Academics at Luther

Majors, Minors, and Programs

Programs not marked in either major or minor column indicate course work only.

Program Major Minor
Accounting
Africana Studies
Asian Studies
Anthropology
Art
Art History
Athletic Training
Biblical Languages
Biology
Chemistry
Chinese
Classical Studies
Classics
Communication Studies
Computer Science
Dance
Economics
Education
English
Environmental Studies
French
German
Health and Fitness Promotion
Health Education - Teaching
History
Intermedia Arts
International Studies
Italian
Journalism
Linguistics
Management
Mathematics
Mathematics/Statistics
Museum Studies
Music
Nordic Studies
Nursing
Paideia
Philosophy
Physical Education - Exercise Physiology
Physical Education - Teaching
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Religion
Russian Studies
Social Welfare
Social Work
Sociology
Spanish
Theatre
Women and Gender Studies

Pre-Professional Programs


Interdisciplinary Major

Students may also develop an individualized interdisciplinary major, with the endorsement of the related departments and the registrar.


Undecided? You're not alone...

Twenty-three percent of first-year students at Luther have not declared a major by the end of their first year—and many students change their mind at least once.

Our liberal arts education encourages you to explore various disciplines to find the perfect major—or majors—for you. To learn more about the resources available to guide your decision, visit our Choosing a Major page.

Paideia: A Signature Program

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Paideia is an interdisciplinary course series that strengthens community through shared academic experience.
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Study Away

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Each year more than 400 Luther students study abroad in 41 countries. These experiences are key to a global perspective.
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Scholars Program

Scholar's Program
The "Intersections: Seeking the Common Good" curriculum offers an exciting series of seminars and colloquia for talented students.
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