Invaluable experiences with a personal approach

Pacific is at the forefront of experiential education and we have options for students of every discipline.

Study a variety of disciplines by taking classes at any of our nine schools and colleges and create a pathway designed for your passion. Discover more about our 80 undergraduate programs here.

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Accounting - BS

This four-year program includes study of all functional areas of accounting including financial, managerial, cost, federal income tax accounting, accounting information systems and auditing. You will be fully prepared for a career in the corporate, governmental and not-for-profit areas.
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Bioengineering - BS

Pacific is one of the first universities in the country to offer an undergraduate degree in Bioengineering. As a bioengineering major, you can explore biomechanical, bioelectrical, biotransport and biomaterial topics. The department has a specialized pathway that supports pre-health and pre-medical students as they complete admission requirements to professional programs.
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Business Analytics - BSBA, Minor

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration-Business Analytics is a four-year degree that includes study of all functional areas of business analytics.
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Civil Engineering - BS

Civil engineering at Pacific is recognized for its practical curriculum, high academic standards and student-centered emphasis. In addition to the Cooperative Education (CO-OP) Program, you can participate in competitions and hands-on projects. The program has four focus areas: environmental engineering, geotechnical engineering, structural engineering and water resources engineering.
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Computer Engineering - BS

Pacific’s computer engineering curriculum combines computer design, electronics and programming with a foundation of traditional engineering fundamentals. Your faculty mentor helps develop a personalized curriculum plan based on your interests and skills. Built into the degree is a paid, professional internship through Pacific’s Cooperative Education (CO-OP) Program.
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Computer Science - BS

Pacific’s computer science program offers three concentrations: software development, networking and computer security. All three concentrations are built upon a foundation of math, science and engineering that prepares you to be successful and adaptable. Starting salaries for Pacific computer science graduates average over $14,000 higher than the national average.
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Computer Science - Minor

Computing technology is an integral part of many aspects of modern life, including business and research. The computer science minor provides you with a fundamental understanding of computers and computer applications to help you make the best use of computing in whatever career you choose.
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Data Science - Minor

The data science minor provides you with tools to understand the foundations of data—how it is managed and how to uncover insights from raw information. Data science is recognized as one of the best jobs in America.

Economics - BA, BS, Minor

Economics studies the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services. As an economics student, you will learn how to apply theoretical understanding and analytical skills to a wide variety of issues, problems and policies.
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Electrical Engineering - BS

Whether your interest is in renewable energy systems or motor control, Pacific's electrical engineering program provides avenues for exploration within this broad and dynamic field. Built into the electrical engineering degree is a paid, professional internship with an industry partner through Pacific's Cooperative Education (CO-OP) program.
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Engineering Management - BS

Pacific’s engineering management program prepares you for leadership roles as engineers, managers and educators. Alongside a faculty advisor, students develop a plan of study based on their personal goals. With 30% of the curriculum being electives, this major is a gateway to many career paths and opportunities.
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Engineering Physics - BS

Engineering physics is a cross-functional major that bridges the gap between applied science and practical engineering. It's both experimental and theoretical as it emphasizes research and development while also focusing on the design and analysis of complex problems. The curriculum combines depth in mathematics and physics beyond other engineering majors.
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Environmental Engineering - Minor

Pacific's environmental engineering minor provides additional knowledge in environmental or water resources engineering to students whose current major is complementary to these topics. This major is not open to students pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.
Eberhardt Student in Finance Class

Finance - BSBA

The Finance major in the Eberhardt School of Business prepares students to succeed in this promising profession.
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International Relations, BA

Through international, interdisciplinary and intercultural immersion, international relations prepares you to succeed in a variety of professions in industry, government, not-for-profit organizations and educational institutions.
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Management and Human Resources - BSBA

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration-Management and Human Resources major is a four-year degree that includes study of all functional areas of management and human resources.
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Marketing Management - BSBA

Marketing is fundamental to all profit and non-profit organizations. From connecting with your customer to competing in a global marketplace, a degree in marketing opens students up to a wide range of career possibilities applicable to any industry.

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Mechanical Engineering - BS

Mechanical engineering is a dynamic field of study that engages you in a diverse range of activities. Examples of activities include machine design and analysis, product development, environmental control, robotics and manufacturing. Pacific has over 30 laboratories on campus where you can gain hands-on experience with a variety of equipment.
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Media X - BA

Pacific’s innovative Media X program prepares you for a career in the constantly changing world of media arts. We help you develop storytelling and business skills so you can bring your stories to life. Take advantage of hands-on opportunities in performance, film and digital media productions, video game production and more.
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Music Industry Studies - BS

Music Industry Studies degree at University of the Pacific merges practice and theory along with intensive, hands-on training and internships to succeed in the fast-paced environment of the 21st century music industry.
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Music Management - BM, Minor

Music Management degree at University of the Pacific prepares students for a wide variety of music careers where knowledge and understanding of music performance, repertoire, styles and history are valuable assets.
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Organizational Leadership - BS

Our organizational leadership degree completion program aims to help students develop the problem‐solving, collaboration, communication and leadership skills required to lead organizations. Between your family and your career, we understand your priorities. We have designed degree completion programs to help you finish your degree without sacrificing your personal and professional responsibilities.
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Sport Management - BSBA

This major prepares students to succeed in the dynamic environment of sports industry. The curriculum evolves in response to three tenets—the standards set by the Council on Sport Management Accreditation, strategies used by practitioners in the field, and the emerging research by Pacific’s faculty.
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Structural Engineering - Minor

Pacific's structural engineering minor provides additional knowledge in structural or geotechnical engineering to students whose current major is complementary to these topics. This major is not open to students pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.
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Sustainability - Minor

Pacific's minor in sustainability provides you with a deeper understanding of sustainability. If you're interested in working for transnational or development organizations, this interdisciplinary minor contains courses that can support your goals. This minor is open to all students regardless of major.
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Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship - Minor

The minor in technological innovation and entrepreneurship is designed to develop entrepreneurial mindsets and prepare students for modern multi-disciplinary workplaces. With this minor, you'll learn to integrate the unique needs of scientific and engineering research with business. This interdisciplinary minor is open to all students regardless of major.
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Technology - Minor

A Minor in Technology is designed to complement a non-engineering degree by adding some exposure to the elements to technology that are shaping the 21st Century.