Academics Dive in head (and heart) first.

Think Deeper. Aim Higher.

Learning to lead a life of significance begins with a deep love of God and is tempered by rigorous training in every area of human knowledge. Convention says that you have to choose between scholarly knowledge and scriptural truth. But that’s like using only half your brain, or relying on only half the information. Here, you’ll pull from both. You’ll layer biology, psychology, and every other ology on top of theology until you’re so immersed in knowledge that deeper thinking becomes second nature.

Majors

Art (B.A.)

Art History (B.A.)

Biology (B.A., B.S.)

   Cellular and Molecular Biology
   Ecology, Evolution & Natural History
   General

Chemistry (B.A., B.S.)

   Biochemistry
   Chemical Engineering 3-2 Program
   Chemical Physics
   General
   Professional

Communication Studies (B.A.)

Computer Science (B.A., B.S.)

Data Analytics (B.S.)

Economics and Business (B.A.)

Engineering Physics (B.A., B.S.)

   General
   3-2 Program

English (B.A.)

English Modern Language (B.A.)

European Studies (B.A.)

French (B.A.)

   French Studies
   Language and Literature

History (B.A.)

   Graduate School
   International Studies
   Standard

Interdisciplinary (B.A., B.S.)

Kinesiology (B.S.)

   Movement and Exercise Science
   Movement and Medical Science

Liberal Studies (B.A.)

   Elementary Education

Mathematics (B.A., B.S.)

Music (B.A.)

   Composition
   Liberal Arts
   Performance
   Worship Leadership

Music Education (B.M.E.)

Philosophy (B.A.)

Physics (B.A., B.S.)

Political Science (B.A.)

   International Affairs
   International Security and Development
   Pre-Law
   Standard

Psychology (B.A., B.S.)

   Behavioral Neuroscience
   General

Religious Studies (B.A.)

Social Science (B.A.)

   Economics and Business
   History
   Political Science
   Sociology

Sociology (B.A.)

   Cross-Cultural Studies
   General
   Human Services

Spanish (B.A.)

   Hispanic Studies
   Language and Literature

Theatre Arts (B.A.)


Minors

Most Majors

Anthropology

Biblical Languages

Coaching

Ethnic Studies

Gender Studies

Global Studies

Movement Science

Writing

Professional Programs

Elementary Education

Secondary Education

   Art
   Biology
   Chemistry
   English
   History
   Kinesiology
   Mathematics
   Music
   Physics
   Spanish

Global Education

Westmont’s global program prepares students to live in a diverse, complex and quickly changing society so they can take their place as citizens of the world.

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Research Symposium

One of the hallmarks of Westmont College's academic program is the opportunity for undergraduate students to work directly with faculty on research projects. 

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Library

Academic Services

The chief academic resource of any institution of higher education is its faculty and staff. But these committed people rely on programs and facilities which enhance learning.

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Incoming first-year and transfer students received financial aid

Financial Aid

Student to faculty ratio

Degrees & Programs

of students stay at westmont once they’ve started

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