A specialization is a focused area of study of attached to a specific major, with specific coursework beyond major requirements.

A specialization is a focused area of study attached to a specific major, and is in addition to course requirements for the major. In 1994, the Undergraduate Council oversaw the conversion most specializations into minors – stand alone areas of study that could complement a wide array of majors. The Computing Specialization was exempted from conversion. The following majors are approved to have an optional Computing Specialization:

Majors with Optional Computing Specialization

Chemistry Department
Biochemistry B.S.
Chemistry B.S.
Chemistry/Materials Science B.S.
General Chemistry B.S.
Communication Department
Communication Studies B.A.
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution B.S.
Marine Biology B.S.
Linguistics Department
Applied Linguistics B.A.
Linguistics and Anthropology B.A.
Linguistics and Asian Languages and Cultures B.A.
Linguistics and English B.A.
Linguistics and French B.A.
Linguistics and Italian B.A.
Linguistics and Philosophy B.A.
Linguistics and Psychology B.A.
Linguistics and Scandinavian Languages B.A.
Linguistics and Spanish B.A.
Mathematics Department
Applied Mathematics B.S.
Financial Actuarial Mathematics B.S.
Mathematics B.S.
Mathematics/Applied Science B.S.
Mathematics for Teaching B.S.
Mathematics/Economics IDP
Mathematics/Economics B.S.
Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology Department
Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology B.S.
Psychology Department
Cognitive Science B.S.
Psychobiology B.S.
Psychology B.A.
Sociology Department
Sociology B.A.