Penn’s undergraduate students pursue more than 90 majors across four schools and engage in interdisciplinary programs that make the resources of all 12 Penn schools available as they forge new paths in research and scholarship.
Each student contributes to the unique mix of cultural identities, socioeconomic backgrounds, religious beliefs, and sexual orientations that is the Penn community. Undergraduates learn from this rich diversity and develop the perspectives they need to thrive—and help others to thrive—in an increasingly complex world.
The University Catalog provides information for current and prospective students about all of Penn’s undergraduate, PhD, and research master’s 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.
A complete list of undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs, from accounting to veterinary medicine.
Navigating Urban Waters, With an Interdisciplinary Approach
With independent research projects and immersive experiences on and near Philadelphia’s waterways, summer fellows with the Penn Program in the Environmental Humanities are collaborating to develop new ways of learning and sharing knowledge.