Bachelor’s Degree

The University of San Diego is committed to a program designed to acquaint every student with the intellectual, cultural, and moral life of our civilization, while providing at the same time the opportunity to add to this knowledge special career-centered competencies. Normally, the student is in residence through eight semesters, during which he or she is enrolled in approximately 44 courses, carrying minimum credit of 124 units.

USD students who wish to earn a second bachelor’s degree (as opposed to one degree with two majors) are required to complete a minimum of 30 units beyond the first USD degree (thus, at least 154 units are needed), to be seeking a different degree (for example, a BBA for a student who has already earned a BA degree).

Transfer students who already have a bachelor’s degree and wish to earn a USD baccalaureate degree in another major must meet all of USD’s core curriculum requirements, meet USD’s residency requirement of a minimum of 30 units, and meet all requirements (including prerequisites) for the degree and major sought.

Each student is responsible for his or her own academic program, and for satisfying requirements listed in this course catalog.

College of Arts and Sciences

BA in Anthropology
BA in Architecture
BA in Art History
BA in Behavioral Neuroscience
BA in Biochemistry
BA in Biology
BA in Biophysics
BA in Chemistry
BA in Communication Studies
BA in English
BA in Environmental and Ocean Sciences
BA in Ethnic Studies
BA in French
BA in History
BA in Interdisciplinary Humanities
BA in International Relations
BA in Italian Studies
BA in Liberal Studies
BA in Mathematics
BA in Music
BA in Philosophy
BA in Physics
BA in Political Science
BA in Psychology
BA in Sociology
BA in Spanish
BA in Theatre Arts and Performance Studies
BA in Theology and Religious Studies
BA in Visual Arts

Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering

BA in Computer Science
BS/BA in Electrical Engineering
BS/BA in Engineering

BS/BA in Industrial & Systems Engineering
BS/BA in Mechanical Engineering

School of Business

Bachelor of Accountancy
BA in Economics
BBA in Business Administration
BBA in Business Economics
BBA in Finance
BBA in International Business
BBA in Marketing
BBA in Real Estate

College of Arts and Sciences

Anthropology
Architecture
Art History
Asian Studies
Biology
Catholic Studies
Chemistry
Classical Studies
Communication Studies
English
Ethnic Studies
French
Gender Studies
German
History
International Relations
Italian
Latin American Studies
Mathematics
Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Music
Performing Arts Entrepreneurship
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Sociology
Spanish
Theatre Arts
Theology and Religious Studies
Visual Arts

Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies

Peace and Justice Studies

School of Business

Accountancy
Business Administration
Economics
Entrepreneurship
Finance
Information Technology Management
International Business
Law and Ethics
Management
Marketing
Real Estate
Supply Chain Management

School of Leadership and Education Sciences

Education
Leadership Studies
Naval Science

Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering

Computer Science
Information Science