Undergraduate Majors, Minors, and Certificate Programs

An Individualized Approach

At Wheelock, you can combine your study of the arts and sciences with professional majors and real-world field experience that begins in your first year. Our mix of majors, minors, certificate programs, and focus areas can be tailored into a learning approach that is exactly right for you. This inclusive approach will help you to explore your interests and meet your professional goals—as well as give you a competitive advantage in today's job market.

Partnerships for Advanced Study

Wheelock partners with several prestigious higher ed institutions to give our students access to specialized content knowledge that complements Wheelock's offerings while providing a pathway for Wheelock students to earn a graduate degree at the partner institution.

Majors

American Studies, BA
Child Life and Family Centered Care Dual Degree, BA/BS and MS
Communications and Media Literacy, BA
Early Childhood Education*, BS or BA
Elementary Education*, BS or BA
Environmental Studies, BA
Humanities, BA
Juvenile Justice and Youth Advocacy, BS
Mathematics and Science, BS
Performing and Visual Arts, BA
Political Science and Global Studies, BA
Psychology and Human Development, BS
Social Work, BSW
Social Work/Juvenile Justice and Youth Advocacy Dual Degree, BSW
Special Education*, BS

*All students in this program must also have a Liberal Arts/Sciences Major
leading to a BA or BS in that major

Minors

African American Studies
American Studies

Anthropology
Art History
Child Health
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Community Arts
Education
History
Juvenile Justice and Youth Advocacy
Life Science
Literature
Mathematics
Music
Performing Arts (through Colleges of the Fenway)
Philosophy
Physical Science
Theatre
Understanding Autism
Visual Art (Studio)
Women's Studies
Writing

Certificate Programs

Community Based Human Services Certificate Program


Partnership Programs 

Suffolk Law School 

Massachusetts General Hospital Institute for Health Professionals  

Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology

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