Strengthen your opportunities with prospective employers by adding an interdisciplinary program that complements your degree, whether you’re pursuing a B.A., B.S. or B.L.A. These programs ensure you’ll develop the skills needed to navigate our complex society by integrating learning and problem-solving among multiple academic disciplines and by offering a common set of general education requirements.
Whether you’re interested in leadership or just want to make a difference, you’ll research and develop new ideas, participate in community outreach programs and learn how to think critically and collaborate with those who have different viewpoints while addressing society’s everyday challenges.
Visit the Army ROTC (Reserve Officers’ Training Corps) site.
Visit the Black Studies Program site.
Visit the Classical and Ancient Studies Program site.
Visit the Environmental Studies Program site.
Visit the Family Studies Program site.
Visit the Gerontology Program site.
The Department of Architecture, Urban Planning + Design offers an 18-credit Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation designed to prepare a wide variety of professionals to understand, maintain, preserve, adaptably reuse, and advocate for the historic built environment and heritage of places. Drawing on the faculty’s diverse training and experience in preservation practice and deep connections to local, regional, and national preservation networks, the program combines classroom discussion, research projects, and practical experience to provide students with a strong foundation in preservation planning.
Visit the Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation site.
Visit the Latinx and Latin American Studies Program site.
Visit the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies site.
Visit the Medieval and Early Modern Studies site.
Visit the Religious Studies Program site.
Visit the Urban Studies Program site.
Visit the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program site.