The most popular majors among Bowdoin graduates in recent years are: Government and Legal Studies; Economics; Mathematics; Neuroscience; and Environmental Studies. While most students graduate with one major, roughly one third will finish their Bowdoin career with a double or coordinate major (Digital and Computational Studies, Education or Environmental Studies combined with another major). Over half will graduate with a minor. Within one year of graduation, about 75% of graduates are working in jobs, and over 15% are furthering their education in advanced degree programs.

Graduates by Gender, Race and Ethnicity

Graduates by Major Type

Graduates by Major / Minor