Understanding others through their languages, histories and cultures, helping students build skills in writing and critical reading.

  • Education


    Bring your love of the classroom into the classroom and study Education at Bergen.
  • History


    Study both western and non-western history, through an understanding of the past and its impact on the present.
  • Journalism


    Study the theories, principles, and practices of effective and ethical communication and prepare for advanced undergraduate and graduate studies in communication.
  • Literature


    Develop the ability to criticize, analyze and respond in writing to the ideas presented in expository prose and literature.
  • Philosophy and Religion

    Philosophy and Religion

    Study in two related but distinct fields of academic inquiry; Philosophy and Religious studies.
  • Political Science

    Political Science

    Analyze the complexities of individual, group, community, and societal relationships and issues within a global arena.
  • Psychology


    Study research methods, abnormal behavior, educational and developmental theories and practices, psycho-biological topics, topics in sexuality and gender, health and sports psychologies, and social and cultural psychologies.
  • Sociology


    Study society, social behavior, and contemporary social issues.
  • Women Studies

    Women Studies

    Examines women’s roles and achievements locally and globally.
  • World Languages

    World Languages

    American Sign Language, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Russian and Spanish.