About American Studies Want to understand the diverse peoples of this very diverse country? American Studies will take you to the intersection of history, culture and society — where you’ll put the pieces of the American puzzle together for yourself. Foundational courses in history, literature and politics, combined with a range of electives, prepare you […]
You’ll explore creative, journalistic, and analytical writing, and do an internship in print/online publishing, marketing, advertising, film, business, or other related sectors.
We conduct open forums and panels for pre-law students, sponsor talks by guest speakers in the legal profession on law-related topics, invite guest speakers to address issues dealing with admission to law school, and arrange field trips to law firms and law schools.
Learn to understand and compare the many religious expressions of humankind. Although the study of religion requires a certain subjective sensitivity to the religious mindset, it seeks to transcend subjective empathy in the pursuit of objective analysis.
Ask questions about reality, knowledge and conduct, and experience the hidden power of these basic human questions. We’ll explore ancient and modern realms of metaphysics, epistemology, logic, and ethics, as well as questions on the nature of politics, society, law, medicine, and art.
Build linguistic and cultural awareness to experience the world differently as you study Spanish, French, Italian or German. By studying language, literature, civilization and film, you will begin your own journey through the myriad cultures of the planet.
Our program will prepare you to succeed in an industry that’s undergoing a global transformation. Internships at metro newspapers, magazines and online news organizations build connections that lead to jobs. There’s no better place to study the craft than New York City, the media capital of the world.
Do your interests span multiple departments and areas of study? Maybe creating your own major is for you. Build a rigorous program of study to investigate interdisciplinary topics, problems, and questions.
Studying history will prepare you to respond to breaking global news and to debate conflicting views. Using newspapers, films, novels, and legal documents, you’ll learn how to argue persuasively, read and research carefully and write creatively.
As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, it’s crucial that you understand the democratic system and other forms of governance. You’ll develop reasoning and analytical skills and build competence in oral and written expression.