Not sure what you want to major in? Not to worry! You are not required to declare a major until your sophomore year at St. Bonaventure.
Undeclared Arts and Sciences majors can explore courses in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, bioinformatics, computer science, cybersecurity, criminology, English, engineering physics, environmental studies, health and society, history, international studies, literary publishing and editing, mathematics, modern languages, music, philosophy, physics, psychology, political science, sociology, Spanish, theater, theology, visual arts, and women's studies.
Each A&S student is assigned to an adviser who has demonstrated excellence in advising. Through a partnership with the SBU Student Success Center (SSC) and the SBU Career and Professional Readiness Center (CPRC), our advisers will help incoming students plan for their future by exploring how their interests and aptitudes mesh with a college major. You will meet with your advisor, a career counselor, and faculty members so that you can find the area in Arts and Sciences that makes the most sense for you.
For further information on the School of Arts and Sciences, our faculty, and
the majors and minors we offer, please click here!