Chapman University

Undergraduate Academics

Chapman University

Undergraduate Academics

A Chapman education is about more than just preparing you for your career. It’s about helping you discover your passions and goals, and letting them guide you through college and beyond.

50+

majors available, with the option to double major

50+

minors to add to your major

15+

programs to earn your master’s in 1 additional year

Finding your program(s)

Use our program finder to see all the majors and minors Chapman has to offer. Already enrolled and looking to change or add majors/minors? See our webpage to learn how.
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See all the majors and minors Chapman offers.

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Add to or change your academic journey

Earning your degree

To earn your bachelor’s degree you will need to complete 120 credits that consist of:

  • General Education credits.
  • Your major program requirements (available in the Chapman Catalog).
  • A Diversity, Equity and Inclusion course (which can be taken as part of your major program or General Education courses).

  • Succeeding in your program

    There’s plenty of help available when you need it: from academic mentoring and tutoring to assistance with your writing to any accommodations you need in the classroom or for test taking.
    Tutoring & Learning Center Tutoring & Learning Center
    writing center Writing Center
    disability services Disability Services

    Personalizing your education

    Outside your major there are several programs to help you expand your knowledge, gain new experiences and prepare for a successful post-college career:
    University honors programs University Honors Program
    interdisciplinary-minors Interdisciplinary Minors
    Student giving eye exam Pre-Med & Pre-Health Program
    Pre-law at Chapman University Pre-Law Program
    Integrated Graduate Programs Integrated Graduate Programs
    Phi Beta Kappa Phi Beta Kappa

    Gain research experience

    Gaining research experience as an undergraduate can be hugely valuable for learning new skills and preparing for graduate school or the job market. 

    At an R2 research institution like Chapman, you have several opportunities to work with faculty or independently on real academic research starting in your first year. The Center for Undergraduate Excellence can help you get started!

  • Ask a student

    Questions about academics? Current students are happy to help. You can search by majors, minors or other interests.