Interdivisional Programs and Concentrations Interdivisional Programs and Concentrations
is home to 24 interdisciplinary fields: 10 are offered as majors, 14 as concentrations (minors). A major in literature might pair it with a concentration in Victorian studies, or political studies with a concentration in global and international studies, or human rights with a concentration in Latin American and Iberian studies. The variety of possible combinations illustrates the richness of study at Bard.Interdivisional ProgramsInterdivisional Concentrations
Specialized Degree Programs
In addition to the bachelor of arts degree, Bard College offers two five-year, dual-degree undergraduate programs:
• The Program in Economics and Finance
offers a B.S. degree in economics and finance and a bachelor of arts degree in another field in the liberal arts or sciences other than economics.
• The Bard College Conservatory of Music
offers a B.M. in music and a B.A. in another field in the liberal arts or sciences other than music. Preprofessional undergraduate and joint-degree options (for example, prelaw and engineering) are also available. For more information, see the “Additional Study Opportunities and Affiliated Institutes” chapter in the College catalogue
. Bard and its affiliates offer the following graduate degrees
: M.A., M.Phil., and Ph.D. in decorative arts, design history, and material culture; M.A. in curatorial studies; M.B.A. in sustainability; M.S. in environmental policy and in climate science and policy; M.S. in economic theory and policy; M.A.T.; M.F.A.; and M.Music.