Cornell's colleges and schools encompass more than 100 fields of study, with Cornell offers nearly 80 formal major fields, listed below, as well as challenging dual- degree programs and a Biomedical Engineering · College of Engineering.
Programs & Degrees > Major and Minor Fields of Study Listed Alphabetically of Science in Industrial Engineering/Master of Business Administration (Dual Degree) Bioinformatics in Biotechnology and Biomedical Sciences Minor; • Biology Minor Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design - Experience Track.
Our biomedical sciences majors also go on to graduate studies in the following areas: Biology; Biomedical engineering; Chemistry; Community medicine. Minors are controlled, tracked, and audited by the academic department or unit in which they are offered. Athletic Training College of Health and Human Performance. Natural Resource Conservation College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. Telecommunication College of Journalism and Communications. Major in Biomedical Sciences. Applied Mathematics College of Engineering Archaeology Architecture College of Architecture, Art, and Planning Asian American Studies Astronomy Atmospheric Science College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Biological Engineering.