Cabrini offers more than 35 undergraduate majors with focused tracks and concentrations, plus graduate programs in education, accounting, religion, science, and leadership.
Students also can design their own majors, add a minor or concentration, or double major. An ambitious few even complete triple majors at Cabrini.
In all areas, students learn in small classes taught by skilled faculty dedicated to helping them achieve their academic and career goals.
Students apply what they learn hands-on in the real world with internships, fieldwork, research, and other opportunities. Learning by doing is a hallmark of a Cabrini education.
Not sure what to major in? Don’t worry. Many undergraduates come to Cabrini unsure of their major, or “undeclared.”
The curriculum is designed to give new students time to explore courses that interest them and discuss options with their advisor. Students don’t have to decide on a major until the end of their first year.
First-year students who are undeclared have the chance to live and study with a group of peers in the Academic and Career Exploration Living & Learning Community.