Hiram College

Majors and Minors

Areas of Study

Hiram College offers 32 majors, 37 minors, 5 pre-professional concentrations, 2 dual degree options, and a graduate program to further your education and passion. 15 of our degree options can also be completed as a 3-year accelerated program.

New majors for Fall 2021 include Digital Marketing and Supply Chain Management.

Academic Program
Major
Minor
Concentrations
3-Year Degree
Online Option
Accounting and Financial Management      
Applied Computer Science        
Art and Design      
Asian Studies        
Biochemistry        
Biology      
Biomedical Humanities      
Chemistry      
Classical and Medieval Studies        
Communication      
Computer Science      
Creative Writing        
Crime, Law, and Justice      
Digital Marketing        
Economics        
Education, Teacher Licensure        
Educational Studies    
English    
Entrepreneurship        
Environmental Studies      
Ethics        
Film Studies        
French        
Gender Studies        
History    
Integrative Exercise Science    
International Studies      
Management    
Marketing      
Mathematics        
Natural History        
Neuroscience        
Nursing        
Peace Corps        
Performing Arts      
Philosophy        
Photography        
Physics    
Political Science    
Pre-Dentistry        
Pre-Law        
Pre-Medical Studies        
Pre-Physician Assistant        
Pre-Veterinary Medicine        
Psychology      
Public Health      
Public Leadership        
Social Science        
Sociology      
Spanish        
Sport Management      
Supply Chain Management        
Writing        
  • Dual Degree - Engineering (3+2)

    The dual degree engineering program (also called a binary engineering program or 3+2 program) gives students the advantages of a liberal arts education: focus on written and oral communication skills, exposure to a broad range of topics, ways of thinking that employers value, and close, personal attention from faculty.

  • Dual Degree - Social Work (3+2)

    The social work program at Hiram is a 3+2-year program that partners with Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland to allow you to get your bachelor’s and master’s degrees in five years instead of six. The program prepares you not only for social work testing requirements, but also for a range of careers.

  • Graduate Studies

    The Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies (MAIS) allows you to focus on the content area of your choice and explore how it intersects with other disciplines. You will gain a rich understanding of your profession and become a content expert in your field.