Undergraduate Majors at Cornell University

The most popular major at Cornell University is Biology/Biological Sciences followed by Hotel/Motel Administration/Management and Agricultural Economics. A list of all 78 available majors and annual graduates is presented below.

List of undergrad majors offered at Cornell University
Agriculture 72

Agriculture

Graduates
Agricultural Economics 242
Viticulture and Enology 8
International Agriculture 11
Animal Sciences 123
Food Science 24
Plant Sciences 29

Computer and Information Sciences

Graduates
Computer and Information Sciences 11
Information Technology 15
Computer Science 73

Education

Graduates
Agricultural Teacher Education 10

Engineering

Graduates
Engineering 16
Agricultural Engineering 92
Chemical Engineering 71
Civil Engineering 72
Electrical and Electronics Engineering 74
Engineering Physics/Applied Physics 49
Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering 17
Materials Engineering 25
Mechanical Engineering 128
Operations Research 107

Foreign Languages

Graduates
Linguistics 10
Comparative Literature 6
Russian Language and Literature 3
German Language and Literature 3
French Language and Literature 10
Italian Language and Literature 3
Spanish Language and Literature 21
Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics 8

Work and Family Studies

Graduates
Human Development and Family Studies 96

English and Literature

Graduates
English Language and Literature 61

Liberal Arts and Humanities

Graduates
Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies 15

Biology

Graduates
Biology/Biological Sciences 329
Entomology 13
Biometry/Biometrics 22
Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Other 109

Mathematics

Graduates
Mathematics 53
Statistics 2

Natural Resources Conservation

Graduates
Natural Resources/Conservation 74

General Studies

Graduates
Science, Technology and Society 3
Nutrition Sciences 42
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other 44

Philosophy and Religious Studies

Graduates
Philosophy 18
Religion/Religious Studies 2

Architecture

Graduates
Architecture 76
City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning 32
Environmental Design/Architecture 25
Landscape Architecture 16
Architectural History and Criticism 1

Physical Sciences

Graduates
Astronomy 3
Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology 9
Chemistry 43
Geological and Earth Sciences/Geosciences, Other 19
Physics 35

Psychology

Graduates
Psychology 80

Human Services

Graduates
Public Policy Analysis 70

Social Sciences

Graduates
Anthropology 11
Archeology 10
Economics 231
Political Science and Government 143
Sociology 54

Ethnic Studies

Graduates
American/United States Studies/Civilization 25
Asian Studies/Civilization 29
Near and Middle Eastern Studies 13
German Studies 2
African-American/Black Studies 7
Gay/Lesbian Studies 7

Visual and Performing Arts

Graduates
Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts 8
Film/Cinema/Video Studies 15
Fine/Studio Arts 25
Art History, Criticism and Conservation 16
Fiber, Textile and Weaving Arts 23
Music 11

Business

Graduates
Hotel/Motel Administration/Management 244
Labor and Industrial Relations 250

History

Graduates
History 61

Communication

Graduates
Communication and Media Studies 78
Speech Communication and Rhetoric 3

Primary data source, U.S. Department of Education https://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/?id=190415 IPEDS survey data for Cornell University.