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Academic Program Planning for 2020-2021

In order to allow for the de-densification of campus and to offer the maximum amount of flexibility in course offerings, the 2020-2021 academic year will be comprised of three semesters of equal length: Fall 2020, Spring 2021 and Summer 2021. While students can continue to take all of their coursework in Fall and Spring, students may also choose to distribute their coursework over the three semesters.

Faculty have therefore reconsidered their curricular offerings and have distributed their courses across the three semesters, so that students will be able to make progress toward some of their majors/concentration requirements and toward some of their Core Curriculum requirements in any term.

To assist students in their planning, departments and programs have created webpages that show their curricular offerings for all three semesters of the 2020-2021 academic year. Those webpages have been compiled here so that students will be able to find them easily. Students are encouraged to contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies in each department or program with any questions that are specific to their program of study.

African American and African Studies (TBA)

American Studies

Anthropology

Architecture

Art History and Archaeology

Astronomy

Biological Sciences (Fall 2020 listed only)

Chemistry

Classics

Comparative Literature and Society

Computer Science

The Core Curriculum

Creative Writing

Dance

Drama and Theatre Arts

Earth and Environmental Sciences

East Asian Languages and Cultures

Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology

Economics

Education

English and Comparative Literature

Ethnicity and Race Studies (Fall 2020 listed only)

Film and Media Studies

French and Romance Philology

Germanic Languages

History

Human Rights

Italian

Jewish Studies

Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Latin American and Iberian Cultures

Linguistics

Mathematics

Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies

Music

Philosophy

Physics

Political Science

Psychology

Religion

Slavic Languages

Sociology (Fall 2020 only listed)

Statistics

Sustainable Development

Urban Studies

Visual Arts

Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies