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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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Healthcare Administration and Leadership - BS

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

From the history of food to a close examination of modern Asian societies, the history degree from Pacific offers a wide variety of classes that cover diverse themes. You will have opportunities to learn outside the classroom, including internships at nearby museums, independent student projects and presenting at national conferences.
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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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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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Jazz Studies - BM, Minor

Our distinguished alumnus Dave Brubeck ’42, put Pacific on the map with his excellence in jazz, and we continue this tradition. The major (composition or performance) will provide you with real-life skills for a career in jazz.
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Liberal Studies - BA, Minor

Become a teacher and gain a multidisciplinary foundation by earning your bachelor's degree in liberal studies from the University of the Pacific. You'll be able to teach in elementary and secondary schools in California with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies and a teaching credential.
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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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Mathematics - BA, BS, Minor

Pacific’s mathematics program help you to refine your knowledge and use of mathematics content, teamwork, mathematical modeling and technology. Courses are intended to give you a competitive edge when you enter the job market. Dedicated professors help you develop your mathematical reasoning, communication and problem-solving skills.
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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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Modern Languages and Literature - BA, Minor

The Modern Languages and Literature program offers majors and minors in Spanish, French, Chinese, and Japanese, and additional language courses in German. Double majors across disciplines are encouraged. Our graduates succeed in careers in translation, interpreting, business, international relations, law, education, health professions, technology and finance.