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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Dental School

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.
law students

Pre-Law - Minor

University of the Pacific offers students the opportunity to complete a pre-law minor that prepares students for the rigors of law school.
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.

Psychology student Esmeralda Aldana

Psychology - BS, Minor

Psychology majors are introduced to areas of study including behavioral, biological, clinical, cognitive, developmental and social psychology. You will graduate with valuable research and applied experience.
mcgeorge

Public Affairs - Minor

The Political Science department in the College of the Pacific offers a Public Affairs minor, which focuses on the knowledge and skills necessary to understand the public realities of their world.
buddhist temple

Religious Studies - BA, Minor

Study the religious practices, beliefs, institutions and texts of ancient and modern societies. Through these studies, you will learn about the religious phenomena that have shaped human civilizations. Through this exposure, you will come to better understand the world, yourself and your place in the world.
professor teaching class

Self-Designed - BA, Minor

A unique opportunity for students who have special academic or career objectives not directly met by existing majors is the “self-designed’’ major.
history students looking at artifacts

Social Sciences - BA

The social sciences major will allow you to explore history, economics, political science and sociology while pursuing a teaching credential from Pacific’s Benerd College.
sociology

Sociology - BA, Minor

At a moment when our society is reckoning with systemic racism, sexual harassment and growing inequality, sociology has never been more relevant. Whether you're interested in social work, criminal justice, public policy, youth mentoring, or community development, we have a place and a pathway for you.
SLP students working with youth

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.
sports management students

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.
Students building a bridge.

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.