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Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Majors

No matter which major at King’s you choose, a large portion of your courses will come from our rigorous Core Curriculum of liberal arts courses that emphasize writing, speaking, and critical thinking—skills that employers crave. In this Core Curriculum, you’ll learn the literature, sacred texts, laws, and philosophical inquiries that have come to shape our civilization.

Business Management
English
Finance
Humanities
Journalism, Culture and Society
Media, Culture, and the Arts
Philosophy
Politics, Philosophy, and Economics
Religious and Theological Studies

Minors

Minors allow you to pursue a discipline in a field outside your chosen major. A minor communicates your expertise in that added field to graduate schools or prospective employers.

Business Management
Culture and the Arts
Economics
Finance
History
International Affairs
International Business
Journalism
Literature
Media Studies
Museum Studies
Philosophy
Politics
Pre-Law
Technology, Innovation and Design
Theology

Concentrations

Concentrations allow you to deepen your study of a particular facet within your major. A concentration communicates your expertise in that specific area to graduate schools or prospective employers.

Learn more about each concentration in the catalog.

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Creative Writing
Cultural Criticism
Economics
Finance
Interdisciplinary Catholic Studies
Interdisciplinary Jewish-Hebraic Thought and Culture
Interdisciplinary Orthodox Studies
Journalism
Media and Film Studies
Museum Studies
Philosophy
Politics
Theater