List of Undergraduate Majors

Undergraduate Admissions

At MSU, students are placed in a college based on their choice of degree major. Students select a major code on the main MSU application indicating their program of interest.

All admissions for undergraduate students are processed through the MSU Office of Admissions.

Helpful resources for prospective undergraduate students:

Majors in the College of Natural Science

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Biological Science – BS (Interdepartmental; For teaching majors only)

Biomedical Laboratory Diagnostics


Earth Science – BS

Environmental Studies

Geological Sciences

Human Biology – BS


Microbiology and Molecular Genetics

Physical Science – BS (Interdepartmental; For teaching majors only)


Physics and Astronomy

Physiology – BS

Plant Biology

Preprofessional Coursework (Pre-med, etc.)

Statistics and Probability


All information is from the MSU Academic Programs Catalog. For additional details, contact the academic department or program associated with each major.


Dual-Degree Programs

The College of Natural Science has developed a very unique program for academically talented undergraduates. Students enrolled in a B.S. program in the College of Natural Science have the opportunity to consider enrolling in graduate courses and conducting research toward a M.S. degree after completing the first two years of their bachelor’s degree. The M.S. degree must be in a Natural Science major.

For more information contact:

Office of Student Affairs
College of Natural Science Dean’s Office
103 Natural Science Building
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI. 48824

For more information, contact the Office of Admissions.