• Dr. Hill and students
  • Why major in Intercultural Studies?

    Student working at an internship

    The Intercultural Studies major is primarily for students whose interests lie in the study of countries and cultures outside of North America and Europe and whose academic goals can’t be conveniently achieved with traditional majors.

    The student will work with the Coordinator of Intercultural Studies to design a unique curriculum that incorporates coursework drawn from the departments of economics, English, fine arts, foreign languages, government, history, humanities, religion, and sociology. The curriculum must be designed and approved before the start of the student’s junior year.

    Students will also complete a capstone project, normally in the spring of the senior year, that integrates work from various departments.