If you have a question about grades, attendance or other academic policies or simply want to check on general and major requirements, you can find your answers in the Undergraduate Catalog. The catalog contains the latest academic information and policies, as well as other relevant information about your major or minor and requirements. Of course, your professors and academic advisors are available to answer any questions you may have about your studies, and you should continue to consult with them when preparing your program each year.
The college provides academic majors in 20 arts and sciences disciplines, all leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree. It also awards the Associate in Arts degree in Jewish Studies and a Master of Arts degree in Biblical and Talmudic Interpretation. In addition, combined and joint degree programs are offered in several other disciplines—including engineering, optometry, podiatry, Jewish studies, Jewish Education, social work, nursing, physical therapy, and occupational therapy—in conjunction with the University’s graduate schools and other leading universities.