Connecticut College's five centers for interdisciplinary scholarship are unique programs that encourage the exploration of important issues across traditional disciplinary boundaries.

Through four of these centers, you can earn a certificate by completing a two-year program of coursework, a summer internship and a senior integrative project, in addition to the requirements of your major.

The newest interdisciplinary academic program, the Center for the Comparative Study of Race and Ethnicity, is a connecting point for all of the College's resources for researching and teaching race and ethnicity.