Undergraduate Majors

We offer close to 70 undergraduate degree options in the Liberal Arts, Social Sciences, Education, Business, and STEM.


Accounting (BA)

There’s no better place to study accounting than in the world’s financial center, surrounded by Wall Street, the United Nations and many Fortune 500 companies. 

Actuarial Studies (BBA)

A degree in Actuarial Studies will give you the mathematics and professional knowledge needed to pass the profession’s exams. 

Computer Science (BA/BS)

Study in the heart of one of the world’s biggest tech hubs and have access to world-class courses and facilities.

Corporate Finance (BBA)

Our program equips you with the foundational skills needed for the business world through rigorous coursework, internships and extracurricular activities. 

Data Science and Statistics

Thanks to its wide range of applications, graduates with a focus on Data Science and Statistics enjoy career versatility and transferable skills aplenty. 

Design (BFA)

Our Design program combines an excellent faculty with industry-standard software and a studio-based learning environment. Alongside your studies, gain real-world design experience through our network of internships. 

Economics (BA)

Graduate with your fingers on the pulse of today’s business world, near the New York City financial district. Queens College offers incredible professional opportunities in addition to its diverse courses and student organizations. 

International Business (BBA)

Those on the International Business track will become dynamic problem-solvers, able to navigate the challenges of multinational trade, finance and economic development.

Media Studies (BA)

Discover the global social, cultural, economic and political impact of the media as you live and study in the heart of the U.S. media landscape, New York City. 

Neuroscience (BA)

An interdisciplinary, research-based degree, Neuroscience is a collaboration between the Biology and Psychology departments, providing students with a unique blend of theoretical and hands-on experience. 

Photography and Imaging (BFA)

Choose among a range of courses, including traditional processes, digital, 2D and 3D scanning and printing, theory, history, critical thinking and our very own tech incubator (TIQC). 

Psychology (BA)

Besides learning in a classroom setting, you’ll also gain firsthand experience and career preparation through taking on research assistant work or internship opportunities. 

Studio Art (BFA/BA)

This program offers a comprehensive foundation of techniques and conceptual skills across many disciplines. Broaden your horizons with new media and techniques, while developing your own unique style. 

Full List of Courses

  • Africana Studies (BA)
  • American Studies (BA)
  • Anthropology (BA)
  • Art History (BA)
  • Biology (BA)**^
  • Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies (BA)
  • Chemistry (BA)^
  • Chinese (BA)
  • Classics (BA)
  • Communication Sciences and Disorders (BA)
  • Comparative Literature (BA)
  • Computer Science (BA/BS)^
  • Drama and Theatre (BA)
  • East Asian Studies (BA)
  • Economics, Quantitative (BS)**^
  • English (BA)
  • Environmental Sciences (BA/BS)^
  • Environmental Studies (BA)^
  • Family and Consumer Sciences (BA)
  • Family and Consumer Sciences (BA) - Food Management Studies
  • Family and Consumer Sciences (BA) - Human Development Family Science
  • Film Studies (BA)
  • French (BA)
  • General Linguistics (BA)
  • Geology (BS)^
  • German (BA)
  • Greek (Ancient) (BA)
  • Hebrew (BA)
  • History (BA)
  • Interdisciplinary Major (BA)
  • Italian (BA)
  • Jewish Studies (BA)
  • Labor Studies (BA)
  • Latin (BA)
  • Latin American Studies (BA)
  • Linguistics TESOL (BA)
  • Mathematics (BA) - Data Science & Statistics**^
  • Mathematics (BA)**^
  • Middle Eastern Studies (BA)
  • Nutrition and Exercise Sciences (BS)
  • Nutrition and Exercise Sciences (BS)
  • Philosophy (BA)
  • Physics (BA/BS)**
  • Political Science (BA)
  • Religious Studies (BA)
  • Russian (BA)
  • Sociology (BA)
  • Spanish (BA)
  • Urban Studies (BA)
  • Women & Gender Studies (BA)

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*GSSP students who do not complete ACCT101 in their first year of study may need an additional semester to complete these majors.

** Students who have not completed sufficient math preparation to place into CALC151 during their first semester of studies may need additional semesters to complete these majors.