- ABOUT US
Each undergraduate major is housed in one of our four academic colleges, by area of study. Students choose from more than 100 undergraduate majors and may "double major" or enhance their studies with a minor to better prepare for career or other postgraduate opportunities. Explore our courses at registrar.ucdavis.edu/ucdwebcatalog.
The College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences offers 27 majors focusing on the relationships between human health and development, plant and animal systems and the environment. Whether your passion is human development, viticulture or environmental policy, you will benefit from the practical perspective and opportunities for hands-on learning offered by this college.
The College of Biological Sciences offers nine majors and is one of few colleges in the country dedicated entirely to the study of biological sciences, exploring fundamental questions about life. From rainforest ecology to cancer research, you will explore some of the most exciting advances in contemporary society. UC Davis leads the nation in the number of bachelor's and doctoral degrees conferred in the biological sciences.
The College of Engineering offers 15 majors, is consistently ranked among the top engineering schools in the nation and supports 22 student engineering clubs. Biomedical engineering, computer engineering and materials science are just a few of the cutting-edge fields that our students are prepared to enter upon graduation. Our programs stress creative collaboration, innovative problem-solving, technical preparation and solid scientific background.
The College of Letters and Science is the largest of our colleges, offering 50 programs of study in the fine arts, humanities, cultural studies, mathematical sciences, physical sciences and social sciences. Economics, psychology and political science are especially popular.