Fulbright College provides several options for students to pursue education more broadly than one field of undergraduate study might allow, including interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary programs.
These programs allow broader instruction and research opportunities, especially in emerging fields that haven’t reached the academic breadth to constitute a full academic department or in cases in which collaboration between one or more departments allows faculty from each existing department to contribute to the interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary major.
Interdisciplinary, combined, and second majors provide a set program of study for these pursuits, but students can also work with the Fulbright College Advising Center and faculty mentors to develop new combinations.
- African-American Studies and Anthropology
- African-American Studies and Sociology
- Anthropology and Sociology
- English and Journalism
- History and African-American Studies
- Journalism and Political Science
- Philosophy and African-American Studies
- Political Science and African-American Studies