At Jefferson, a transdisciplinary education in the College of Humanities and Science will enable you to explore the overlap between society and the world. Whether you’re studying the science of communication, the interaction between law and the people governed by it, or the mechanics of human thought, you’ll see how the human element intersects with every area of study.
Arlen Specter Center for Public Service
Here, you’ll participate in programs that facilitate and promote public service and civic education in a cross-disciplinary, nonpartisan setting.
The Health Benefits of Medicinal Plants
As a student in our Biopsychology Program, you’ll study psychology alongside biology, chemistry, anatomy and physiology, making this an ideal first step into further studies in a variety of areas including experimental psychology, neuroscience, health and scientific research.