We offer a variety of majors, minors, and clusters for undergraduate students as well as certificate and research programs.
Majors and Minors
Archaeology, Technology, and Historical Structures:
Digital Media Studies:
East Asian Studies:
Medieval and Early Modern Studies:
Public Health-related Programs:
- Bioethics—Major | Minor | Clusters
- Epidemiology—Major | Minor | Clusters
- Environmental Health−Major
- Health, Behavior & Society—Major | Minor | Clusters
- Health Policy—Major | Minor | Clusters
Certificate programs are meant to supplement a student's chosen area of study and to formalize into a coherent whole, courses taken outside the area of major.
- Actuarial Studies
- Literary Translation
- Mathematical Modeling in Political Science and Economics
The Senior Scholars Research Program permits selected seniors to devote at least half of the entire final year to a single capstone project that can range from a piece of scholarly research to a work of artistic creativity. The projects may include coursework in addition to an independent study course, and carry up to 32 hours of academic credit.
Other Multidisciplinary Programs
Some of the College’s multidisciplinary programs are housed in their own departments, centers, or institutes—not in MSC.
Learn more about these programs by visiting their web pages: