Choose from 100+ degrees at the University of Utah.
Here at the University of Utah we thrive by putting dreams into action. Our engaging programs, enthusiastic students, experienced faculty, and buzzing campus life make for the building blocks of soaring ambitions and even bigger aspirations. The University of Utah has 100+ undergraduate degree programs, including the one for you.
Areas of study are subject to change.
The College of Architecture and Planning at the University of Utah is a community of award-winning and highly regarded faculty, entrepreneurial students, and supportive staff, who together create a creative community unlike any other. Structurally, the College is made up of the School of Architecture, the Department of City and Metropolitan Planning, and the fledgling Multi-disciplinary Design program. The College of Architecture and Planning is also home to three research centers: the Ecological Planning Center, the Integrated Technology in Architecture Center, and the Metropolitan Research Center.
- Architectural Studies
- Urban Ecology
Note: Fall-only intake
The mission of the College of Education is to create a learning environment that fosters discovery and dissemination of knowledge to promote learning, equitable access, and enhanced learning outcomes for all students. Through the integration of outstanding teaching, research, and community outreach, the College of Education investigates significant issues impacting education policy and practice while preparing its students for leadership and excellence within a diverse and changing educational community.
- Special Education
The College of Engineering aims to prepare students for leadership positions and professional practice in academia, industry, and government. Students will learn to improve the productivity, health, safety, and enjoyment of human life through leading-edge research and to stimulate and grow the economy by providing qualified engineering professionals and by transferring the technologies developed in College of Engineering research to the private sector.
- Biomedical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Science
- Construction Engineering
- Data Science
- Electrical Engineering
- Material Science & Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
The University of Utah College of Fine Arts provides students the opportunity to study under passionate, world-renowned faculty who provide exciting, diverse experiences that are truly life-changing. The rigorous practice and ardent curriculum prepares our students to gracefully transition from their education into meaningful lives as artists, scholars, and educators.
- Art History
- Film and Media Arts
- Modern Dance
- Theatre (B.A.)
- Theatre (B.F.A.)
The College of Health is emerging as a leader in the transformation of health care, engaging in high-impact programs to enhance student success and faculty research. A variety of rich research opportunities are available to undergraduate and graduate students in labs, clinics, and outreach programs. Currently, the College supports 30 laboratories and clinics that perform research and also provide valuable services to the community, professionals, and the University.
- Athletic Training
- Health Promotion and Education
- Parks, Recreation & Tourism
- Recreational Therapy
- Speech and Hearing Science
The College of Humanities is the second largest college on campus and is at the core of the University of Utah’s mission and the experience of higher education. It is composed of seven academic departments and eight interdisciplinary centers, including two National Resource Centers (the Asia Center and the Center for Latin American Studies).
- Asian Studies
- Comparative Literary & Cultural Studies: Literature and Culture
- International Studies
- Latin American Studies
- Middle East Studies
- Peace and Conflict Studies
- Religious Studies
- Writing and Rhetoric Studies
The University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law is among the nation’s leaders in preparing students to practice as professionals in the real world while providing a broad foundation in the core concepts of the law and legal practice. The College of Law provides extensive opportunities to learn while serving the community at the local, national, and international levels and to continue to develop research and clinical programs that address some of the most pressing issues of our time.
The College of Mines and Earth Sciences’ location in a mineral- and energy-rich geographical area provides a study and research environment that extends far beyond campus boundaries. Because of Utah’s mineral resources, the college is pivotal in developing a region increasingly vital to the nation’s mining and energy future.
- Atmospheric Sciences
- Geological Engineering
- Metallurgical Engineering
- Mining Engineering
In the College of Nursing, students will work to expand on their knowledge of science and the humanities by integrating and applying scientific findings from a broad range of disciplines to practice. Students will work with individuals, families, and populations in diverse settings and health care systems to develop and lead initiatives promoting safe, high quality, culturally sensitive, and cost-effective patient care.
The College of Pharmacy is home to many of the top pharmacy students, researchers, and practice leaders in the world. Students and faculty are committed to excellence and innovation in the education of future pharmacists, research in the pharmaceutical sciences, and service to our community and profession.
The College of Science provides systematic programs for those who wish to pursue careers as professional scientists. It presents courses of instruction for students not specializing in science but who plan careers that require a science background.
- Applied Mathematics
The College of Social and Behavioral Science trains students to understand that finding solutions to human problems involves an understanding of the economic, political, and cultural conditions that influence human thought and behavior. This is achieved through research, teaching, and outreach to community partners and policy makers. By bringing a community of faculty scholars, students, community partners, and policy makers together, we are producing knowledge and training that will provide lasting solutions to today’s challenges.
- Consumer and Community Studies
- Environmental and Sustainability Studies
- Ethnic Studies
- Gender Studies
- Health, Society, and Policy
- Human Development and Family Studies
- Political Science
Note: All programs offered with degree options of B.A. and B.S.
The College of Social Work offers students an inclusive and challenging learning environment where students are encouraged to collaborate with faculty, peers, and community partners in analyzing and resolving critical social problems.
- Social Work
The University of Utah David Eccles School of Business offers an experiential learning environment for students. Lassonde Studios—a top-25 entrepreneurship environment that includes degrees, programs, and certificates—is the world’s first on-campus space for residential living, co-working, startup-launching, and product fabrication. Lassonde Studios is open 24/7 to all University of Utah students.
- Business Administration
- Information Systems
- Operations Management
- Quantitative Analysis of Markets & Organizations
The College of Cultural and Social Transformation aims to educate and promote change through innovative course offerings, service projects, community organizations, and interdisciplinary research. The College seeks to inform in a time of emergent struggles in race, gender, and immigration through unique degree programs. Students and dedicated faculty lead various initiatives to build awareness and transform social constructs for future generations.
- Ethnic Studies
- Gender Studies