Undergraduate Major Programs

At the University of St. Francis, a liberal arts education integrates:
1) General education, which is the part of a liberal education curriculum shared by all students.
Click here to read about undergraduate general education requirements.
2) A choice of a major program of study, which is the in-depth study of one or more disciplines.
3) Other transformational experiences such as those encountered through University Ministry,
internships, research programs, service learning, clubs, or athletics.

Click here to review Adult Undergraduate Degree options.

Undergraduate Majors

* Tracks: Tracks allow students to complete a core of courses under the umbrella of the major,
which prepares them for advanced studies and careers in their desired field.

Accounting
Art & Design
•  Graphic Design
•  Photography
•  Studio Art
Biochemistry
•  Pre-Dentistry*
•  Pre-Medicine*
•  Pre-Pharmacy*
•  Pre-Optometry*
•  Pre-Veterinary Medicine*
Biology
•  Pre-Athletic Training*
•  Pre-Dentistry *
•  Pre-Medicine *
•  Pre-Occupational Therapy *
•  Pre-Optometry *
•  Pre-Pharmacy *
•  Pre-Physical Therapy *
•  Pre-Physician Assistant *
•  Pre-Veterinary Medicine *
Communication & Media Arts
•  Advertising & Marketing
•  Audio
•  Data Visualization Information Design
•  Journalism & Public Communication
•  Media Studies
•  Motion Graphics and FX
•  Photojournalism
•  Video
•  Visual Communication
•  Web Design
Computer Science
Criminal & Social Justice
•  Forensics
•  Language & Cultural Diversity
•  Leadership
•  Politics & Law
•  Psychology
•  Social Work
Digital Audio Recording Arts
•  Audio Engineer
•  Music Industry Entrepreneur
•  Recording Artist
•  User-Generated Content
Elementary Education with
Professional Educator License (1-6)
English
•  Comparative Literature
•  English Literature
•  Writing
English/Language Arts Secondary
Education with Professional
Educator License (9-12)

Entrepreneurship
Finance
•  Banking & Credit Analysis
•  Entrepreneurial & Small Business Finance
•  Financial Planning
•  General Financial Management
Health Care Management
History
•  European
•  Non-Western
•  United States
History/Social Science Secondary
Education with Professional
Educator License (9-12)