart of the university, Dornsife College comprises 33 departments and numerous research centers and institutes. Nearly 7,000 undergraduate students pursue their studies in Dornsife’s 90 majors and 70 minors, engaging in groundbreaking research, creating original works, and combining diverse fields of study for a truly interdisciplinary education.

Majors
American Popular Culture
American Studies and Ethnicity
– African American Studies
– American Studies
– Asian American Studies
– Chicano/Latino Studies
Anthropology
Applied and Computational Mathematics
Archaeology
Art History
Astronomy
Biochemistry
Biological Sciences
Biophysics
Central European Studies
Chemistry
Classics
Cognitive Science
Comparative Literature
Computational Neuroscience
Contemporary Latino and Latin American Studies
Creative Writing
Earth Sciences
East Asian Area Studies
East Asian Languages and Cultures (Chinese, Japanese, Korean)
Economics
Economics/Mathematics
English
Environmental Science and Health
Environmental Studies
French
Gender and Sexuality Studies
GeoDesign
Geological Sciences
Global Geodesign
Global Studies
Health and Human Sciences
History
Human Biology
Human Security and Geospatial Intelligence
Intelligence and Cyber Operations
International Relations
International Relations (Global Business)
International Relations and the Global Economy
Italian
Jewish Studies
Latin American and Iberian Cultures, Media and Politics
Law, History and Culture
Linguistics
Mathematics
Middle East Studies
Narrative Studies
Neuroscience
Non-Governmental Organizations and Social Change
Philosophy
Philosophy and Physics
Philosophy, Politics and Economics
Philosophy, Politics and Law
Physics
Physics/Computer Science
Political Economy
Political Science
Psychology
Religion
Russian
Sociology
Spanish

Minors
American Popular Culture
American Studies and Ethnicity
Arabic
Archaeology
Archaeology of California
Art History
Astronomy
Behavioral Economics
Biology of Human Movement
Biotechnology
Chemistry
Chinese for the Professions
Classical Greek
Classical Perspectives
Classics
Comparative Literature
Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
Consumer Behavior Interdisciplinary
Contemplative Studies
Critical Approaches to Leadership
Cultural Anthropology
Cultural Studies
Cultures and Politics of the Pacific Rim
Early Modern Studies
Earth Sciences: Climate Change, Stewardship and Resiliency
East Asian Area Studies
East Asian Languages and Cultures
Economics
English
Environmental Chemistry and Sustainability
Environmental Studies
Folklore and Popular Culture
Food and Society
Forensics and Criminality
French
Gender and Sexuality Studies
Gender and Social Justice
Geobiology
Geohazards
German
GIS and Sustainability Science
Global Communications
History
History and Culture of Business
Human Disease
Human Rights
Human Security and Geospatial Intelligence
International Health, Development & Social Justice
International Policy and Management
International Relations
Iranian Studies
Italian
Jewish American Studies
Jewish Studies
Judaic Studies
Korean Studies
Latin
Latin American Studies
Law and Society
LGBTQ Studies
Linguistics
Luzo-Brazilian Studies
Managing Human Relations
Marine Biology
Mathematical Data Analytics
Mathematical Finance
Mathematics
Medical Anthropology
Middle East Studies
Modern Art Markets and Ethics
Narrative Structure Interdisciplinary
Native American Studies
Natural Science
Neuroscience
Philosophy
Philosophy of Law, Politics and Economics
Photography and Social Change
Physics
Political Organizing in the Digital Age
Political Science
Practical Politics
Psychology
Psychology and Law
Race, Ethnicity and Politics
Religion
Resistance to Genocide
Russian
Russian Area Studies
Sociology
Southeast Asia and its People
Spanish
Spatial Studies
Statistics
Thematic Approaches to Humanities and Society
User Experience
Visual Culture