With or without a minor in another field, most majors call for between eight and 10 courses and a culminating project.
Majors and Minors
Define yourself. As a sophomore at Dartmouth, you’ll declare a major in an academic program that excites you intellectually. You can combine any of more than 60 majors with your pick of minors; fine-tune a major by adding studies from other departments and programs; or design a special major around your particular passion.
Browse all undergraduate majors offered at Dartmouth.
A modified major combines work in two subjects with emphasis on one—such as “economics modified with history”—to create a unified, coherent program of study.
Students have the option to complete the requirements for two—or even three—distinct majors.
Special majors are student-designed programs of study involving two or more departments or programs and one to three terms of independent study or research.
When you add a minor to your academic portfolio, the options to tailor your studies to your interests are nearly limitless.
A concise guide to constructing and planning your Dartmouth program of study, provided by the Undergraduate Deans Office.