Decide where you want to make a difference. Allegheny will prepare you.

As a liberal arts college, Allegheny has as its first concern intellectual growth. The curriculum and graduation requirements are designed to provide educational depth as well as intellectual breadth. Successful completion of Allegheny’s four-year program leads to the degree Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science.

Majors & Minors

Academic ProgramsMajorMinor
Arabic Minor
Art (Studio) Major Minor
Art, Science, and Innovation Major Minor
Astronomy Minor
Biochemistry Major
Biology Major Minor
Black Studies Minor
Business Major
Chemistry Major Minor
Chinese Studies Minor
Classical Studies Minor
Communication and Cultural Studies Major Minor
Community and Justice Studies Major Minor
Computer Science Major Minor
Dance and Movement Studies Minor
Economics Major Minor
Education Studies Minor
Energy and Society Minor
Emphasis in Creative Writing; Emphasis in Literature
Major Minor
Environmental Science and Sustainability Major
Environmental Writing Minor
Film and Digital Storytelling Minor
French Major Minor
Geology Minor
German Minor
Global Health Studies Major Minor
History Major Minor
Integrative Informatics Major
International Studies Major
Jewish Studies Minor
Journalism in the Public Interest Minor
Latin American and Caribbean Studies Minor
Mathematics Major Minor
Middle East and North African Studies Minor
Music Performance Minor Minor
Neuroscience Major
Philosophy Major Minor
Physics Major Minor
Political Science Major Minor
Psychology Major Minor
Religious Studies Minor
Spanish Major Minor
Theatre Major Minor
Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Major Minor
Writing Minor

Pre-Professional Programs & Advising / Concentrations

Academic Programs Dual Degree/Cooperative Pre-Professional Concentration
Law and Policy Cooperative Concentration
Pre-Health Cooperative Preprofessional
Pre-Legal Cooperative Preprofessional

Dual Degree/Cooperative

Cooperative programs with other educational institutions enable Allegheny students to acquire a solid liberal arts background while accelerating their progress toward professional training and certification.

Health Professions

Master’s, Nursing (3/3)

Case Western Reserve

Master’s, Occupational Therapy (3/2)


Master’s, Physician Assistant (3/2)


Doctorate, Dentistry (4/4)

Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine

Doctorate, Nursing (3/4)

Case Western Reserve

Doctorate, Osteopathic Medicine (3/4)

Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine

Doctorate, Osteopathic Medicine (4/4)

Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

Doctorate, Pharmacy (3/3 or 4/3)

Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine

Doctorate, Physical Therapy (4/2)


Doctorate, Preferential Admission

Thomas Jefferson University

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Policy, Technology, Analytics & Management


Dual Bachelor’s (3/2)

Case Western Reserve, University of Pittsburgh, and Washington University

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Master's, Counseling Psychology (3/2)


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