College of Arts and Sciences

Undergraduate Studies

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Fine arts professor Chris Watts with student

Find Your Passion

The academic programs in the College of Arts and Sciences will inspire you, open your mind, and prepare you to be an engaged global citizen of the 21st century.

All across the college, you'll find stimulating environments and opportunities for hands-on experiences. You'll learn from professors who are nationally and internationally known for their expertise and transformational contributions to industry, science, business, government, and society.

More importantly, our professors, our researchers, and our staff are known locally for their commitment to you and your classmates. They mentor you, guide you, and help propel you toward the future. 

Majors and Specializations

Click on a field of study to learn more, or download the Arts and Sciences Overview (pdf).

Anthropology
Asian Studies
Biology
Chinese
Chemistry
Comparative Ethnic Studies
Criminal Justice
Digital Technology and Culture
English
Environmental Science and Regional Planning
Fine Arts
  • Art History
  • Studio (includes ceramics, digital media, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture)
French
Geology
History
Humanities
Natural Resource Sciences
Mathematics
Music
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Pre-Health (human)
Pre-Law
Pre-Veterinary
Psychology
Science Teaching
Social Studies Teaching
Social Sciences
Sociology
Spanish
Wildlife Ecology
Women's Studies
Zoology

Minors and Certificates

A secondary area of study can enhance your education and improve your employment prospects.

Most majors listed above are also offered as minors. Additional minors and certificates are available in the following:

Undergraduate Research Opportunities

Work alongside faculty members in scholarly and artistic pursuits and in laboratories. Learn how to employ research methodogies, gain artistic insight, and use advanced research equipment to perform the latest research procedures. This hands-on experience is often cited by businesses and industries as one of the top reasons they prefer to hire Washington State University arts and sciences graduates.
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