You'll revel in Boston's global flair. People come from around the world to live in our beautiful city, which is also home to some of the world's premier art institutions, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and Institute of Contemporary Art.
Whether you study Spanish or art history, you can study abroad. If you choose to study at Suffolk's campus in Madrid, you'll find that Spain's flourishing capital boasts the world-class “Golden Triangle” of museums: the Prado, the Reina Sofia, and the Thyssen-Bornemisza. And of course, Madrid is the ideal place to perfect your Spanish language skills!
Once you've graduated, you'll have many options. You might enroll in law school or pursue graduate studies. Perhaps you'll work with nongovernmental organizations or get hired by a multinational corporation as an interpreter or translator. You may even enter politics or serve in the diplomatic corps, or engage in social activism and act as a liaison between the United States and other nations.
The department has launched a new humanities-based program: Global Cultural Studies. In this program, you will receive a practical and theoretical education that is essential for understanding cross-cultural encounters and engaging the complexities of the world.