We will host live information sessions throughout the fall to connect you with students and faculty across several of our majors. The sessions will also be recorded and you can watch them on demand.
Undeclared liberal arts, undeclared sciences, interdisciplinary major and independent major
- This session will introduce students and parents to our model for 360 Advising and focus on the in-depth programming we have for undeclared students. In addition, both the independent major and the interdisciplinary major will be discussed as important alternatives to the traditional disciplinary majors that we offer. In all, this session will provide a good introduction to what makes study and research in arts and sciences at Quinnipiac distinctive.
Social sciences: Criminal justice, economics, gerontology, political science, psychology, sociology
- Social sciences disciplines are among the most popular majors at Quinnipiac. These majors provide students with a variety of applications of human study to understanding activities and practices within our societies.
Sciences and math: Behavioral neuroscience, biochemistry, biology, accelerated dual-degree bachelor's degree in biology/master's degree in molecular and cell biology (3+1) program, chemistry, data science, environmental studies and mathematics
- Scientific study in these majors, as well as work in mathematics and data science, offer students opportunities to study both the human environment and the natural environment and to conduct faculty-mentored research in those areas of interest.
Humanities and fine arts: English, game design and development, history, law in society, philosophy, Spanish, theater, accelerated dual-degree bachelor's degree in theater and master's degree in business or communications (3+1) program
- These traditional disciplines focus on human cultures and the production of forms of thought and expressions that encompass the entire range of human development since the first humans drew on cave walls. Increasingly we are recognizing how key these areas of study are for understanding the complexities of our current world.