Are you interested in majoring “Japan Studies” or “Asian Studies”? Or, do you want to major in Asian Literature or Culture? Baruch students can create an ad hoc major by combining courses from two or more departments. Please consult the following pages.
To create your own major, your attendance to one of the ad hoc major workshop is necessary. Please consult the flyer attached in this message.
Ad Hoc Majors
Detailed information and requirements are here:
From Dr. Wendy Heyman:
The last two ad hoc workshops of the semester are 3/25 @ 5:30 and 5/5 @ 3pm. Both will be held in room 2-190. Attendance at one workshop is mandatory for any students wishing to create their own major.
This Arts & Sciences major is an opportunity to combine two or more arts and science department offerings, creating a unified major. Students may also integrate 9 business or public administration credits, into their major. Some of the majors (the students name the major themselves) have included: Law and the Underrepresented, International Relations, Technology and Communications, Religion and Culture, Critical thinking, and Graphic Communication and Digital Marketing.
At the workshop there will be a 3- person – panel, where alumni will discuss their career path subsequent to creating their own major and graduating from Baruch.
Faculty are welcome to attend.
Wendy Heyman, PhD
Arts and Sciences Coordinator
Starr Career Development Center
1 Bernard Baruch Way
(24th Street, between Lexington & third)
New York City, New York 10010