(BA, MA, MAT)
Comparative Literature (MA)
Comparative Studies (PhD)
English (BA, MA, MFA, MAT)
French Studies (BA, MA, MAT)
History (BA, MA)
Interdisciplinary Studies: Arts and Humanities (BA)
Interdisciplinary Studies: Social Science (BA)
Italian Studies (BA)
Jewish Studies (BA)
Linguistics (BA, MA)
Political Science (BA, MA, MAT)
Sociology (BA, MA)
Spanish Studies (BA, MA, MAT)
Women's Studies (MA)
School of the Arts
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School of Communication and Multimedia Studies
English: Creative Track
A recent survey of business and non-profit executives published by the Association of American Colleges and Universities reports that today’s employers want college graduates who can “think critically, communicate clearly, and solve complex problems” and who can “demonstrate ethical judgment and integrity; intercultural skills; and the capacity for continued new learning.”
Ninety-five percent of those surveyed reported that they “give hiring preference to college graduates with skills that will enable them to contribute to innovation in the workplace.”
More than 74% of the executives surveyed
endorsed a Liberal Arts education for
students entering the global economy.
See the full report and summary here.
The college offers minors that are secondary fields of study or specialization that may be taken in addition to a student’s major(s).