Want to double major in political science and French? Or possibly triple major in German, psychology, and music? At Tulane, it’s possible. Tulane offers a wide range of majors and minors and encourages cross-disciplinary studies across its five undergraduate schools. You can build a unique educational experience at Tulane.
Tulane pairs the resources of a large research university with the benefits of a small liberal arts college. You can work with faculty mentors and find research opportunities, even as an undergrad. And study abroad is encouraged—Tulane's Office of Study Abroad offers over 100 different programs in over 40 different countries.
Don’t worry if you’re unsure about a major. Most students are undecided when they begin at Tulane. You’re not required to declare a major until the start of your fourth semester, and the Academic Advising Center is here to help.