Departments and Programs

The College is the home of twenty-one departments, ranging from the fine arts and humanities to the social and natural sciences. Four interdepartmental majors and seven interdepartmental programs provide further breadth to the choices in the College curriculum. Students may earn either the B.A. or B.S. degree in forty different majors, and may also pursue one or more of twenty-nine minors, including Creative Writing, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Museum Studies, Film and Visual Culture, Poverty Studies, or one of five new minors in Biology (Animal Biology, Ecology, Molecular Cell Biology, Physiology, and Quantitative Biology).

All entering undergraduates are members of the College, and most fulfill the Foundation and Distribution requirements for graduation by taking a wide range of courses across the liberal arts during their first two years.

Below you will find links to the various departments and interdepartmental and special programs offered by the College.

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