Penn’s undergraduate students pursue more than 90 majors across four schools.
Penn’s academics are boosted by its inherent culture and ecosystem of innovation. You name it, if it’s cutting-edge, the University’s faculty—and students—have their hands in it. Grounded in the liberal arts and sciences and enriched by the integrated resources of four undergraduate and 12 graduate schools, Penn offers students an unparalleled education informed by inclusivity, intellectual rigor, research, and the impetus to create new knowledge to the benefit of individuals and communities around the world.
The University Catalog provides information for current and prospective students about all of Penn’s undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral programs, as well as academic policies and resources. The Catalog also provides a listing, by subject, of course offerings across the campus at all levels of education.
Explore Penn’s extensive library collection, research guides and support, special collections, online exhibits, and more.
With all 12 of Penn’s schools on one contiguous campus, it’s often that researchers and students are reaching across boundaries for their work and study. Interdisciplinary opportunities at Penn allow students to express their academic creativity and discover new ways of synthesizing information.
Penn Summer offers Penn students, alumni, high school students, and visiting students opportunities to dive into exciting subjects and get ahead in academic pursuits—on campus, online, or abroad.
The NROTC program educates and trains qualified young men and women for service as commissioned officers in the Navy and Marine Corps.