La Salle offers 50 undergraduate majors in its three schools: Arts and Sciences, Business, and Nursing and Health Sciences. With a full menu of majors as well as numerous innovative programs, La Salle offers many options for students to pursue their interests.
Established in 1963, the Honors Program at La Salle is regarded by many as a national model. The National Collegiate Honors Council has described the program as “a very special sort, not available to larger general universities.” Honors students are leaders who move on to the nation’s most prestigious graduate and professional schools and to rewarding careers in law, medicine, education, business, and government.
The Summit Program is a rigorous academic preparation program that provides structured support and resources to targeted first-year students during their transition from high school to college. The constellation of resources and services provided helps students thrive academically, socially, and spiritually and take initial steps toward their personal goals.
This selective admission program rewards high-achieving students by entering them into an accelerated program. These students will complete the requirements for a Bachelor of Science in accounting in three years, followed by a transition into our Full-time MBA program.
The La Salle Business Scholars Co-op Program is open to students demonstrating the highest academic achievement. Eligible students are given the unique opportunity to graduate in four years with two full-time co-op work experiences. Our students receive academic credit while also earning a salary.
The health and safety of communities, including vulnerable and diverse groups, is essential to the welfare of global citizens. Our degree in public health provides a professionally focused program that promotes students’ understanding of broad and specific public health concerns in community, regional, and statewide locations, as well as nationally and internationally.
LGU provides a truly unique opportunity for La Salle students to become engaged citizens in the local, national, and global communities they will enter after graduation by integrating service-learning, community service, and intercultural and international studies into their curriculum.
ISBT majors are interdisciplinary leaders, having expert knowledge of how the natural sciences, engineering, and business divisions work together to define and solve complex problems. Students concentrate in one or both critical sectors of biotechnology or energy and natural resources. The innovative program culminates in a senior thesis capstone experience.