Understanding others through their languages, histories and cultures, helping students build skills in writing and critical reading.
With an interest in the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services, students can learn economics and how economies work.
Bring your love of the classroom into the classroom and study Education at Bergen.
Study both western and non-western history, through an understanding of the past and its impact on the present.
Study the theories, principles, and practices of effective and ethical communication and prepare for advanced undergraduate and graduate studies in communication.
Develop the ability to criticize, analyze and respond in writing to the ideas presented in expository prose and literature.
Study in two related but distinct fields of academic inquiry; Philosophy and Religious studies.
Analyze the complexities of individual, group, community, and societal relationships and issues within a global arena.
Study research methods, abnormal behavior, educational and developmental theories and practices, psycho-biological topics, topics in sexuality and gender, health and sports psychologies, and social and cultural psychologies.
Develop the skills needed to pursue a pathway to careers including human and social service fields.
Study society, social behavior, and contemporary social issues.
Examines women’s roles and achievements locally and globally.
American Sign Language, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Russian and Spanish.
Interested in professional and workforce development, corporate training or personal enrichment courses? Explore our selection of non-credit classes for job-training, career enhancement or personal enrichment.
Explore early childhood development education options.