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Academic Programs - Minors

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Each Holy Cross student’s curriculum consists of common requirements (which can be fulfilled by selecting from a wide range of courses), a major, and freely elected courses. In designing their course of study, many students opt to combine majors and/or add a minor or a concentration.

Academic Programs Major Minor Concentration Career Program  
American Sign Language and Deaf Studies No Minor No No
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Minor
No
No
Anthropology Major Minor No No
Major
Minor
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No
Architectural Studies* SD SD No No
No
No
No
No
Art History Major Minor No No
Major
Minor
No
No
Asian Studies Major Minor No No
Major
Minor
No
No
Catholic Studies* SD SD No No
No
No
No
No
Chinese Major Minor No No
Major
Minor
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No
Computer Science Major Minor No No
Major
Minor
No
No
Education No Minor No No
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Minor
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No
Environmental Studies Major Minor No No
Major
Minor
No
No
Film Studies* SD SD No No
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No
No
No
French Major Minor No No
Major
Minor
No
No
Geosciences No Minor No No
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Minor
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No
German Major Minor No No
Major
Minor
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No
Italian Major Minor No No
Major
Minor
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No
Medieval and Renaissance Studies* SD SD No No
No
No
No
No
Middle Eastern Studies* SD SD No No
No
No
No
No
Neuroscience No SD No No
No
No
Concentration
No
Philosophy Major Minor No No
Major
Minor
No
No
Physics Major Minor No No
Major
Minor
No
No
Religious Studies Major Minor No No
Major
Minor
No
No
Rhetoric and Composition No SD No No
Major
Minor
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No
Russian Major Minor No No
Major
Minor
No
No
Sociology and Anthropology Major Minor No No
Major
Minor
No
No
Russian and Eastern European Studies* SD SD No No
No
No
No
No
Studio Art Major Minor No No
Major
Minor
No
No

* Student Designed Program

Why Liberal Arts?

With rich opportunities to explore and specialize, a liberal arts education not only prepares students for success in a rapidly changing world, it prepares them to lead meaningful, fulfilling lives.

Disciplines of the Liberal Arts