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Connecticut College

Academics and Majors

Connecticut College Says...

Academic Programs
Students benefit from small classes that foster discussion and lead to personalized relationships with professors who serve as teacher-scholars. Professors frequently spark the interest that will inspire a student for their lifetime. The faculty to student ratio is 1 to 9. Average class size is 19. First-year students ...
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Connecticut College Students Say...

Located in eastern Connecticut, the picturesque Connecticut College is a classic private New England liberal arts school that shows a “great commitment to being sustainable, to promoting community service, and to learning.” The col­lege provides “great academic, extracurricular, and athletic opportunities to all students,” and the “beloved” honor c... More More

Visiting And Contact Information

270 Mohegan Avenue

New London, CT 06320

United States

Phone: 860-439-2200

Fax: 860-439-4301

Website

Majors & Special Programs
Academic Rating: 95
Most Popular Majors: Economics, General
Political Science and Government, General
Psychology, General
All Majors: African Studies
African Studies
American/United States Studies/Civilization
American/United States Studies/Civilization
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Combined Degree Programs: BA/MA
Joint Engineering Program: 5-year BA/BS program with Washington University
Special Study Options: Accelerated
Cross Registration
Double Major
Exchange Student
IndependentStudy
Internship
Student Designed Major
Study Abroad
Teacher Certification

Other Special Study Options:
Cross-registration with the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. In addition to their majors, students can earn certificates from one of our four interdisciplinary centers, as well certificates through our teacher preparation or museum studies programs.
Required Coursework: Arts/fine arts
Foreign languages
History
Humanities
Mathematics
Philosophy
Sciences (biological or physical)
Social science

Other required coursework:
Students are required to take two "writing-across-the-curriculum" (W) courses. All freshman seminars are normally designated as W courses.
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Faculty & Class Information
Student Faculty Ratio:9:1
Total Faculty:249
     Minority:36
     Women:123
     Men:126
     International:23
Full-time & part-time faculty with Phds:176
Classes Taught by TAs:0%
Most Frequent Class Size:10 - 19
Most Frequent Lab & Sub-Section Size:10 - 19
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Key Statistics

Academics & Majors

  • Academic Rating:
    95
  • Academic Calendar:
    Semester
  • Student Faculty Ratio:
    9:1
  • Total Faculty:
    249
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