Undergraduate Majors

While other universities talk about changing the world, our students and faculty have unique opportunities to do so — immediately. No matter what you study at the George Washington University (GW), you’ll have the opportunity to put knowledge into action.

Not only will you feed your intellectual appetite through a broad study of the liberal arts, but you will also gain practical skills from the world’s most renowned policymakers, scientists, writers and entrepreneurs.

Not sure what your future holds? Explore the more than 75 undergraduate programs we offer, and see where a GW degree could take you.

A


Accountancy

Africana Studies

American Studies

Anthropology

Applied Science and Technology

Arabic Studies

Archaeology

Art History

Asian Studies

Astronomy and Astrophysics

 

B


Biological Anthropology

Biology

Biomedical Engineering

Biophysics

Business Administration
Concentrations:

 

C


Chemistry

Chinese Language and Literature

Civil Engineering

Classical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies

Cognitive Neuroscience

Communication

Computer Engineering

Computer Science

Criminal Justice

 

D


Dance

 

E


Economics

Electrical Engineering

English

English and Creative Writing

Environmental Studies

Exercise Science
Concentrations:

 

F


Finance

Fine Art (B.A. in Fine Arts or B.F.A. in Fine Art)

French Language and Literature

 

 

G


Geography

Geological Sciences

German Language and Literature

Graphic Design

H


History

Human Services and Social Justice

I


Interaction Design

Interior Architecture

International Affairs
Concentrations:

 

 

J


Japanese Language and Literature

Journalism and Mass Communication

Judaic Studies

 

K


Korean Language and Literature

 

L


Latin American and Hemispheric Studies

 

M


Mathematics

Mechanical Engineering

Middle East Studies

Music

 

N


Neuroscience

Nutrition Science

 

O


Organizational Sciences

 

P


Peace Studies

Philosophy

Philosophy (Public Policy)

Photojournalism

Physics

Political Communication

Political Science

Political Science (Public Policy)

Psychology

Public Health

 

Q


No majors

 

R


Religion

Russian Language and Literature

 

S


Sociology

Spanish and Latin American Languages, Literature and Culture

Speech and Hearing Sciences

Statistics

Systems Engineering

 

T


Theatre

U-V


No majors

 

W


Women's Studies

X-Z


No majors