Explore the list of more than 30 undergraduate majors offered, including Biology, Economics, Education, English, History, Communications, Politics, Psychology, and more.
We offer more than 60 master's and doctoral programs in 16 different disciplines, as well as certificate programs and dual-degree programs.
Alexandra Wertz, Catholic '22, is a Media & Communication Studies major from Caldwell, NJ. After graduation, she'll be working as a Product Marketing Specialist for NBCUniversal.
Brayan Hernandez, Catholic '22, is an Education Studies and Politics major from Soyapango, El Salvador. After graduation, he'll be pursuing his Master's of Education at Harvard's Graduate School of Education.
Samantha McGrath, Catholic '22, is a Biology and Biotechnology double major. She'll be working as a Forensic Scientist for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
Abigail Anger, Catholic '22, is a Politics and Psychology major from Mandeville, LA. After graduation, she'll be working as a Teach for America Corps Member in the Appalachian Region.
Benjamin Kelley, Catholic '22, is a Politics major from Easton, MD. After graduation, he'll be working as a Research Analyst at Public Opinion Strategies in Alexandria, VA.
Kathleen O'Connell, Catholic '22, is a Psychology and Education Studies major from Rockville Centre, NY. After graduation, she'll be pursuing a Master's in School Counseling with an Advanced Certificate in LGBT Health, Education and Social Services at New York University.
Peter Spence, Catholic '22, is a Politics major with minors in Theology and Philosophy from McLean, VA. After graduation, he'll be working as a Business Development Representative at UiPath.
Maria St. Clair, Catholic ‘22, is a Mathematical Finance major with a minor in Hispanic Studies from Oldsmar, FL. After graduation, she will be working in Verizon’s Finance Operations Leadership Development Program.
The Undergraduate Diploma Ceremony for the School of Arts and Sciences will take place on Saturday, May 14, 2022 at 11:45 a.m. on the University Mall.
At every level of the University, you will find people who are eager to help you build your future career. Faculty, staff, alumni, and the Center for Career and Academic Success are eager to help you build your future career.
The classroom doesn't end with the campus's physical boundaries. The city of Washington, D.C. serves as an exteneded classroom for students at all levels of study.
Catholic University offers the personal attention of a liberal arts college married to the resources and reach of a global research university.
“The more you answer questions, it raises more questions,” says Nnanya Kalu, a medical doctor from Nigeria, who came to Catholic University to do research in our Biology Department.
An emphasis on research experience is a hallmark of our undergraduate psychology program. Students majoring in psychology do research through internships at prestigious research centers in Washington, D.C.
Maria Thurber, a Spanish for International Services major, has interned at the Embassy of Ecuador and at the National and International Outreach unit at the Library of Congress.
Library and Information Science students visit the Vatican Secret Archives and explore rare collections few people ever get to see.
Biochemistry professor Gregory Miller captures students’ attention through topics such as biochemistry in science fiction or the biochemistry of cooking, then goes deeper into structural biology and cell replication.