BYU Majors

BYU offers nearly 200 different majors to students in a variety of areas, fields, and specialties. With so many options, BYU students are sure to find something that interests them.


Whether you are a prospective BYU student or a family member of a BYU hopeful, there's nothing like actually visiting BYU to get a feel for all the things that make BYU great.

Study Abroad Globe

One of the most exciting opportunities that BYU has to offer is its International Study Program. Students can choose from a variety of international experiences, with 116 programs in 57 countries, along with the option to create your own internship in...


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Honors Program

Brigham Young University, Brigham Young University - Hawaii, Brigham Young University - Idaho, and LDS Business College exist to provide an education in an atmosphere consistent with the ideals and principles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day...

Fireside Attendees

BeSmart Firesides are informational sessions held throughout the United States, designed for prospective students and their families. Each year, the locations of these firesides are changed in order to give more students the opportunity to attend....

Admissions Rep

BYU has Admissions Representatives for each state and Utah High Schools.

BYU Devotional

University devotionals and forums form an inspirational and integral part of the university experience. These assemblies are occasions to celebrate the shared sense of community and values in the university. Participation in these gatherings will renew...

Honors Student

The BYU Honors Program offers exceptional opportunities for highly motivated students to pursue academic work that enhances their interests and abilities. The program is campus wide, encompassing all undergraduate colleges. 

Brigham Bust

Brigham Young University (BYU) exists to provide an education consistent with the religious and family values taught by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Therefore admission preference is reserved for members of the Church in good...