The academic heart of Gonzaga's liberal arts tradition lies in its core curriculum, which integrates philosophy, theology, history, mathematics, literature and the natural and social sciences. A common thread throughout all of these disciplines is the value of the written word; students at Gonzaga carry out extensive writing projects throughout all of their courses of study.
Gonzaga offers seventy-five undergraduate majors and programs, 26 master’s degrees, one Ph.D., one D.N.P., and one Juris Doctor through the School of Law. Additionally, undergraduates may participate in several distinctive adademic programs. The average undergraduate class size is 23 and the student-to-faculty ratio is 11:1. Gonzaga also offers study abroad programs in over 20 countries, including our longest-running and most popular program, Gonzaga-in-Florence.