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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Biochemistry - BA, BS

The BS Biochemistry program follows national guidelines and is aligned with pre-requisites for professional schools.
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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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Chemistry - BA, BS, Minor

The chemistry program offers a variety of exciting and future-oriented research topics, from organic synthesis, biochemistry, theoretical chemistry to physical chemistry and spectroscopy. When you earn a chemistry degree at Pacific, you can expect training in practical laboratory skills, which give you a competitive edge as you enter the workplace or pursue graduate degrees.
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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.
Dental Hygiene

Dental Hygiene - BS

Study at our state-of-the-art San Francisco campus. This distinctive accelerated degree offers robust clinical practice and allows entry into many positions in areas of oral hygiene, as well as application for entry into advanced degree programs.
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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.
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Health and Exercise Science, BS

The Bachelor of Science degree in health and exercise science prepares you for careers and/or graduate study in areas such as medicine, physical therapy, occupational therapy, health sciences, nutrition and exercise physiology.  The program is science-based and human-oriented. 

The study of human movement comprises an understanding of the musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, respiratory, endocrine, immune and metabolic systems. Foundational sciences, as well as exercise physiology, kinesiology, and clinical opportunities, provide the underpinning of the program. 

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Health, Exercise and Sport Sciences - BA, BS, Minor

Health, Exercise and Sport Sciences examines how movement-based physical activities, exercise, and sport contribute to the quality of human life. Engage in a wide range of perspectives including biology, chemistry, psychology, sociology, business, education and philosophy so you can analyze health and human movement in a holistic manner.
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Health Studies - BA, BS

Pacific's health studies program prepares you for a career in one of the many nonclinical areas of health care that require a broad base of knowledge in the social sciences and the humanities.
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Healthcare Administration and Leadership - BS

Pacific’s BS in Healthcare Administration & Leadership provides an opportunity for working adults with some college to return to school and finish their bachelor’s degree.
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Human Performance - BA

In the human performance concentration of the Health, Exercise, and Sport Sciences major, you will study the mechanics of human movement and how they impact our health and wellbeing.
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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 Therapy - BM

Learn to use music interventions in a focused and concentrated manner to bring about healing and change, building on the inherent qualities of music to influence physical, emotional, cognitive and social responses.
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Pre-Dentistry - BS

High school students motivated to earn this degree can choose a 5, 6, or 7-year program. You will work with our highly qualified staff and advisers on both Stockton and San Francisco campuses.
Pharmacy students

Pre-Pharmacy - BA/BS

Set yourself up for success in becoming a highly-skilled, patient-centered pharmacist. First-time freshmen complete their undergraduate requirements in the same environment as their PharmD studies. Our graduates have consistently had a higher first-time pass rate for the NAPLEX exam than the national average.

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Speech-Language Pathology - BS, Minor

Speech-language pathology is a professional program of habilitative and rehabilitative services that leads to occupations involved with persons with communication disorders. Speech-language pathologists work with people of all ages and are prepared to evaluate speech and language problems.
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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.
Students at the Tech Fair.

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.