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American Studies - Provides the student with an interdisciplinary curriculum devoted to the examination of American civilization, including its culture, institutions, intellectual tradition and the relationships of its people.
Applied Ethics - Integrated set of interdisciplinary courses, seminars, lectures, colloquia, and workshops in the fields of business ethics, ethics of health care, science, law, government, engineering and communications.
Asian Studies - Multi-disciplinary program that links resources from eight departments into an integrated, flexible minor which allows students to tailor course selection to explore Asian perspectives on the central questions of the student's chosen field.
Black Studies: Africa and the Diaspora - Explores the African diaspora and its interaction with culture and society in the Americas. T he interdisciplinary program combines humanities courses from literature, music and film together with the social sciences and history to provide students with an understanding of the far-reaching impact of race and ethnicity across continents.
Classical Studies - Provides students with a broad background in the history and culture of classical antiquity, both as an aid to their general cultural education and to assist them in their own major fields.
Education - Program is conducted in collaboration with the Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions and affords Fairfield University undergraduates the opportunity to seek an initial teaching certificate at the secondary school level.
Engineering - Cooperative program with the University of Connecticut, Stevens Institute of Technology, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), and Columbia University, offering three years of study in the humanities, mathematics, social science, pre-engineering, and natural sciences at Fairfield University and two years of specialized engineering courses at the School of Engineering of the University of Connecticut, Columbia, Stevens, or RPI.
Environmental Science Minor - Interdisciplinary minor in environmental science, combining lecture and laboratory courses from the Biology, Chemistry and Physics Departments. Course work will culminate in an individual senior research project or internship.
Environmental Studies - Series of core and elective courses and seminars, and a 15-credit minor, designed to provide the student with an understanding of systematic analysis and study of environmental issues.
Honors Program - Interdisciplinary program open to invited freshmen and sophomores who wish to undertake intensive study of the intellectual foundations of Western culture, the challenges to that culture, and in the history of ideas.
International Studies - Overview plus information on the major, minor, courses and faculty.
Irish Studies - Minor program in Irish Studies focused on the history of the nation, its colonial and postcolonial significance, the politics of Northern Ireland, and the inspired art and literature that emerged from its turbulent past.
Italian Studies - Interdisciplinary minor program in Italian Studies provides opportunities to study language and literature, history, politics, fine arts, sociology, business, and other fields, all with a significant Italian focus.
Judaic Studies - Minor in Judaic Studies requires five courses, including at least three within the Department of Religious Studies, and at least one outside, to provide an understanding of basic Jewish religious beliefs and practices as well as those political, social and cultural forces that have helped shape the historical experience of the Jewish people.
Legal Studies - Information on required courses for the Minor in Legal Studies program, faculty, research, internships and career options.
Marine Studies - Provides students with the opportunity to explore the interface between their discipline and the study of marine science through coursework, internship and research experiences.
Molecular Biology Concentration - Required courses and contact for further information.
Neuroscience - The program in Neuroscience, leading to the Bachelor of Science degree, combines coursework from all of the science departments, but primarily from Biology and Psychology.
Peace and Justice Studies - Program based on Jesuit educational principles and the minor provides the student with an opportunity for the systematic study of a variety of issues in world peace and social justice, as well as an examination of how different religions and philosophical traditions have thought about these values.
Pre-Professional, Interdisciplinary and Specialized Programs - Study Abroad, Honors Program, Double Majors, Pre-Law and other programs described.