That flexibility also empowers students to design individualized majors and minors, blending existing courses, individualized studies, professional development opportunities and research to create a custom learning experience. Here are just a few individualized majors our students have created in the past few years:
Whether we offer an existing major you’re intrigued by or you’re already thinking about designing your own, explore our 50 majors, 42 minors, 5 co-ops, 11 pre-professional programs and unlimited opportunities to chase your dreams.
Note: A major noted below with an * can also be a minor.
Cell & Molecular Biology
Mathematics (Pure & Applied)
Photography: Digital Fine Art
Religion and Nonprofits
English as New Language (Elementary Education)
Dentistry** (3+ Doctor of Dentistry program)
Engineering * (3+2 program with IUPUI in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering)
Medical Technology** (3+1 program with Franciscan St. Francis Health or IU Health)
Pharmacy** (3+ Doctor of Pharmacy at Purdue University or University of Cincinnati)
Public Health** (3+2 program with IUPUI Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health)
*Franklin College maintains a cooperative 3+2 program with the Purdue University School of Engineering and Technology at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). Students in this program earn a Bachelor of Arts degree from Franklin College in Applied Mathematics and a Bachelor of Science degree from Purdue University in one of three engineering fields, typically in the span of five years.
**All cooperative programs for the Biology and Chemistry majors consist of a common core and specific courses required for each particular program. After completion of three years of college work in one of these programs and fulfilling the Franklin College graduation requirements, students may receive a Bachelor of Arts degree from Franklin College upon completing one year at the cooperating institution.
In addition to declaring a major, students may indicate a pre-professional program of interest. Pre-professional programs supplement a major and are designed to prepare students for graduate school placement.