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American University in Bulgaria Majors

AUBG offers the following majors:

Business Administration

Computer Science


European Studies

History and Civilizations

Information Systems

Journalism and Mass Communication

Literature (Secondary Major)*


Political Science and International Relations

Self-designed major (Secondary Major)*

As a liberal arts institution, AUBG supports and encourages students to develop and utilize their knowledge across areas of study and the Self-Designed Major (SDM) is designed to allow this by fostering a broader understanding of academic knowledge and methodologies. This degree offers students an opportunity for a unique, intensive educational and research experience through a self-designed program. Examples of interdisciplinary fields for an SDM might include:

20th-Century Cultural Studies

Ancient Studies

Business Communications and Public Relations

Eastern European Studies

Early Modern Studies

Environmental Policy

Film Studies

Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Modern Languages and Culture in the Global Environment

Performing and Visual Arts

Political Communication

Social Sciences

Theatre and Film

Visual Communications

Women's Studies

The Self-Designed Major is available only as a second major.

This SDM major is offered for students with exceptional motivation, vision and creativity. In consultation with faculty members, the student creates a unique plan of study that is not part of the current AUBG curriculum and that bridges two or more content areas (other than two primary major areas) and is not a subcomponent of one major or minor discipline. The result is an interdisciplinary degree that focuses on integrated learning in multiple areas with sufficient depth to conduct research across fields of knowledge.

...and minors


Computer Science



European Studies

Film Studies

Fine Arts


Information Systems

Integrated Marketing Communications

Journalism and Mass Communication



Modern Languages and Cultures

Philosophy and Religion

Political Science and International Relations

Public Policy


Southeast European Studies