School of Global Studies and Languages
Programs & Majors

Programs & Majors

Ready to find your passion or continue your academic journey? Explore our programs now.

The College of Arts and Sciences offers 54 majors and more than 70 minors across multiple departments and programs in the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities. We also offer more than 40 master’s programs and more than 20 doctoral programs. If you’re an explorer—a student undecided about a major or minor—know that you are in good company: one-fourth of incoming UO students aren’t sure about their majors when they enroll.

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The American English Institute offers English language instruction and English language professional training for international students from around the world.

Undergraduate

BA, BS, Minor

Concentrations:

Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology

  Why Study Anthropology?

Undergraduate

BA, Minor

Concentrations:

China, Japan, Korea, South Asia, Southeast Asia

  Why Study Asian Studies?

Undergraduate

BA, BS

Concentrations:

Ecology and Evolution, Human Biology, Marine Biology, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, Neuroscience and Behavior

  Why Study Biology?

Undergraduate

BA, Minor

Concentrations:

Culture, Language, Linguistics

  Why Study Chinese?

Undergraduate

BA

Concentrations:

Classical Archaeology, Classical Civilization, Greek, Greek & Latin, Latin

  Why Study Classics?

Undergraduate

BA, BS, Minor

Concentrations:

Disciplines in Dialogue, Language and Culture

  Why Study Comparative Literature?

Undergraduate

BA, BS, Minor

Concentrations:

Computational Science, Computer Networks, Computer Security, Database and Informatics, Foundations, Software Development

  Why Study Computer Sciences?

Undergraduate

BS, Minor

Concentrations:

Geology, Geophysics, Environmental Geoscience, Paleontology

  Why Study Earth Sciences?

Undergraduate

BA, BS, Minor

Concentrations:

Applied Economics, Business, and Society, Crime, Law, and Society, Globalization, Environment, Policy, Social Studies Teaching

Undergraduate

BA, BS, Minor

Concentrations:

Culture, Politics and Placement, Environment; Economy and Sustainability, Environmental Systems, Geographic Education, Geographic Information Science, GIS, Water Science and Policy

  Why Study Geography?

Undergraduate

BA, Minor

Concentrations:

Italian Studies, Language and Culture

  Why Study Italian?

The Knight Campus Graduate Internship Program equips students with technical expertise, hands-on experience and professional skills (including communication, leadership, and teamwork) to excel in rewarding careers as scientists and engineers.

Undergraduate

BA, BS, Minor

Concentrations:

Applied Emphasis, Graduate School-Bound

  Why Study Physics?

Undergraduate

BA, BS, Minor

Concentrations:

Ethics, Identity, and Society, Global Engagement, Politics of Business, Politics, Law and Justice, Public Policy and Political Action, Sustainability, Development and Social Action

  Why Study Political Science?

Undergraduate

BA, Minor

Concentrations:

Russian and East European History, Politics, and Society, Russian Language, Literature, and Culture

  Why Study Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies?

Undergraduate

Minor

Concentrations:

East Asian Studies, Southeast Asian Studies, South Asian Studies

  Why Study Southeast Asian Studies?