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Develop knowledge of the managerial, financial, and legal needs of arts organizations, including marketing and outreach programming for the arts and grant writing.
This immersive minor weaves together coursework that explores every aspect of the Asian experience. You’ll become an expert in the evolution of Asia from ancient times to the modern day, told through economics, history, literature, philosophy, politics, and religion--and master at least one Asian language.
The interdisciplinary field of Black Studies focuses on the work, history, and experiences of African-descended people—a global majority whose diverse perspectives and contributions have long been underrepresented. Whether you take one course or pursue a minor, you will gain insight into Black history and culture in the United States, Africa, and throughout the African diaspora in all parts of the world.
As a student in the College of Arts & Sciences, you have the unique opportunity to design your own major. You can do this by taking courses from two or more departments or programs.
The Drone Operations Certificate program will give you a strong foundation in drone knowledge and prepare you to earn an FAA Remote Pilot license.
Fascinated by how law enforcement uses science to solve crimes? This minor will teach you the science behind the crime fighting and give you the tools to get involved.
The major in Global Cultural Studies Major will prepare you for work and citizenship in an interconnected world where boundaries between nations and cultures are disappearing.
This honors major provides interested and qualified students the opportunity to explore the relationship between history and literature. You'll take classes in both disciplines, culminating in a senior project that ties the two together.
Learn to analyze today’s most pressing social problems through an interdisciplinary lens with Suffolk’s politics, philosophy, & economics (PPE) program.
Discover the depths, dimensions, and meanings of world religions through Suffolk’s religious studies program.
Learn how gender structures people's personal lives, families, careers, and social environments. You’ll develop skills in analysis, critical thinking, theoretical understanding, and practical application.
Whether you decide to major or minor in one of our offerings, this program will prepare you for academic and professional success.
Suffolk offers a wide variety of programs ranging from traditional majors such as Biology and Journalism, to new interdisciplinary programs such as Politics, Philosophy, and Economics. Expand your mind and gain hands-on experience.
Suffolk University’s College of Arts & Sciences will help you prepare for your future whether you decide to explore career options or continue your education and professional development.
Suffolk University offers many ways to expand your education outside the classroom with opportunities on our campus in the heart of Boston, study abroad, & more.