Majors, Concentrations, and Pre-Professional Programs
Anthropology and Sociology
Art (Studio Art)
Business and Organizations
Economics and Management
Individually Designed Major
Women's and Gender Studies
Albion College offers elementary, secondary, or K-12 teacher certification in many fields. Students complete a major in their chosen subject area and fulfill the other requirements for Michigan teacher certification.
Regardless of your course of study, undergraduate research is an integral part of the Albion experience. So much so that we established the Foundation for Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity (FURSCA).
FURSCA is the backbone of independent study, supporting creativity and original scholarship across all disciplines. Each spring, the Elkin R. Isaac Student Research Symposium celebrates student research and projects.
Independent research is also possible off-campus, through programs at the Oak Ridge (Tenn.) National Laboratory and the Newberry Library in Chicago, as well as at many other locations here in the U.S. and abroad.
Albion’s Institutes and Centers
Getting into graduate school. Starting a career. Preparing for life. Albion's Institutes and Centers can help you achieve your most important goals.
Our Institutes and Centers integrate theoretical and practical learning in distinctive and challenging ways, and are designed for those who want to specialize beyond a specific major. That includes a unique curriculum and opportunities for internships, a capstone experience, and independent research.