Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Students are required to declare a major during their fourth semester at the College. Students are not required to have a minor or a concentration, and they may pursue as many of them as is consistent with completing one major, fulfilling distributional requirements, and earning at least 32 credits overall within the eight semesters they are allotted for the completion of their degrees.

Program Major Minor Concentration
African and Africana Studies (Bi-Co)
Anthropology
Astronomy
Astrophysics
Biochemistry
Biology
Biophysics
Chemistry
Chinese Language
Classical Culture and Society
Classical Languages
Comparative Literature (Bi-Co)
Computer Science *
East Asian Languages and Cultures (Bi-Co)
Economics
Education (Bi-Co)
English
Environmental Studies (Bi-Co)
Fine Arts
French and Francophone Studies (Bi-Co)
Gender and Sexuality Studies (Bi-Co)
German and German Studies (Bi-Co)
Global Asia
Greek
Health Studies (Bi-Co)
History
Japanese Language
Latin
Latin American, Iberian and Latino Studies
Linguistics (Tri-Co)
Mathematical Economics
Mathematics
Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies
Music
Neuroscience (Bi-Co)
Peace, Justice, and Human Rights
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Religion
Scientific Computing
Sociology
Spanish
Statistics
Visual Studies

* NB: Neither the concentration nor the minor in Computer Science will be available to students admitted for the fall of 2019 and beyond; for prior classes, these programs will remain available on an "if space permits" basis​.

Programs at Bryn Mawr College

Haverford students may choose to pursue any major or minor offered at Bryn Mawr College. The following programs are available exclusively at Bryn Mawr; see the relevant chapter in this catalog for detailed information.

Program Major Minor Concentration
Arts Program (Bryn Mawr)
Child and Family Studies (Bryn Mawr)
Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology (Bryn Mawr)
Film Studies (Bryn Mawr)
Geology (Bryn Mawr)
Growth and Structure of Cities (Bryn Mawr)
Hebrew and Judaic Studies (Bryn Mawr)
History of Art (Bryn Mawr)
Italian and Italian Studies (Bryn Mawr)
Museum Studies (Bryn Mawr)
Romance Languages (Bryn Mawr)
Russian (Bryn Mawr)