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Major Codes

College of Agriculture and 175 Nutritional sciences (integrated study 361 Classics (Greek, Latin) School of Hotel Administration
Life Sciences of human nutrition, food, agriculture, 362 Comparative literature 501 Hotel administration
biology, and the social sciences)
162 Agricultural science education (agri- 363 Computer science • managerial communication
cultural education; Cornell Teacher 176 Plant sciences (general plant science;
397 Dance • financial management
Education)* floriculture and ornamental horticul-
ture; fruit science; vegetable science; 364 Economics • food and beverage management
125 Agricultural sciences (broad education
plant biology; plant genetics and 365 English • human resources management
in agriculture; five concentrations
breeding; plant pathology; plant protec- 330 Feminist, gender, and sexuality studies • management operations
available)
tion) 370 Film
130 Animal science (animal biology, genet- • marketing, strategy, and tourism
190 Viticulture and enology (science of
ics, nutrition, physiology, and growth; 366 French • operations management and
grape growing and winemaking)
dairy, livestock, and poultry production 376 German area studies information technology
182 Interdisciplinary programs (general
systems and management) 378 German (literature and culture) • facilities management
studies)
140 Applied economics and management 379 Government • real estate, development, and law
Environmental Programs in the College of
(Cornell’s Undergraduate Business
Agriculture and Life Sciences 381 History
Program; 10 specializations available)
145 Atmospheric science (study of
150 Ecology and evolutionary biology 382 History of art College of Human Ecology
(apply to biological sciences) 368 Information science 650 Biology and society (biology, behavior,
weather and climate; forecasting and
analysis of atmospheric behavior) 166 Environmental engineering (joint pro- 383 Italian and society; biology, health, and social
gram with the College of Engineering) policy; health and international devel-
110 Biological engineering (joint program 385 Linguistics
167 Environmental exploration (entry-level opment; ethical issues in biology)
with the College of Engineering) 386 Mathematics
major allows students to explore envi- 620 Design and environmental analysis
150 Biological sciences (animal physiol- 387 Music
ronmental programs in the college) (interior design; facility planning and
ogy; biochemistry; computational biol-
174 Natural resources (applied ecology; 388 Near Eastern studies management; human factors and
ogy; molecular and cell biology; ecol-
resource policy and management; 389 Philosophy ergonomics)
ogy and evolutionary biology; general
biology; genetics and development; environmental studies) 390 Physics 680 Fiber science and apparel design
insect biology; microbiology; neurobiol- 179 Science of Earth systems (climate 391 Psychology (apparel design; apparel and textile
ogy and behavior; nutrition; plant biol- dynamics; ocean sciences; biogeo- management; fiber science)
331 Religious studies
ogy [botany and plant biotechnology]; chemistry; hydrological sciences; envi- 640 Human biology, health, and society
352 Science and technology studies
systematics and biotic diversity) ronmental geophysics; environmental (biology and behavior; metabolism,
biophysics) 393 Science of Earth systems genetics, and health; biological and
172 Biology and society (environmental
impact of behavior; genetics and soci- 115 Science of natural and environmental 394 Sociology social aspects of growth and develop-
ety; behavior and evolution; biology systems (environmental science and 395 Spanish ment; biology and public health policy;
and public policy) applications of biological and physical biology and health promotion)
301 Statistical science
180 Biometry and statistics (statistics; sciences; relationship of economic 630 Human development (human develop-
396 Theatre arts
mathematical modeling; data analysis; and social systems with environmental mental behavorial neuroscience; cogni-
issues) 398 College Scholar/Independent major tive development; law, psychology and
statistical computing; applications in
biological, agricultural, environmental, 399 Undecided (within Arts and Sciences) human development; aging and health;
social and personality development)
physical, and social sciences and College of Architecture, Art,
business) and Planning College of Engineering 660 Nutritional sciences (diet and disease;
160 Communication (communication in the 400 Biological engineering nutritional biochemistry; economic and
205 Architecture (five-year program)
life sciences; communication media global influences on human health;
215 Fine arts (painting; photography; 405 Chemical engineering
studies; communication and informa- human health and nutrition; nutrition
printmaking; sculpture; electronic imag- 410 Civil engineering and public health; social influences on
tion technologies; communication and
ing; combined media) 415 Computer science human nutrition; nutrition and fitness
social influence)
210 History of architecture (transfer 420 Electrical and computer engineering counseling)
178 Development sociology (community
students only) 670 Policy analysis and management (eco-
development; environment and society; 425 Engineering physics
population and development; social 225 Urban and regional studies (urban nomics and public policy; regulation
466 Environmental engineering
data and policy analysis; global history, government, politics, and and public policy; health care policy;
sociology; urban and regional theory) 450 Information science, systems, and social welfare policy; demography;
development)
technology policy analysis)
164 Entomology (insect biology; pest
480 Materials science and engineering
management; toxicology; systematics; College of Arts and Sciences 699 Undecided (within Human Ecology)
ecology and genetics; pathology) 485 Mechanical engineering
310 Africana studies
168 Food science (operations and manage- 490 Operations research and engineering School of Industrial and Labor
312 American studies
ment; biotechnology; basic food sci- 314 Anthropology
477 Science of Earth systems Relations
ence) 495 Independent major (individually 701 Industrial and labor relations
316 Archaeology
155 Information science (creation and use arranged program of study, typically in • labor relations, law, and history
318 Asian studies an interdisciplinary area)
of information in digital form; relation-
320 Astronomy • human resource studies
ship between humans, information, 499 Undecided (within Engineering)
and technology; digital information in 350 Biological sciences (animal physiol- • international and comparative labor
social contexts) ogy; biochemistry; computational biol- • labor economics
169 International agriculture and rural ogy; molecular and cell biology; ecol- • organizational behavior
development (special problems ogy and evolutionary biology; general • social statistics
and aspects of agricultural and biology; genetics and development;
sustainable development in insect biology; microbiology; neurobiol-
developing countries) ogy and behavior; nutrition; plant biol-
ogy [botany and plant biotechnology];
170 Landscape architecture (accredited
systematics and biotic diversity)
professional degree; landscape design;
community design; historic preserva- 351 Biology and society
tion; urban design and planning; site 360 Chemistry and chemical biology
construction; ecological design; cul- 359 China and Asia–Pacific studies
tural landscapes)

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