In your acceptance email you may have noticed that you were accepted to a specific curriculum (ex: General, Global Public Health, Journalism, etc.) and you might be wondering what that means?
Basically, that’s the area of interest that you selected on your application and it helps us with our planning purposes. While in most cases there isn’t a specific “curriculum” per se, we do expect that given your indicated interest, you will register for at least one course in that concentration.
For example, if you chose General Curriculum, we anticipate you will take a variety of courses across subjects. However, if say, you chose the Global Public Health curriculum, we anticipate you intend to take at least one Global Public Health course as part of your 12-18 credits while studying away.
For students admitted to General (Elementary-Intermediate Spanish) Curriculum, we anticipate you will enroll in English-taught courses in addition to the one Spanish language course that is required. For those admitted to General (Intermediate-Advanced Spanish) Curriculum, we anticipate you will enroll in at least one Spanish-taught content course in addition to the one Spanish language course that is required. English-taught courses will be available to you as well, but the expectation is that you will enroll in Spanish-taught courses when possible.
If you believe you were accepted into a particular curriculum in error, please email me so I can update your account to the correct academic track. Although we cannot guarantee a spot in any one course for students (flexibility is key), this is used to plan for registration.