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Clark’s Rigorous Liberal Arts Education

At Clark, we believe deep learning moves from the classroom to the world. This is why we structure our curriculum around Liberal Education and Effective Practice (LEEP), which connects classroom learning with action through world and workplace experiences.

Every Clark undergraduate benefits from LEEP, which takes a rigorous liberal arts curriculum into the world at every stage of a student’s academic experience. Clark’s liberal arts curriculum will provide you with vital skills, meaningful opportunities, and the chance to define — and pursue — your ideal career and life path.

Preparing for the Future

LEEP: Building Blocks to Design Your Clark Experience

Clark Navigator 101 Course

Our First-Year Experience program will help you transition to academic and campus life at Clark.

First-Year Intensive (FYI) Courses

Through an FYI course, join a cohort of peers to explore an in-depth topic that interests you.

Program of Liberal Studies (PLS) Courses

Develop a fundamental knowledge in various disciplines and make vital connections across subjects.

Diversity and Inclusion Courses

In ever-important conversations, you will dissect issues of identity and agency, past and present.

Problems of Practice Courses

In these innovative courses, you will delve into a complex question, problem, or challenge.

LEEP Capstone Project

In an advanced, culminating project, use your acquired knowledge and expertise to address a problem.

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Your Interests, Your Choice

Choosing Your Major or Minor

Majors and minors help focus your learning and ensure you build the skills to succeed in a field of your choice. You can select a traditional major like math or English; decide on an interdisciplinary program like Asian studies; or design a major of your own. Working closely with your academic adviser, you also might opt for double majors or minors, allowing you to craft a program of study based on your particular interests.

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CLASSROOMS WITHOUT WALLS

Learning Through Experience

From internships to volunteer opportunities, study abroad to capstone projects, you will have access to a wealth of opportunities for hands-on learning that will enhance your classroom experiences.

Undergraduate Course Catalog