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College of Arts and Sciences

Find Your Passion

Programs in the College of Arts and Sciences will inspire you, open your mind, and prepare you to be an engaged global citizen. All across the college, you’ll find stimulating environments and opportunities to learn from professors who are nationally and internationally known for their expertise and contributions to industry, science, business, government, and society.

Majors and Specializations

Click on a field of study to learn more, or download the Arts and Sciences degree overview.

Anthropology

Biology

Chinese (language and culture)

Chemistry

  • Professional Chemistry (B.S.)
  • Materials Chemistry (B.S.)
  • Standard (B.A)
  • Secondary Education (B.A.)

Comparative Ethnic Studies

Criminal Justice

Data Analytics

  • Nine interdisciplinary tracks available

Digital Technology and Culture

Earth Sciences (Geology)

English

Environmental and Ecosystem Sciences

Fine Arts

Forest Ecology and Management

French / French Teaching / French for the Professions

Geology

History

Human Biology

Humanities

Japanese / Japanese for the Professions

Mathematics

Music (B.A. and B.M.)

Philosophy

Physics

Political Science

Pre-Health (human)

Pre-Law

Pre-Veterinary

Psychology

Science Teaching

Social Sciences

Sociology

Spanish / Spanish Teaching

Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Sciences

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

Gain valuable hands-on experience working alongside faculty members on scholarly and artistic pursuits and in laboratories. Businesses and industries cite experiential learning as one of the top reasons they prefer to hire Washington State University arts and sciences graduates. Learn more about research opportunities for students.