Undergraduate Majors

Programs of Study

With more than 150 majors and options to choose from, you’ll experience a matchless education at Virginia Tech.

These majors are available to incoming first-year applicants.

Accounting and Information Systems
Aerospace Engineering
Agricultural Sciences
Agricultural Technology (Associate's Degree)
Animal and Poultry Sciences
Applied Economic Management
Art (Fine Art)
Art History
Biochemistry (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences)
Biochemistry (College of Science)
Biological Sciences (Biology)
Biological Systems Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Building Construction
Business (undecided)
Business Information Technology
Chemical Engineering
Childhood Pre-Education
Civil Engineering
Classical Studies
Clinical Neuroscience
Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience
Communication Science and Social Inquiry
Computational Modeling and Data Analytics
Computational and Systems Neuroscience
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Construction Engineering and Management
Consumer Studies
Creative Technologies
Creative Writing
Crop and Soil Sciences
Dairy Science
Economics (College of Science)
Electrical Engineering
Engineering Science and Mechanics
Environmental Conservation and Society
Environmental Horticulture
Environmental Informatics
Environmental Policy and Planning
Environmental Resources Management
Environmental Science
Experimental Neuroscience
Explore Science (undecided)
Explore Technology (undecided)
Exploring Architecture and Urban Studies (undecided)
Exploring Life Sciences (undecided)
Exploring Natural Resources (undecided)
Family and Consumer Sciences
Fashion Merchandising and Design
Fish Conservation
Food Science and Technology

These majors are available to incoming transfer applicants for Summer/Fall semester, Spring semester, or both. Be sure to visit the major's page to check which applies to you. For more information about majors available to transfer applicants, visit the Transfer Admissions web page.

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Looking to start a career in law, education, or medicine? Pre-professional studies offer a wealth of options.

Whatever destination you’re looking for, degrees in these programs can help start you on the right track. Opportunities in undergraduate research, hands-on learning, and real-world experiences are ample throughout the university.

For more information about these interest areas, visit Advising Matters at Virginia Tech.

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