- Majors and Minors
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- What Will You Do with an LSA Degree?
Study biodiversity in Michigan, geology in Wyoming, or immerse yourself in a new language—and much more.
Every year, summer courses offer LSA students the chance to obtain academic credit while exploring new learning opportunities including:
Study biology and environmental science in the field in northern Michigan.
Take a variety of courses in the geology, environmental sciences, and humanities.
Learn about New England authors and writing for six-and-a-half weeks.
Rapidly increase your fluency through a variety of language programs.
Conduct intense research in labs or in the community.
A full list of classes and opportunities is available through the LSA Course Guide.