We offer six major concentrations, nine minors and three dual-degree programs.
Study the black experience in Africa, the Americas and throughout the African Diaspora from multidisciplinary perspectives.
Progress through one of four foundational areas of study: visual arts, music, film studies or theater.
Explore the world, learn a new language, engage with other cultures and so much more.
Learn the myriad ways in which science and technology shape the modern world.
Develop a clear vision for your education and reach your personal and professional goals.
Examine and reinterpret existing data and assumptions regarding gender issues and women’s contributions to various humanities and science fields.
Develop a strong foundation for understanding the African experience.
Pursue your passion in music or theater while earning credit.
Explore international topics, issues and research from cross-cultural, transnational perspectives.
Engage with the history, culture, and religious traditions of the Jewish people in the past and the present.
Gain an intimate understanding of the Middle East through studies in history, foreign language, political science and religion.
Explore the historical experience, cultural traditions, innovations and political status of Indigenous Americans.
Appreciate and understand the roles that science and technology play in the larger sociocultural context.
Explore the complex relationships between gender, class, ethnic, and race structures; feminist theory; public policy and activism.
Franklin Scholars have the unique opportunity to integrate a solid base of knowledge in technology or science with a broad humanistic and social perspective.
Jefferson Scholars enjoy an environment of fellowship and support as they study both science and the humanistic disciplines.
Hamilton Scholars prepare to become well-rounded business professionals who are knowledgeable about international issues and have skills to function successfully in cross cultural settings.