Interdisciplinary Programs

A joint program in art history and classical archaeology exists on a permanent basis at both the M.A. and Ph.D. levels (requiring language proficiency in French, German, Greek and Latin). Special interdisciplinary programs may be arranged in areas such as African-American studies, African studies, film studies, gender studies, Medieval studies, Renaissance studies, Russian and Slavic studies, Asian studies, and critical studies involving faculty in the appropriate graduate programs or undergraduate departments. Short of entering a full interdisciplinary program, students may take a limited number of courses in other disciplines as indicated in the Graduate School Catalog.