Majors at Cornell University

Cornell University has 96 different majors

Most popular majors

Major
Agricultural Business
Agricultural Operations
Agronomy and Crop Science
Dance
Drama
Film
Fine Arts and Art Studies
Education
Agricultural Teacher Education
Russian Language and Literature

A complete list of all majors

Agriculture, Outdoor, and Construction
Major
Agricultural Business
Agricultural Operations
Agricultural Economics
Viticulture and Oenology (Winemaking)
International Agriculture
Animal Sciences
Food Science
Plant Sciences
Agronomy and Crop Science
Art
Major
Dance
Drama
Film
Studio Art
Art History
Textile and Weaving Arts
Fine Arts and Art Studies
Music
Visual and Performing Arts
Business
Major
Economics
Labor and Industrial Relations
Education
Major
Education
Agricultural Teacher Education
Health
Major
Nutrition Sciences
International Public Health
Humanities
Major
Linguistics
Comparative Literature
Russian Language and Literature
German Language and Literature
French Language and Literature
Italian Language and Literature
Spanish Language and Literature
Classical Languages and Literature
English
Liberal Arts
General Studies
Philosophy
Religious Studies
American Studies
Asian Studies
East Asian Studies
Middle Eastern Studies
German Studies
African-American Studies
Gay/Lesbian Studies
History
Communication
Speech and Rhetoric
Law and Politics
Major
Community Organization and Advocacy
Public Policy Analysis
Archeology
Political Science
Sociology
Other
Major
Institutional Food Workers
Foods, Nutrition, and Wellness Studies
Apparel and Textiles
Textile Science
Interdisciplinary Studies, Other
Hotel Management
STEM
Major
Computer and Information Sciences
Information Technology (IT)
Computer Science
Engineering
Agricultural Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Applied Physics
Environmental Engineering
Materials Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Operations Research
Biology
Entomology
Biometrics
Biological and Biomedical Sciences
Mathematics
Statistics
Conservation
Architecture
Environmental Design/Architecture
Landscape Architecture
Architectural History
Architectural and Building Sciences
Astronomy
Meteorology
Chemistry
Earth Science
Geosciences
Physics
Social Science
Major
Human Development and Family Studies
Science, Technology and Society
Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Psychology
Anthropology
Social Sciences