Majors & Minors

For undergraduate students, the major is a specified concentration of courses in a department, in addition to designated electives in related departments, which develop expertise in the concepts and skills of a discipline. Minors supplement the major, often emphasizing a special interest, an interdisciplinary approach or vocational skill. An interdisciplinary major is also offered, usually combining work in three departments. Don’t worry if you haven’t decided on a major yet, we have a page just for undecided students. You’re not alone, and you have an exciting journey ahead!

Each link below will take you to the website of an undergraduate department or program. You may also view a list of academic department websites, or check out ourĀ graduate and continuing studies programs.

Programs of study

with concentrations

Major

Minor

Accounting
Agroecology
  • Interpreting
Anabaptist-Mennonite studies
  • Graphic design
  • Production crafts
  • Studio art
  • Pre-architecture
  • Pre-art therapy
  • Pre-curatorial studies
  • Visual arts education
Bible and religion
Biology
Broadcasting
Business
Chemistry
  • Film studies
  • Generalist
  • Multimedia
Computer science
Conflict transformation studies
  • Elementary Education
  • All Grade Education
  • Secondary Education
  • Elementary Education/Special Education
  • Elementary Education/English Language Learners (TESOL)
English
English writing
Entrepreneurship
  • Agroecology
  • Ecology
  • Sustainability I (on campus courses)
  • Sustainability II (with semester at Merry Lea)
  • Fitness Leadership
Global economics
Graphic design
Health
  • Social sciences
  • Humanities
History and social research
  • Biology
  • Business
  • Communication
  • Mathematics
  • PJCS
Information technology
Interdisciplinary studies
International studies
Journalism
Mathematics
Marketing
Molecular biology/Biochemistry
Multimedia communication
  • Generalist
  • Music education
  • Music and worship
  • Piano pedagogy
Music in worship
Nursing
Peace, justice and conflict studies
Peace and justice studies
Philosophy
  • Generalist
  • Teacher licensure
  • Pre-engineering
Piano pedagogy
Political studies
Pre-law
Psychology
Public relations
Recreation and sport
Social policy
Social work
Sociology
Spanish
Sport management
Sustainability
TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)
  • Acting/Performance
  • Design/Technical
  • Theater arts education
  • Film studies
  • Generalist
Theological studies and Christian ministries
Women’s and gender studies
Writing