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Applied Mathematics

From medical imaging to weather modeling to data science (and more), applied math is on the forefront of helping solve increasingly complex problems facing our society.

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With the growing importance of the Middle East in international affairs, there is a shortage of Arabic language speakers who are versed in Arabic language and culture.

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The visual arts provide a means for people to better understand themselves and their society, as well as insight into aspects of other cultures.

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Art History

A natural gateway into the study of different cultures and societies that provides students with an enhanced view into other cultures through the lens of art.


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Biochemistry majors will demonstrate competency in the biochemistry laboratory and demonstrate an understanding of the basic concepts in molecular biology.

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Biology studies the origin, structure, development, reproduction, and evolution of life.

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Broadcast & Electronic Media Studies

We provide students with the worldview and skills necessary for creative and responsible work in the television and radio industries.


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Catholic Studies

Students experience a focused engagement with the history, theology, traditions, teachings, and cultural legacies of the Catholic Church.

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Chemists study the material world and its transformations through insight and experimentation.

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Growing international recognition of China's economic and political importance translates to rapidly increasing career opportunities .

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Classical Civilizations

The Department of Classical Civilizations provides students with access to over 2,500 years of human experience drawn from the multicultural world of the ancient Mediterranean and Near East.

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Communication Studies

Embrace creativity and intellectual rigor, while at the same time developing skills that have practical applications in the modern workplace.

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Majors and non-majors alike combine their passion for music with pursuing lives of leadership and service for the common good.

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Core Curriculum

Gonzaga’s deep commitment to educating the whole person is embodied in the University Core Curriculum. Completed by all students regardless of major, the Core has several purposes.

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The Criminology program introduces students to sociological perspectives on the causes, consequences, and control of criminal behavior.

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Critical Race & Ethnic Studies

Learn about the complex interplay of race and ethnicity vis-a-vis gender, class, sexuality, and other social dimensions that shape the diverse experiences of humans over time.


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The program inspires physical grace and an appreciation of beauty while exposing students to a variety of styles and to the thrill of performance.

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For over 100 years, Gonzaga has supported argument and debate as a cornerstone of a Jesuit education. Debate strives to promote a culture of diversity, inclusion, equity, intellectual inquiry, and advocacy.


The Career & Professional Development office offers students several different career discovery tools to help them reflect on how their values, interests, personality, and skills play a role in choosing a major or career.


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We celebrate the beauty of words and the power of language as a path towards that goal, and offer cultural, historical, and theoretical approaches to literature and the creative process.

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Environmental Studies & Sciences

Gonzaga's Environmental Studies & Sciences program connects science with study of the historical, social, ethical, legal and political issues that affect our natural world


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Film Studies

Gonzaga University’s Film Studies program is an interdisciplinary academic home for the study of film and media analysis. In this program, students learn about the formal elements of cinema and other visual media, its history as a medium, its connections to national cultures and values, and its expressions of human experiences.

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Gonzaga's French program combines the study of the language with courses that provide the knowledge you need to succeed as a working professional abroad.


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Our program develops your ability to listen, speak, read and write in German, while expanding your understanding of the culture of German-speaking countries.


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Health Equity

The Health Equity minor provides a strong foundation for understanding how cultural and structural forces impact the health and health care of communities, influence individuals’ choices and relationship to information, and shape the processes and implicationsof health science.

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Gonzaga's History Department provides a foundation for graduate work, the study of law, teaching, archival and library sciences, and many careers in business.


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Interdisciplinary Arts

The study of interdisciplinary arts expands a student's problem solving, critical reflection and innovative thinking through combining the strengths of theatre, dance, visual arts, and music.

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International Studies

Gonzaga's International Studies program builds your understanding of the growing interdependence of nations across the globe.

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Gonzaga's Italian program prepares you to fluently speak, read, write and comprehend the Italian language.

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Italian Studies

This program will impart an understanding of Italian culture and competence in the Italian language.


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Gonzaga's two-year Japanese program is combined with a study abroad experience to grow your understanding of the Japanese language and culture.

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Jazz Performance

Gonzaga University's Jazz Studies Program consists of four jazz combos, the jazz ensemble, jazz history classes and jazz improvisation lessons offered on every instrument.

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Gonzaga's Journalism program cultivates skills in gathering information through research and interviews, and writing for the array of media platforms.


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Explore the power and beauty of mathematical proof, develop analytical and problem-solving skills, and apply mathematics to business, the natural and social sciences, and engineering.

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Modern Languages & Literature

Gonzaga's Modern Languages & Literature Department is home to the study of seven languages taught at a range of skill levels.

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We believe music enriches all lives. Any Gonzaga student—regardless of major—can explore and enjoy music through opportunities in our department.

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Music Education

Gonzaga's Music Department offers Bachelor's degrees in both Music and Music Education within a program known for small class sizes.


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Native American Studies

Explore Native American histories and cultures through varied Native points of view and experiences.

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Explore the intricacies of the brain and nervous system, combining disciplines such as physiology, molecular biology, genetics, anatomy, psychology, biochemistry, physics, and computer science.


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Our bachelor’s and master’s programs aim to deepen students' love of wisdom through the study of the intellectual and moral traditions of our civilization.

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Gonzaga's Physics Department helps you develop advanced problem-solving skills and a deeper understanding of the science of physics.

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Political Science

Studying Political Science at Gonzaga offers you a dynamic blend of classical liberal arts education and cutting-edge social science.

Gonzaga's Nursing students gain valuable experience in a simulation lab course


The Health Professions Pathways Program (H3P) provides comprehensive support to students and alumni from all majors interested in pursuing graduate study and future careers in the health professions.

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Gonzaga Pre-Law Advising offers ways for students from all majors who are interested in pursuing law school to learn more about law, whether a legal career is the right path for them, and how to prepare to apply to law school.

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Gonzaga's Psychology Department focuses on faculty research, as well as student research, while customizing studies to fit interests and career goals.

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Public Relations

Gonzaga's Public Relations program equips students with the skills to manage communication between organizations and the people they serve.


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We examine how human societies work and the social issues that shape our world today.

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Solidarity & Social Justice

The Solidarity and Social Justice (SOSJ) minor provides students with an understanding of the ways scholars, researchers and students address injustice.

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Gonzaga's Spanish program prepares you to meet the growing demand for bilingual professionals in today’s job market.


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Visual Literacy

The minor gives students models for thinking critically about the interpretation and impact of images in society and artistic creation, and the evolving role of video in online news and social media.