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Constantin College Academics

Undergraduate programs in the arts, humanities, sciences and business.

From art to computer science, from biology to the classics, from drama to theology, the Constantin College of Liberal Arts offers a wide variety of rigorous academic programs designed around the ideals of a liberal education. The foundation of our undergraduate academic program is the Core curriculum, a series of 19 courses in philosophy, history, literature, science, theology, mathematics, politics, economics, language and fine arts taken by all undergraduates. A main feature of the Core is its focus on primary texts. In reading the greatest thinkers of Western civilization, students maintain a dialogue with the past that helps them understand the world in which they live today.

Academic Majors, Concentrations & Programs

Program B.A. B.S. Concentraton PRE-professional
American Politics        
Applied Physics        
Architecture        
Art        
Art History        
Biblical Greek        
Biochemistry        
Biology        
Biopsychology        
Business        
Chemistry        
Christian Contemplative Tradition        
Classics        
Classical Philology        
Comparative Literary Traditions        
Computer Science        
Dentistry        
Drama        
Economics        
Education        
Electrical Engineering        
English        
Environmental Science        
Ethics        
French        
German        
Greek        
History        
History and Philosophy of Science        
Human Sciences in the Contemporary World        
Industrial/Organizational Psychology        
International Studies        
Italian        
Jewish Studies        
Journalism        
Latin        
Legal Studies        
Mathematics        
Medieval and Renaissance Studies        
Molecular Biology        
Music        
Nursing        
Pastoral Ministry        
Philosophy        
Physical Therapy        
Physics        
Politics        
Political Philosophy        
Psychology        
Spanish        
Theology        

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