Undergraduate Programs

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The Office of Interndisciplinary and Professional Studies oversees a variety of undergraduate degree programs. We encourage all students to visit each program website. Our office staff is available to answer any questions you may have regarding our programs.

Our Bachelor's Programs

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  • Africana Studies

    In the Africana Studies program students will research, acquire and disseminate information about the historical and social experiences of Africans and people of African descent on all sides of the Atlantic basin. This is Special emphasis is placed on those experiences within the United States. Courses are offered for major and minor plans of study.

  • American Studies

    The American Studies program is an interdisciplinary study of American culture and society, and explores the place of the United States in an increasingly interconnected world. The program places analysis on globalization and encourages a hemispheric perspective by exploring interests in the U.S., the Caribbean, Latin American, the Pacific Rim and other border crossings.

  • Ecosystem Science and Policy

    In the Ecosystem Science and Policy program students will acquire a broad background in environmental issues from a variety of perspectives, along with in-depth education in an area of specialization. Students leave the program with the theoretical background and technical skills to pursue environmental careers in teaching, research, government, and private industries.

  • Global Health Studies

    The Global Health Studies program allows students to examine the underlying problems of health and medicine in pre-COVID and post-COVID society. Three tracks are available: a BS track for Pre-Med majors looking to expand their health education, and both Humanities and Social Sciences tracks for those who wish to pursue a B.A. and dive deeper into the sociocultural conditions that effect wellness around the world.

  • Gender and Sexuality Studies

    The Gender and Sexuality Studies program encourages the investigation of gender as a significant issue in all areas of the human experience. It reaches across disciplines to draw on a range of methods, theories, and perspectives that help us to understand how ideas and structures based on gender shape our lives. The program's core objective is to foster the examination, open discussion, and lively debate of gender issues.

  • Judaic Studies

    The Judaic Studies program is a broad, flexible, non-theological interdisciplinary program designed for undergraduates to gain an understanding of Jewish civilization and its diverse cultural experiences. The program is an academic exploration of the multi-faceted, socio-historical, 4,000-year record of the Jewish people. Courses highlight the variety of cultural, politcal, social and religious experiences of Jews in different times and places.

  • Latin American Studies

    The Latin American Studies program is an interdisciplinary approach to the study of the politics, economics, cultures and societies of Latin America and the Caribbean. Our students become true experts who can speak to a wide range of issues confronting Latin America; experts who can contribute proactively to development and cooperation as well as to business and political analysis.

Honors Program

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A Free Language Learning Experience

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  • Directed Independent Language Study (DILS)

    The Directed Independent Language Study (DILS) program is designed to give motivated students the opportunity to study languages not currently offered through traditional classroom instruction at the University of Miami. The goal of the program is to assist students with gaining linguistic and cultural competence primarily through active conversation in the language of their choice.