Programs of Study

Each year the Office of the Registrar issues a listing of courses to be taught during the fall and spring semesters and the times they will be taught. Students should consult this announcement of courses to obtain the most current information about course offerings, as the College does not offer every course listed in the following pages each year.

Courses numbered 100-199 are usually at a beginning level. Intermediate courses are numbered 200-299. Courses numbered 300-399 are at an upperclass level. Courses numbered 400 and above are advanced seminars, internships, and individualized studies.

Courses with two numbers, e.g., ARTH 111,112, span two semesters. For courses separated by a hyphen, the first numbered course must be taken as a prerequisite for the second. Where the two numbers are separated by a comma, either of the semesters of the course may be taken independently of the other.

A

Africana Studies

Anthropology

Art & Art History

B

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Biology

Business - Program Description & Requirements

C

Chemistry

Cinema & Media Studies

Civil War Era Studies

Classics

Computer Science

E

East Asian Studies

Economics

Education

Engineering - Dual Degree - Program Description

English

Environmental Studies

F

French

G

German Studies

Globalization Studies

Greek - Program Description

H

Health Sciences

History

I

Individualized Major (Self-Designed) - Program Description & Requirements

Interdisciplinary Studies

International Affairs

Italian Studies

J

Judaic Studies - Program Description & Requirements

L

Latin - Program Description & Requirements

Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies/Spanish Program Description & Requirements

Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies

M

Mathematical Economics - Program Description & Requirements

Mathematics

Middle East and Islamic Studies - Program Description & Requirements

Music/Sunderman Conservatory of Music

N

Neuroscience - Program Description & Requirements

O

Organization and Management Studies

P

Peace and Justice Studies - Program Description & Requirements

Philosophy

Physics

Political Science

Pre-Health Professions Advising - Program Description

Pre-Law Advising - Program Description

Psychology

Public History - Program Description & Requirements

Public Policy

R

Religious Studies

Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) - Program Description

S

Sociology

Spanish

T

Theatre Arts

W

Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Writing - Program Description & Requirements