Undergraduate

Queens College students have the opportunity to pursue a range of undergraduate majors. Students typically declare their major after completing one or two years of undergraduate study with Queens College. Your academic advisor will support you to enroll in suitable courses for your major and can help you with information about when and how to declare your major. Some majors have competitive entry and there are specific criteria you must meet in order to be accepted into the program. Current criteria for declaring each major is set out each year in the Queens College Undergraduate Bulletin found here

Below is a full list of the available undergraduate majors, whether you begin Queens College through the Global Student Success Program or enroll via General Admission.

Undergraduate Majors

  • Accounting, BA*
  • Actuarial Studies, BBA
  • Africana Studies, BA
  • American Studies, BA
  • Anthropology, BA
  • Applied Linguistics: TESOL; BA
  • Applied Mathematics, BA
  • Applied Physics, BA
  • Art History, BA
  • Biochemistry, 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, BS
  • Corporate Finance, BBA*
  • Design, BFA
  • Drama and Theatre, BA
  • East Asian Studies, BA
  • Economics, BA
  • English, BA
  • Environmental Sciences, BS
  • Environmental Studies, BA
  • Family and Consumer Sciences, BA
  • Film Studies, BA
  • French, BA
  • General Linguistics, BA
  • Geology, BS
  • German, BA
  • Greek (Ancient), BA
  • Hebrew, BA
  • History, BS
  • Human Development Family Science, BA
  • International Business, BBA
  • Italian, BA
  • Jewish Studies, BA
  • Labor Studies, BA
  • Latin Amerian Studies, BA
  • Latin, BA
  • Media Studies, BA
  • Middle Eastern Studies, BA
  • Neuroscience, BA
  • Nutrition and Exercise Sciences, BS
  • Philosophy, BA
  • Photography & Imaging, BFA
  • Physics, BS**
  • Political Science, BA
  • Psychology, BA
  • Religious Studies, BA
  • Russian, BA
  • Sociology, BA
  • Spanish, BA
  • Studio Art, BFA
  • Urban Studies, BA
  • Women & Gender Studies, BA
*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.