Dickinson students can pursue either a bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degree in 22 disciplinary majors and 20 interdisciplinary majors. The flexible liberal-arts curriculum allows students to fulfill the necessary requirements for their major while exploring a variety of other disciplines. Whichever program they choose, Dickinson students receive a broad-based education that equips them for the future.
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Rather than a “core” curriculum of required texts or courses, an approach ill suited for our goals of choice and independence, we ask students, through our graduation requirements, to accept responsibility for building an educational program that best matches their own individual interests and abilities and prepares them for a lifetime of learning. The same choices are valued in the individual courses of study. learn more
Michael Healey ’01 and his students take their worldview to the U.N. and beyond.