Interdisciplinary Programs

Undergraduate Programs

The following interdisciplinary programs sponsor courses to supplement the primary work of undergraduate concentrations (majors).

Atelier, Princeton
Canadian Studies, Committee for the Fund on
Freshman Seminars
Human Values, University Center for
Humanistic Studies
International and Regional Studies, Princeton Institute for (PIIRS)
Irish Studies, Fund for
Journalism, Ferris Seminars in
Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
Renaissance and Early Modern Studies, Committee for
Science & Technology, Council on
Writing Program

Joint-degree Programs

Joint doctoral degree programs are offered in demography,materials science and engineering, neuroscience and social policy. Dual-degree programs with cooperating professional schools are also available.

Ph.D. Concentrations and Certificates

While all doctoral degrees are offered by a degree-granting department or program, Ph.D. research may be concentrated in one of the following interdisciplinary programs. Students may also earn graduate certificates recognizing special expertise in a small number of subjects.

African American Studies, Center for
African Studies
Ancient World
Classical Art & Archaeology
Classical Philosophy
Classics and Hellenic Studies
Computational and Information Science
East Asian Studies
Energy and Environmental Studies
Environmental Engineering and Water Resources
Environmental Studies
Gender and Sexuality Studies
Health and Health Policy
Hellenic Studies
History of Science
Italian Studies
Late Antiquity
Latin American Studies
Media and Modernity
Medieval Studies
Near Eastern Studies
Plasma Science and Technology
Political Economy
Political Philosophy
Quantitative and Computational Biology
Renaissance and Early Modern Studies
Science, Technology and Environmental Policy
Social Policy
Urban Policy; Urban Policy and Planning