Luther's liberal arts education prepares you for complexity, diversity, and change. Our curriculum provides broad knowledge and the opportunity to go deep in a specific area of interest. By learning core skills such as communication and problem solving, you'll be ready to enter the real world with integrity and success.
Programs not marked in either major or minor column indicate course work only.
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Students may also develop an individualized interdisciplinary major, with the endorsement of the related departments and the registrar.
Love of learning is the guide of life.
Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest, most distinguished honor society in the country, promotes excellence in the liberal arts, and every year Luther's chapter brings leading scholars to campus and inducts students of high academic achievement. Learn more...
“Keep an open mind when it comes to what classes you take. I came to Luther thinking I wanted to do something with science because that was what I really loved in high school, but I ended up majoring in economics and anthropology and going to law school.”
23% 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.
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