Fields of Study
The University’s 95+ major programs also offer specialization tracks, minors, and certificates—more than 200 academic programs in total. You can be sure that a WSU degree will reflect your personal strengths and interests.
Find my field of study
- by Academic Area
- Agricultural Sciences
- Art, Architecture, and Design
- Biological and Environmental Sciences
- Business Programs Accredited by AACSB
- Engineering and Computer Science
- Foreign Languages and Cultures
- Health Sciences
- History, Literature, and Philosophy
- Physical and Mathematical Sciences
- Pre-Professional Studies
- Social Sciences
- Sport and Fitness
Visit gradschool.wsu.edu to explore the University’s graduate programs. If you intend to apply for graduate study at WSU, you will need to apply through the Graduate School.
I was involved in my field. I had the chance to do ‘hands-on’ as well as theoretical work in mechanical engineering. I really thought that was a great experience.”
Open Doors With a WSU Degree
Faculty mentors accept students into their research teams in almost every area of study we offer. Our Office of Undergraduate Research is dedicated to helping you find research opportunities.
You will also have opportunities to study abroad and expand your world.
A Unique Academic Experience
At WSU Pullman, you will live and learn in a classic U.S. college town: an entire community that is built around your university.
The First-Year Focus program on the Pullman campus puts you in certain courses with other students who live in your residence hall and share similar interests.
It helps you find friends and study partners—and it helps you get better grades, too.
Fourteen residence halls offer First-Year Focus programs.
Do You Want to Know More?
We can send detailed information about the academic programs that interest you, and we would love to tell you more about academic life at WSU.