An interdisciplinary minor can become your major by applying to be an IDS major with that topic as your concentration.
Latin American and Caribbean Studies
An important goal of the LCS Program is to help students better understand and relate to this growing and dynamic community.
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This major prepares students for careers in: environmental consulting, public health, hazardous waste handling, parks and recreation, environmental planning, land assessment, industrial hygiene, corporate environmental management, waste management, and other related fields
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The goal of Family Studies is to improve all types of families by applying scientific methods to questions about intimacy, relationships, parenting, dating, marriage development, sexuality, and diverse family forms.
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Typical pre-law courses include American National Government, Ancient and Modern Political Philosophy, and Constitutional Law. Students are also encouraged to look at the legal studies minor, which gives students a strong foundation in environment, business, and communication law.
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Berry’s Women’s Studies Program supports interdisciplinary teaching and research on women and gender, with a particular focus on the intersections of gender with race, class, and other aspects of identity that shape human experience.
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There are additional learning opportunities outside the classroom. In fact, you'll be encouraged to pursue a wide range of learning opportunities related to your studies, including: study abroad, internships, field work, service-learning projects, and independent study.
For more information, feel free to reference the undergraduate catalog below.
Berry College Undergrad Catalog