Courses and Curriculum
What would I like to explore? What am I prepared for? What's required of me?
Planning an academic program consists of integrating five main components: the Explorations Curriculum, the major and possibly a minor, Exploration Term, special academic enhancement programs, and pre-professional and career considerations.
Areas of Study. You may access all information about individual areas of study, including recommended courses within each, through the areas of study
Explorations Curriculum. Familiarity with the structure of the general education program makes comprehending and satisfying the requirements easier. Detailed program requirements can be found at the Explorations Curriculum Requirements page.
Major and Minor. This page provides guidance and information on choosing a major or minor.
Exploration Term. Information about the College's distinctive January term can be found on this page.
Academic Enhancement Opportunities. Some students may be interested in pursuing academic opportunities above and beyond graduation requirements.
- Bunting Center for Engaged Study and Community Action
- Harrison Scholars Program
- Hess Center for Leadership and Service
- Sklenar Center for International Programs
- Stump Entrepreneurial Programs
- Vail College Fellows Program
Pre-Professional Programs. This page provides links to career planning resources and pre-professional programs.