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Department of Biology - Departmental overview plus information on Bachelor of Science program, concentration in molecular biology, marine science minor, research associates program, faculty and course offering.
Department of Communication - Description and analysis of how human being acquire, process and use information, Primarily based in the social scientific tradition, the program centers upon the analysis of human communication processes in a variety of contexts.
Department of Computer Science - Bachelor of Science programs, course offering, faculty and information on the computer science server, FUNRSC.
Department of Economics - The curriculum is a blend of basic economic concepts and their application to contemporary issues. Courses are designed to develop the student's reasoning capacity and analytical ability. By focusing on areas of application, students are challenged to use economic principles in stimulating their powers of interpretation, synthesis, and understanding.
Department of English - Courses in literature, creative writing and journalism. As an academic discipline, the study of English has as its goals to acquaint the student with various types of imaginative literature; to develop the student's analytic and organizational skills and to give the student further training in the organization and effective articulation of ieas in writing.
Department of History - The Department participates in many interdisciplinary programs including American Studies, Asian Studies, Environmental Studies, Judaic Studies, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, International Studies, Russian and East European Studies, Women's Studies, and the University Honors Program. Students who attain high standards of scholarship are sponsored for membership in the Department's Psi Theta Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the International Honor Society for History, and participate in the special programs under its auspices.
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science - Information on major, minor, faculty, courses and programs.
Department of Modern Languages and Literatures - Information on major, minor, core requirements and departmental overview.
Department of Philosophy - Philosophy is delimited and defined by three major schools: analytic philosophy, existentialism and phenomenology, and speculative or traditional philosophy. Each tradition is represented in Fairfield University's philosophy program.
Department of Physics - Instruction in advanced mathematics and the use of computers with hands-on, laboratory studies aimed at promoting experimental skills and knowledge of modern instrumentation.
Department of Politics - Information on major and minor programs, courses, faculty and the department.
Department of Psychology - Introduces students to the content and methods of the science of psychology. Students survey the foundations of the field, learn about statistics and experimental design, carry out original studies, and have an opportunity to pursue specific interests through upper level seminars, applied internships, and independent research.
Department of Religious Studies - Designed as a critical but sympathetic inquiry into the religious dimension of human experience. After an introduction to the nature of religion and the methods employed in its study, the student can select from a variety of courses exploring specific religious themes, such as scripture, spirituality, ethics, the problem of faith, and other areas.
Department of Sociology and Anthropology - As a major in this field, the student will examine the influences that come from interactions with people and other influences that come from the large social structures. In adding a comparative perspective, anthropology helps in understanding practices in a broader cross-cultural context.
Department of Visual and Performing Arts - Information on facilities, resources, student performing groups, major, minor, faculty and areas of concentration.