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More than just “keeping the books,” accountants track, analyze and interpret financial information, and their insights inform critical business decisions.

The accounting program at Emmanuel is ahead of the curve, providing the opportunity to explore the impact of advanced technologies and preparing you for the future of accounting by incorporating analytical and data visualization tools in to the curriculum. In addition to a foundation of financial accounting, managerial accounting, taxation, auditing and assurance, you will complement your studies with courses in economics, organizational behavior, operations and analytics, with an eye on honing the professional values and ethical behavior needed to be a leader in the field.

Accounting

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The Department of Modern Languages gives students the opportunity to become cross-cultural experts in an ever more globalized world

Programs in Arabic and French offer the chance to explore languages that provide an excellent basis to further a variety of careers in fields such as education, international development, diplomacy and government, national security, communications, journalism, arts and culture, fashion, medicine, and global business and finance.

Additional Languages

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From the formation of non-state societies, empires and kingdoms prior to the 15th century, to the diverse cultures and societies that make up the African Diaspora and the role of race in politics today.

Emmanuel's interdisciplinary minor in African and African Diaspora Studies combines courses in history, literature, political science and modern languages to move beyond the traditional narratives and provide a global perspective that delves into questions of race, economic and social injustice as well as a diversity of world views. Among a range of topics, you will explore how new communities and societies in the Black Atlantic were formed through imperial rivalries, economic exchange, and various acts of accommodation, resistance, and rebellion and how Black culture and consciousness have been shaped by their engagements with issues of race, class, nationality, and gender in the contexts of colonialism, anti-colonial resistance, and the post-colonial globalized world.

African & African Diaspora Studies

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On Campus

Everything from the schools we attend, the taxes we pay and the news we consume is influenced by the dynamic American political system.

We live in a nation whose founding principles were collected from around the globe and throughout history. And today our nation's political practices and gestures of peace and war leave their mark throughout the world and in time. Study these intricate relationships with a concentration in American politics and government, then put theory to practice through local and national internship opportunities.

American Politics & Government

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On Campus

The United States as a complex and diverse nation with a storied history of institutions, values, identities, and interactions with other countries and cultures.

The interdisciplinary nature of American Studies allows for a broad and nuanced understanding of American society and its complexities. Our major allows you to explore different facets of the history, culture, society, politics, literature and art of the United States, including key events figures, the development of cultural identities, the impact of popular culture, activism and social justice, and a global perspective of our interactions with other nations.

American Studies

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On Campus

Art has the power to change people. It opens doors, teaching others to think visually and create art that has personal meaning.

Emmanuel College will prepare, fulfill and enrich you as you learn how to open these doors for others. Study the history and philosophical foundations of teaching and learning through the Education Department, and then hone your creativity as you explore new mediums in the Art Department. Our program also provides opportunities for field-based experiences in urban school settings.

Art Education

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On Campus

Dive into the academic study of art from an historical perspective, spanning centuries of imagination, influence, social issues and culture.

Through this program, you will study painters, sculptors, architects and others from Ancient Egypt to the present, learning to not only to analyze creative works, but also to ask broader questions about the place and role of the arts in human history. You will take an interdisciplinary approach to the subject, considering art objects not only in relation to history but also to the politics, economics and societal and cultural values of the time period in which they were made.

Art History

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On Campus

Art therapy uses the creative process in artistic self-expression to enhance the physical, mental and emotional well-being of individuals of all ages.

In Emmanuel’s art therapy program, you will develop the artistic and evaluative skills needed to help individuals increase insight, develop interpersonal skills and coping mechanisms, manage behavior, reduce stress and increase self-esteem and self-awareness. Our Boston location affords students unmatched internship opportunities to work in non-clinical settings, as well as at such institutions as Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston Children's Hospital and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, just to name a few.

Art Therapy

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On Campus

Biochemistry is a study of the chemical and molecular basis of all life, from plants and animals to single-cell organisms.

Emmanuel’s biochemistry concentration provides you with the opportunity to not only study living things, but to understand the biochemistry of those organisms—the molecular compounds, substances and physiology that make them tick. You will be exposed to current research through lectures, trained in laboratory equipment and process and have the opportunity to participate in faculty-supported research projects.

Biochemistry (Biology)

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On Campus

Biochemistry is a study of the chemical and molecular basis of all life, from plants and animals to single-cell organisms.

Emmanuel’s biochemistry concentration provides you with the opportunity to not only study living things, but to understand the biochemistry of those organisms—the molecular compounds, substances and physiology that make them tick. You will be exposed to current research through lectures, trained in laboratory equipment and process and have the opportunity to participate in faculty-supported research projects.

Biochemistry (Chemistry)

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On Campus

When you think of life on Earth, you may only begin to comprehend the vast array of plants, animals, bacteria and other organisms that share this planet.

If you are interested in learning about the intricacies of life and living organisms, studying biology at Emmanuel opens a world of possibilities. Our distinguished faculty engage will engage with you through a rigorous academic curriculum, open doors through faculty-student research collaborations, and encourage the pursuit of advanced research and internship opportunities.

Biology

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On Campus

The simplest cell contains infinitely intricate mathematics.

The study of biostatistics at Emmanuel challenges you to combine biology and statistics in answering questions about biological systems and human health. You will graduate prepared to address new challenges arising from advances in biomedical science; collaborate with investigators in institutions such as cancer research centers and medical schools on the design, analysis, and interpretation of studies; and make a difference in the world of health sciences.

Biostatistics

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On Campus

How do scientific breakthroughs in genetics, AI and food science become the vaccines, treatments and products that prevent and treat disease and help us live healthier lives?

The growing field of biotechnology focuses on the application of the biological sciences and biochemistry to develop technologies and products that improve public health and the health of our planet. Within Emmanuel's biotechnology major, you will complete a rigorous biology curriculum and receive training in the laboratory methods required to carry out biotech research and apply your assessment of scientific literature to research that has the potential to be commercialized. Additionally, through courses within the School of Business & Management, you will understand basic principles of organizational behavior, management and business strategy, prepared to meet the needs of the field's constantly evolving job market.

Biotechnology

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On Campus

The Catholic Church is among the oldest and most prominent institutions in the world.

In accordance with the mission of Emmanuel and the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, this interdisciplinary minor seeks to develop your understanding of the rich academic traditions, cultural heritage and commitment to social justice that are the hallmarks of the Catholic Church. Through the study of theology, art, literature, ethics and other disciplines, you will learn the ways in which the Church's trajectory has been shaped by the thinking and actions of ordinary and extraordinary Catholics.

Catholic Studies

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On Campus

From ancient Greek pottery to medical implants to ballistic armor, explore the study and practice of ceramics as it celebrates the intersection of art and science.

Ceramics has been used in many cultures across more than 20,000 years. While historical pottery is still analyzed for archeological purposes, today, the medium incorporated in various industries—architecture, culinary, medical, military defense, automobile and environmental systems, electronics and more. As a ceramics minor at Emmanuel, you will learn traditional and contemporary ceramics production methods, from hand building to wheel throwing to casting and now the experimental stage of 3D printing, making a strong link between studio practice, ceramic Industry and industrial design.

Ceramics

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On Campus