Find Your Major

With more than 100 majors to discover, you are bound to find one that fits your future plans. Not sure yet? Choose one of our exploratory majors, and you won't fall behind while you consider which path you want to take. Use our Majors and Programs tool to explore your many options.

Let’s Find a Major or Degree Program That Fits You

Choose one of the following ways to discover your major or degree here at IUP.

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Internships and Learning Outside the Classroom

We’re advocates for internships and other hands-on learning experiences because we know they make a big difference. Faculty and staff are here to help you find opportunities that fit your path.

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Cook Honors College

This community of scholars has its own unique core classes, scholarships, and an achievement fund that helps pay for internships and learning opportunities.

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Undergraduate Course Catalog

The course catalog explains all the classes you'll need for each major or program as well as brief descriptions of each class.

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Liberal Studies

Expand your perspective and be prepared to handle the shifting challenges of the professional world with what you’ll learn in these required core classes, such as mathematics, science, psychology, and the arts.

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Honors Tracks

Honors tracks provide opportunities for advanced study within your major and can enhance your resume. They are open to all students, not only those in the Cook Honors College.

Academic Support

Select one of the options here and explore the many resources available to help you succeed. Choose student support services to see a wide range of resources from counseling and the Food Pantry to tutoring and IT support. Get help choosing your major from the University College, or get one-on-one help with writing assignments at the Writing Center.

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ROTC is considered a college elective for students that decide to participate–students are not joining the Army by enrolling. Students who do decide to apply to the Army will become commissioned officers in the Army upon successful completion of course requirements, but other students may take the courses as electives.


Military and Veterans Resource Center

The Military and Veterans Resource Center helps veterans and military-affiliated students navigate IUP and VA educational benefits. The center also provides veteran students with the tools they need to succeed academically and personally. It increases campus awareness of student veteran issues and fosters a sense of camaraderie, community, and well-being for all veterans, military-affiliated students, and their families.