Establish a foundation in the roots of Western art, history, and civilization, as well as the ways in which creative imagination and cultural production are linked to these historical processes.
Gain an understanding of the mathematical fundamentals that you will need, whether you decide on a career in science, engineering, business, or computer science.
Art History classes offer you in-depth and intimate access to the many movements and masterpieces that have indelibly marked Western art.
Examine the evolution, history, and development of Western art history, from antiquity to the 20th century.
Acquire a thorough grounding in classical antiquity and its reception, through courses that investigate Ancient Greece and Rome, philosophy and religion, and more.
As you explore the ins and outs of literature, from antiquity to present, you will navigate its historical and geographical contexts, analyze examples of literary production...
Expand your knowledge of literature, from antiquity to the present, as well as your understanding of literary production and recent movements in literary and critical theory.
Investigate the ways in which politics, political systems, political philosophy, media, communications, and activism intersect on a worldwide scale.
Learn how to apply computational and quantitative methodologies to diverse subject areas, while understanding the theoretical underpinnings of computing and software development.
Gain the theoretical and practical tools you will need to understand and work in computer programming, database applications, architecture and operating systems, and language and more.
We invite you to join an international community of authors, publishers, artists, translators, and critics, as you bring your writing into dialogue with other forms of art and media.
Strengthen your creative awareness and practical skills within the writing genres of your choice, including screenwriting, fiction, literary translation, and creative nonfiction.
Enhance your understanding of history and criticism, as well as your own critical thinking and writing abilities, through courses in philosophy, postcolonial literature, and more.
Develop the solid foundation that you will need in macroeconomics and microeconomics, no matter how you choose to apply economics to your future educational and professional pursuits.
This generalist business degree is geared towards those who want to start their own business, work in a small business or a family business, or understand the best...
Delve into the multiple areas of study that influence how we create laws and regulations concerning contemporary environmental issues.
Gain focused training in subject areas crucial to environmental science that range from global advocacy and applied statistics to economic development and more.
Our curriculum includes courses in oceanography, climate change, natural disasters, animal behavior, and seminars on current environmental issues.
Take a close look the origins, theories, and cities of European and Mediterranean cultures throughout history.
Increase your understanding of European languages and cultures by exploring the intricacies of European and Mediterranean cultures.
This major will provide a strong background in the history, aesthetics, and theory of film, while also introducing you to the practical arts of writing, directing, and producing.
Examine film from all over the world through the perspectives of history, analysis, theories, and criticism.
We believe that creation is a discipline that can be learned only through practice, with mastery implying fluidity of expression and understanding of the world in relation to the self.
Gain an extensive introduction to art forms as varied as drawing, painting, and sculpture, while also exploring the materials and techniques of the masters of the past.
Improve your French grammar and conversation skills while exploring topics like French culture, French cinema, politics in France, and French acting.
Investigate contemporary feminist theory and psychology and gender, while also studying intersecting areas of study, including cinema, politics, human rights, and media.
Drawing from a variety of fields, you will develop an informed understanding of the concepts, theories, issues, and debates that surround gender & sexuality.
This major will expose you to both theory and practice, with a strong grounding in the historical roots of communications in all its forms.
Gain an intensive introduction to media globalization, communication theory and research methods, and media and communication studies.
You will have a profound knowledge of historical trends across cultures in a variety of geographical or thematic areas.
Study the origins of Western civilization while exploring related topics within world history and the ways in which the contemporary world has been created.
Examine how law, in its many forms, has contributed to shaping society throughout history and today.
Take in a detailed introduction to computer programming, computer games design, social robotics, and so much more.
The Major in International & Comparative Politics explores the complex relationships between the national and international, the local and global, and the corporate and civil.
You will learn about the functional areas of business and emphasize discipline-based knowledge, allowing you to develop an understanding of business disciplines, concepts and techniques.
Receive a lively and in-depth introduction to crucial business subjects, including financial accounting and marketing in a global environment.
This Major provides you with the tools and techniques you’ll need to develop a system of analysis that will allow you to better understand current economic issues.
This major will prepare you to fully understand today’s economic and financial environment, while enabling you to evaluate alternative investment opportunities and manage stellar portfolios.
Expand your understanding of international law and its related themes and subjects.
The Journalism Major provides you with digitally-oriented, hands-on training, and a solid, intellectual grounding in theories and issues related to journalism, media, and communications.
Gain detailed training in the crucial aspects of journalism, including video production, broadcast news writing, and how media and war often intersect.
With your basic understanding of the Latin language, dig deeper into the themes and subject areas revolving around it.
Gain a thorough grounding in the history of linguistics, as well as how linguistics applies to areas that include media semiotics and social policy.
The Management Major will equip you with the fundamental skills and knowledge that you’ll need to succeed within the management of global organizations, both for-profit and non-profit.
Learn how to analyze business situations and design information systems solutions, while also developing your general business background and a sound understanding of computing.
The art and science of marketing provide a fascinating entry into the building of local and global enterprises.
Explore the ways in which both areas of study intersect through courses in computer programming, calculus, human computer interaction, operating systems, and more.
Expand your knowledge of the Medieval era with classes that investigate Medieval art and architecture, English literature before 1800, philosophy and religion, and more.
The study of the Middle East has become a lens through which one can begin to understand the world at large.
Investigate early Islamic history, while exploring subject areas like the Arabic language, the history of the Middle East, and media and society in the Arab world.
Discover the city of Paris through its architecture, its fiction, its cinema, its literature, and so much more.
This major allow you to develop your own philosophical interests within a broad range of topic-oriented courses across the humanities, social sciences, and sciences.
Receive an extensive introduction to the history of Western philosophy, as well as its most significant theories, questions, criticisms.
You will establish a solid academic foundation, with introductions to the main concepts within philosophy, politics, and economics, as you enhance your ability to think broadly and critically.
Study the foundations of modern political theory, while exploring subjects that include political philosophy and comparative politics.
This Major will prepare you to work or pursue further study in a variety of fields where knowledge of human motivation, critical thinking skills, and sensitivity are valued.
Research the theories, concepts, questions, and scientific inquiries that inform and influence contemporary psychology.
The ideal major, if you’ve ever envisioned an environmentally-oriented career, where competence requires quantitative understanding.
Explore the era of the Renaissance through areas of thought and concepts that range from its art and architecture to its view on its authors, artists, and urban cultures.
Motivated students who wish to define their own interdisciplinary course of study may make a proposal for a Self-Designed Major.
Delve into the myriad subjects and theories that are crucial to anthropology, including politics, media, and urban culture.
Develop a comprehensive knowledge base in how to apply statistics to various other disciplines and mathematical situations.
Develop a thorough introduction into the theatre arts, including the basics of screenwriting, creative writing, and the beginnings of European literature.
Examine the themes and histories of the European city through lenses as diverse as philosophy, anthropology, and architecture.
Dissect the ways in which the city has intersected with world history with courses that concentrate on topics like the philosophy of the city and the anthropology of cities.
Enrich your visual imagination and your appreciation of artistic culture through classes that examine the history and origins of Western art.