Our school offers diverse undergraduate majors as well as two graduate degree. Within every one of these programs, students work closely with our outstanding, award-winning professors in small classes where every student’s voice counts. Highly committed to student mentorship and guided by Dominican’s core values of study, service, community, and reflection, our faculty set the standard on Dominican’s campus for engaged learning, as well as for leading local and international educational and service opportunities.

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Art, Art History and Design

Communication and Media Studies

History

Humanities and Cultural Studies

Literature and Languages

Master of Arts in Humanities

Music, Dance and Performing Arts

Political Science and International Studies

Psychology

Religion and Philosophy

The Climate Change Educational Initiative