Degrees & Majors
Whether your passion is in music or theater, writing or literature, or history or politics, you'll have unlimited opportunities in the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) to explore, inquire, create and discover — both inside and outside of the classroom.
A Variety of Choices
With over 30 majors and minors and numerous emphasis areas, you're sure to find a program that prepares you to achieve your goals. In addition, you can further personalize your education by adding a minor, an academic certificate or double major to improve career opportunities.
The College of Graduate Studies offers work toward advanced degrees in many disciplines in CLASS. The interdisciplinary nature of our graduate programs creates opportunities for cross-discipline intellectual exchange, discussion and idea sharing between students and faculty.
Faculty Mentorship & Assistantships
As a graduate student in CLASS, you'll receive one-on-one faculty mentorship from leading scholars, with access to top-notch facilities such as the Human-in-the-Loop Simulation Laboratory, Haddock Performance Hall, the Bowers Laboratory of Anthropology and the Hartung Theater. Paid research and teaching assistantship positions are competitively available to graduate students in CLASS.