Asian Studies (major, minor, and certificate)
The Asian Studies Program at UMBC invites you to explore the history, culture, languages and literatures, societies, politics, economics, philosophy, art and music of Asia. Close to twenty faculty members and language instructors offer students the opportunity to follow an interdisciplinary course of study towards a Major, a Minor, or a Certificate.
History/Social Studies Education (K-12 Teaching)
Human Context of Science and Technology
Humanities Scholars Program
The James T. and Virginia M. Dresher Center for the Humanities promotes interdisciplinary research and scholarship in the humanities among faculty, students and visiting scholars. Originally founded in 1996, a recent gift from the Dresher Foundation enables the Center to expand its research mission in order to bring national attention to UMBC’s impressive achievements in the humanities. Through its emphasis on research and continued commitment to the Humanities Forum and the Humanities Scholars Program, the Dresher Center is working toward becoming the foremost humanities research center in the region.
UMBC Honors College
Religious Studies (minor)
Sondheim Public Affairs Scholars Program
The Sondheim Public Affairs Scholars Program supports talented undergraduates aspiring to careers in service of the public interest in government, non-profit organizations, corporations, and the community. Sondheim Scholars understand and address the urgent social problems of American cities and communities.