Penn offers full-time undergraduate study in four of its 12 schools and interdisciplinary programs that allow students to draw on the resources of the entire University.

Undergraduate Schools

Interdisciplinary Programs

Students can express their academic creativity and discover new ways of synthesizing information by combining coursework from two or more of Penn's schools. Penn's founder Benjamin Franklin was the first thinker to conceive of a university with a strong foundation in both professional, specialized degrees and the Arts and Sciences. Penn's interdisciplinary teaching and research helps advance the world.

Undergraduate Honors, Awards and Grants

Honors programs and societies, scholarship and fellowship information, support and resources for undergraduate research.

Off-Campus Study

Domestic and international off-campus study programs.

Other Opportunities of Interest to Undergraduates

Advanced placement and transfer credit, special programs for incoming students and freshmen, undergraduate seminars and academic support, programs for non-traditional students.

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