Computers & Technology
Aeronautics and Astronautics
This degree introduces fundamental biological and biophysical principles while developing strengths in traditional engineering areas, specifically mechanical engineering.
Broad and rigorous training for students interested in the science of computing.
The important and flourishing field of Digital Humanities offers an exciting opportunity to expand the range of inquiry and invigorate interest in humanistic study among Stanford’s undergraduates.
Learn electrical engineering principles along with the required supporting knowledge of mathematics, science, computing, and engineering fundamentals.
The Engineering Physics program is designed for students who have an interest in and an aptitude for both engineering and physics. Students begin with a year of mathematics and calculus-based physics, and then proceed to depth courses in physics and engineering, as well as elective courses in a selected specialty area (Aerospace Physics, Biophysics, Computational Science, Electromechanical System Design, Energy Systems, Materials Science, Photonics, or Renewable Energy).
Honors in the Arts
Whether you are already studying the arts, or are in an unrelated major, complete a capstone project integrating a broad arts perspective.
Mathematical and Computational Science
Study the mathematics basic to all the mathematical sciences and an introduction to concepts and techniques of computation, optimal decision making, probabilistic modeling and statistical inference.
Provide students with a broad understanding of mathematics encompassing logical reasoning, generalization, abstraction, and formal proof.
Mechanical Engineering encompasses elements from a wide array of disciplines built around the themes of biomedicine, computational engineering, design, energy, and multiscale engineering.
Music, Science, and Technology
Focuses on the integration of music perception, music-related signal processing and controllers, synthesis, performance, and composition.
Philosophy concerns itself with fundamental problems and examines the efforts of past thinkers to understand the world and people's experience of it.
Develop an understanding of the fundamental laws that govern the universe, and a strong foundation of mathematical, analytical, laboratory, and written communication skills.
Science, Technology, and Society
Provides students with an interdisciplinary framework through which to understand the complex interactions of science, technology and the social world.
An interdisciplinary program focusing on the relationship between natural and artificial systems that represent, process, and act on information.