The heart of a Tufts undergraduate education is the exploration of both our consciousness and our society. Tufts fosters a culture of academic rigor and inspired scholarship in a range of fields, from life sciences to literature. Our students are problem solvers and entrepreneurs, figuring out solutions for the challenges ahead.
At Tufts, you can major in more than 70 undergraduate degree programs and have your pick from thousands of undergraduate courses. There are approximately 5,300 undergraduate students at Tufts, about 90 percent in the School of Arts and Sciences and 10 percent in the School of Engineering.
The majority of courses are taught by full-time professors, most of whom hold a Ph.D. and many of whom are practicing professionals in their fields. The university strives to foster personal relationships between students and faculty, encouraging individual attention in both the classroom and research settings.
What can I study at Tufts?
You have a wide range of potential majors and fields of study at Tufts, all on our Medford/Somerville campus.
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Expand your horizons, and join almost half of Tufts undergraduates who take advantage of the numerous study abroad options available to them.
Take a look at the thousands of course offerings currently available to undergraduates.
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As an undergrad, there's a lab or a library calling your name. Be a part of the research happening at Tufts.