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Secondary Fields Program Index

Starting with the 2015-2016 Academic Year, the former terminology of "half-course" and "full-course" now corresponds to "4-credits" and "8-credits," respectively, and "course" refers to a 4-credit entity unless otherwise specified.

African and African American StudiesMusic
• African StudiesNear Eastern Languages and Civilizations
• African American StudiesMiddle East in Antiquity
AnthropologyHistories and Cultures of Muslim Societies (Islamic Studies)
ArchaeologyJewish Studies
• Modern Middle Eastern Studies
Celtic Languages and LiteraturesNeurobiology
Classics• General Philosophy
Comparative Literature• Classics of Western Philosophy
Computer Science• Philosophy of Science
Earth and Planetary Sciences• Moral and Political Philosophy
East Asian Studies• Philosophy of Mind & Psychology
Economics• Special Topic in Philosophy
Energy and Environment 
Environmental Science and Public PolicyPsychology
Ethnicity, Migration, Rights Religion, Comparative Study of
Ethnicity, Migration, RightsRomance Languages and Literatures
Latino Studies• French
European History, Politics, and Societies• Italian
Folklore and Mythology• Portuguese
German and Scandinavian Studies• Spanish
Global Health and Health PolicyRussia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia
GovernmentSlavic Languages and Literatures
History• Central European Studies
History of Art and Architecture• Russian Studies
History of ScienceSociology

Human Evolutionary Biology

South Asian Studies
Integrative BiologyStatistics
LinguisticsTheater, Dance, and Media
• Language History & Language StructureVisual and Environmental Studies
• Language & Linguistic Theory• Environmental Studies
• Language, Mind & Brain• Film/Video
Mathematical Sciences• Film and Visual Studies
Medieval Studies• Studio
Microbial SciencesWomen, Gender, and Sexuality, Studies of
Mind/Brain/Behavior• Studies of Women, Gender, & Sexuality
Molecular and Cellular Biology• Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Studies