The Liberal Arts
Students in Prof. Deborah Burke's classroom at Pomona College
The Liberal Arts
A liberal arts education offers learning that is both broad and deep, preparing you for action and intellectual engagement in an ever-changing world.
Our Faculty
Prof. Samuel Yamashita having lunch with senior Hong Deng Gao
Our Faculty
When class size averages 15 and the student faculty ratio is 8:1, bonds are bound to be tight. We offer access to some of the best professors in the world.
Outside the Classroom
Ben Hackenberger works at an architecture internship.
Outside the Classroom
Learning at Pomona often happens outside the classroom through hands-on experiences in research, internships and community engagement.
Global Learning
Dean Feldbum with the students on the EU Study Abroad program.
Global Learning
Actively engage with the world through a wide range of academic and co-curricular opportunities that take place on campus and globally.

Majors & Minors

All disciplines offer a minor, except those denoted by an asterisk. The links below lead to more information about each major; to find a list of departments, visit pomona.edu/academics/departments.

*Asterisks denote disciplines that only offer a major and not a minor.

While Pomona College does not offer majors in Pre-Health or Pre-Engineering, we do provide guidance for students interested in these paths.

Information on our Pre-Health site outlines the range of health professions (including medical, veterinary, dental, etc.), how to prepare (including which courses to take), how to apply to health profession programs, and how to reach out for one-on-one advising appointments.

Pomona offers two combined Pre-Engineering programs with other universities: The 3-2 Plan in Engineering: California Institute of Technology and Washington University in St. Louis, and the 2-1-1 Dual Degree in Engineering with the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth.