Wake Forest is a collegiate university that balances the personal attention of a liberal arts college with the academic vitality and broad opportunities of a research university.
At the heart of Wake Forest is the teacher-scholar ideal. In small classrooms and cutting-edge research labs, professors practice their art with keen interest in students and their lives.
Majors & Minors
With more than 45 majors and 60 minors to choose from, you’ll be able to study what’s important to you and earn a bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degree.
What will you study?
College & Schools
Nearly 40 undergraduate and graduate departments that are part of our Undergraduate College and five professional colleges and schools offer an array of majors and minors, interdisciplinary programs, service-learning programs, co-curricular programs, and research opportunities.
The academic calendar provides a comprehensive look at important dates and events like registration deadlines, semester start dates, holidays and spring break for the current and upcoming academic years.
A complete listing of academic programs and the degree type offered for each at Wake Forest.
The Academic Bulletin provides course descriptions and curricular requirements as well as current information and policies for undergraduates in Wake Forest College and the School of Business as well as graduate students in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and School of Divinity.
Institutes & Centers
Learn more about the different types of Institutes and Centers at Wake Forest and how they work toward supporting our Pro Humanitate values and ideas.
The Office of the Associate Provost for Research and Scholarly Inquiry works to broadly support the research and scholarly pursuits of the faculty, staff, and students of Wake Forest University.
The Z. Smith Reynolds Library supports the research and instruction needs for more than 5,400 undergraduates and nearly 3,000 graduate and professional students. We also provide separate libraries for the School of Business, School of Law, and School of Medicine.