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Majors and Minors

CC's breadth of educational options distinguishes us from many other schools. You’ll eventually focus on at least one academic discipline in depth, but you’ll have more than 80 majors, minors, and specialized programs to choose from. If you want to concentrate on more than one department, there are several combined or distributed majors, and even a self-defined major. If you decide to focus on significant themes from several disciplines, opt for a thematic minor.

If you'd like to learn more about a major or program, feel free to browse the academic department websites. If you wish to learn more about internships, please review the Career Center's internship page.

Majors and Programs

anthropologyart historyart studiobiology: mcb track (molecular and cellular biology)biology: obe track (organismal biology and ecology) • biochemistrychemistryclassicsclassics-English classics-history-politicscomparative literaturecomputer sciencedanceeconomicseducationEnglishEnglish: creative writingEnglish: film studiesenvironmental science: integratedenvironmental science: chemistryenvironmental science: physicsenvironmental policyfeminist and gender studiesFilm and Media Studies • French and Italian • FrenchItaliangeologyGermanhistory history-philosophyhistory-political scienceindependently designed major • international political economymathematicsmathematical economicsmusicneurosciencephilosophyphysics physics: comprehensivephysics: astrophysics emphasisphysics: interdisciplinary emphasisphysics: teaching emphasisphysics: environmental emphasisphysics: geophysics emphasisphysics: chemistry/material science emphasispolitical sciencepsychologyreligionRussian and Eurasian studiessociologySouthwest studiesSpanish: Hispanic studiesSpanishtheatre

community-based learning • departmental major: international affairs option

Significant Coursework

Chinese • Italian • Japanese • journalism • teacher certification • wellness • allied health fields • business • law

Cooperative Programs

3-2 engineering • Army ROTC