Kenyon’s curriculum covers the full range of academic fields. There are 18 departments, most of them focusing on a single traditional discipline—philosophy, physics, and so on. In addition, we offer 13 interdisciplinary programs, reflecting the academic reality that important insights often draw on multiple fields. So if you decide to study neuroscience, you will take classes in biology, chemistry, and psychology. If your interest is in Asian and Middle East studies, you’ll get the perspectives of such fields as art, history, literature, and religious studies.
Not sure how to match your passions to your major? Kenyon's flexible curriculum allows you to customize your education by combining majors and adding minors or interdisciplinary concentrations. You even can design your own major. Search below for what you hope to learn about at Kenyon and we will let you know which area of study would be a good fit for you.
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