Santa Clara University

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Programs and Affiliations

 
  • iconMedieval Renaissance

     The Medieval and Renaissance Studies minor is designed to encourage in-depth exploration of the Middle Ages and Renaissance in Europe and analogous eras in other parts of the world.

  • iconWomen's and Gender Studies

    The Women’s and Gender Studies (WGST) Program is a multidisciplinary program that provides an integrated approach to understanding the social and cultural constructions of gender that shape the experiences of women and men in society.
  • iconEthnic studies

    Ethnic studies focuses on the roles and experiences of African Americans, Asian/Pacific Islander Americans, Latinas/Latinos, Native Americans, and other people of color within the framework of the United States and within transnational frameworks. As an academic program, ethnic studies fosters interdisciplinary inquiry. The faculty comprise a community of scholars of critical race and ethnic studies, while serving as teachers, mentors, and role models for undergraduate students.
  • iconInternships

    English 198: The Practicum Class
    "Internship in Professional Writing" is a course that offers students an opportunity to secure five quarter units of upper-division P/NP academic credit for on-the-job work experience. Students apply for an internship with the Internship Director and work with the director to establish an appropriate internship experience. The organization of the course varies with the number of students enrolled during any quarter.
  • iconHonors Program

    Collaborating in the Catholic, Jesuit educational tradition, the University Honors Program fosters intellectual excellence, an appreciation of ethical context, and an awareness of the spiritual and religious dimensions of human existence. Santa Clara often calls these qualities "the three C's"--competence, conscience, and compassion.
  • iconHUB Writing Center

    Writing is our “HUB,” our means and our end. Students write their way into Santa Clara University by crafting compelling letters of application; they write their way out by their senior theses and capstone projects.
  • iconGraduate Information

    Michael Lasley and Dr Julia Voss is the graduate advisor.
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Thomas Sullivan

A hockey fan came to the right campus in California

English major appreciates the education, as well as all of the activities, the Mission campus has to offer.

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