Gonzaga offers 75 undergraduate majors and programs of study, 25 Master’s degrees, a law degree, and doctoral programs in leadership studies and nursing.
- Undergraduate Academic Programs and Majors
- Course Catalogue
- University Core Curriculum
- Distinctive Academic and Leadership Programs
- Study Abroad Programs
- College of Arts and Sciences
- School of Business Administration
- School of Engineering and Applied Science
- School of Education
- School of Nursing and Human Physiology
Gonzaga has two academic programs that are considered "direct-entry" programs, meaning that a student must declare the major on the application to be considered for that program.
NURSING: Gonzaga's Nursing Program accepts first-year applications only. Applicants interested in the Nursing Program must choose "Nursing" on their application to be considered. Students not admitted into the Nursing Program through the application process will not be permitted to change their major to nursing.
ENGINEERING: The School of Engineering and Applied Science has competitive, direct admission for engineering programs. This includes civil, computer, electrical, mechanical, engineering management as well as students who are undecided but desire a major in an engineering discipline. Please note that direct admission does not apply to the computer science program.