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Interdisciplinary Programs


The School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences offers five undergraduate programs which embrace several academic disciplines each. Typically, these are taught collaboratively by faculty from various fields in the School and, in some cases, from other schools within the Institute. Concentrations are available in most of these areas, and degree programs are available in some.

For brief descriptions of the programs, including the program coordinators, click on the names below. The program coordinator or the HASS Academic Administrator can provide full information on each.

Interdisciplinary and Regional Studies Concentrations

African and African Diaspora Studies
American Studies
Ancient and Medieval Studies
Asian and Asian Diaspora Studies
Latin American and Latino Studies
Middle Eastern Studies
Religious Studies
Russian and Eurasian Studies

Interdisciplinary and Regional Studies Minors

African and African Diaspora Studies
Ancient and Medieval Studies
Asian and Asian Diaspora Studies
Latin American and Latino Studies
Middle Eastern Studies
Russian and Eurasian Studies

Interdisciplinary and Regional Studies Major Departures

American Studies
Ancient and Medieval Studies
Asian and Asian Diaspora Studies
Latin American and Latino Studies
Russian and Eurasian Studies

 

Other Interdisciplinary Programs

Public Policy
Women’s and Gender Studies