In CLAS, the academic possibilities are endless. You can choose your path in the sciences, social sciences, or humanities – or combine them into an interdisciplinary degree that suits your unique interests. Here, you’ll find information on CLAS majors and programs of study, the departments and centers that house them, and the cornucopia of courses you have to choose from.
With 50 majors to consider, CLAS offers you the broadest academic diversity of any College at UConn. You can learn about these programs on our programs of study page.
Our College’s 24 academic departments span the sciences, social sciences and humanities. They administer our undergraduate majors and graduate programs, and their faculty engage in world-class research.
CLAS Centers and Institutes
CLAS Centers and Institutes reach across traditional academic boundaries to bring students and scholars an interdisciplinary approach to education.
About 63% of the total credit hours at UConn are taught in CLAS, including general education and upper division classes. You can browse course titles and descriptions through the University’s Undergraduate Catalog.
The Major Experience
Still deciding what you want to study? Explore your options with UConn’s The Major Experience, where you can view major profiles and talk with a student mentor.