Earn your degree in animation: The BFA for animation and game arts integrates digital art, technology, animation, multimedia, 2D/3D design, web design, and virtual reality.
UMassD’s math major offers an option in Applied & Computational Mathematics: computation-oriented courses that emphasize the mathematics that solves problems in business, and other fields.
Centered on studio practice, the art education major is a professional degree that prepares you for elementary or secondary school teaching and other learning environments.
Major in art history. Explore art, architecture, and culture. Develop your visual skills. Prepare for careers in appraisal, museums, conservation, management, and more.
Study computer applications and information science applicable to fields that require intelligent software systems with a BS degree in computer science with a concentration in artificial intelligence.
For students who are undecided about a major: Arts & Sciences Undeclared lets you explore a variety of majors and disciplines to help you make a decision about your major.
Pursue a bachelor of science degree (BS) in physics with a concentration in astronomy and astrophysics. Investigate the universe. Research black holes, dark matter, and supernovae. Probe the far reaches of space. Prepare for a career in many areas of theoretical and applied science.
The bachelor’s degree program in chemistry offers a biochemistry option. As a biochemistry major, you will be prepared for biochemistry careers in forensics, government, or research.
Earn a bachelor's degree in science (BS) in bioengineering and discover one of the fastest growing engineering disciplines, at the intersection of engineering, biology, chemistry, and the biomedical fields.
Major Minor STEM
Earn your degree in biology. Careers for biology majors include animal biology, biotechnology, botany, education, the environment, marine science, and medicine.
Major 4+1 Program STEM
Major in bioengineering with a concentration in biomedical engineering. The bioengineering major – biomedical concentration focuses on the biological and medical application of engineering principles in healthcare.
As a chemistry major, you will study matter and its transformation. Jobs in chemistry include education, forensics, government, law, industry, medicine, and research.
Major Minor 4+1 Program STEM
Earn a bachelor’s degree in science (BS) in civil engineering. Learn how to plan, design, construct, and manage public and private infrastructure and facilities. Explore issues related to sustainability, climate change, and new energy resources.
Major Minor STEM
The minor in communication will provide you with tools and techniques to improve your writing, communication, and critical thinking skills: all qualities that employers value highly.