Dual Degree students must satisfy all of UC Berkeley’s University, College, and Major requirements. Many of the college requirements and some major requirements will be satisfied with HKU coursework, however, requirements will need to be completed at Berkeley in order to finish the Dual Degree.
The Division of Arts and Humanities
Studying in the division of Arts and Humanities at UC Berkeley, will expand your horizons and prepare for the increasingly multicultural world. Through rigorous exploration of complex philosophical arguments, students move beyond their assumptions toward a deeper understanding of human life and its complexities. And discovery in the arts helps students open their imaginations to fresh perspectives on the world.
Students can choose any one of the following 16 majors in the Division of Arts and Humanities to major in as part of the Dual Degree Program:
The Division of Social Sciences
The social sciences at UC Berkeley, study the common elements and collective dimensions of the human experience. Scholars in this division of the College of Letters & Science focus on topics as varied as color perception, language acquisition, climate change, sexuality, social identity, markets and risk, wages and work, civil rights and political institutions, kinship and culture, international relations, epochal change, and child development.
Students can choose any one of the following eight majors in the Division of Social Sciences to major in as part of the Dual Degree Program:
Undergraduate and Interdisciplinary Studies (UGIS)
UGIS serves as a center for innovations in undergraduate education that extend beyond traditional departmental boundaries. These programs attract undergraduates who wish to explore the most intellectually engaging and promising interdisciplinary fields under the direction of scholars who are pioneers in charting these new areas and methods of inquiry.
Students can choose one of the following two majors in UGIS as part of the Dual Degree Program: