General Requirements

Elliott School bachelor's degrees engage students with global issues through multi- and inter-disciplinary approaches. Students begin their studies in the first year with foundational courses in political science, economics, history, and anthropology or geography. They supplement these courses with courses in the traditional liberal arts categories of composition, math, science, and the humanities. Foreign language study is also emphasized early in each program to enable students to satisfy the third-year language proficiency requirement of our majors in a timely manner. Explore our introductory curriculum below.

General Requirements