Academic

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We offer four degrees which represent the major expressions of humanity around the world: languages, international studiesanthropology, and religious studies. Through these interconnected disciplines, we explore the commonalities and differences in how we communicate, create distinct communities, interact across cultures and define our beliefs. We are committed to upholding themes of social justice throughout our teachings.

The School of World Studies is also distinctive for our focus on experiential learning through programs like and which prepare students for real world cross cultural exchange. Our is dedicated to student success in and out of the classroom with personal, tailored guidance. Email us to find out why the School of World Studies is a good fit for your academic and professional goals.


What We Offer

Degree Majors

B.S. in Anthropology

B.A. in Foreign Languages with concentrations in: FrenchGermanSpanish

B.A. in International Studies with concentrations in: European Studies, General Studies, International Social Justice StudiesLatin American StudiesWorld Cinema

B.A. in Religious Studies

Degree Minors

Anthropology Minor
African Studies
Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies
Asian and Chinese Studies
European Studies Minor
French Minor
German Minor
Italian Studies
International Social Justice Studies Minor
Latin American Studies Minor
Mediterranean Studies
Russian Studies
Religious Studies Minor
Spanish Minor
World Cinema Minor

Certificates

Spanish / English Translation and Interpretation

Other Coursework

Arabic
Chinese