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Undergraduate students can choose from a breadth of majors from humanities and arts, to social sciences, to mathematics and basic sciences. And with the accessibility of faculty at the college, undergraduates have a unique opportunity to do research and thesis projects if they choose to do so. The endless opportunities offered within the college help to open doors for a post-college career.

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Graduate students have the chance to work with some of the best-known faculty and researchers in the world in any given number of topics. Top-ranked departments in economics, writing, physics, chemistry, math, and the fine arts, as well as a chance to study with some of the best resources in a university setting, attract the top graduate students in the country.

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A rigorous education from the top-ranked College of Letters and Science will open many doors for you in your career. Exploring this website, visiting the college, and talking to students and faculty can give you a better idea of the exciting projects and activities that take place at the college every day.

A Tale of a New City: An International Student's Summer in Davis

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portrait of 2015 graduate Nick Dias

Two students and two recent alums are in the running for prestigious postgraduate scholarships, including David Belcher, a political science major and German minor who is a finalist for a Rhodes Scholarship.


portrait of 2015 graduate Nick Dias

Nick Dias, who graduated in June, heads to Buenos Aires for a writing internship.