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Academics & Campus Involvement

Roosevelt Scholars have wide ranging academic interests. Many students will major in the social sciences, but there are many other ways for their campus studies to reflect their interests in civic engagement.

Some special educational opportunities that students often find interesting at Hunter include:

Bioinformatics, Computer Science

Community Health B.S.

Community Organizing Minor, Social Work

Economics B.A./M.A.

Environmental Studies B.A.

Environmental Studies & Earth Science B.A./M.A.

Childhood Education Major (QUEST), Education

International Relations Minor, Political Science

Legal Studies Minor, Political Science

Media Studies Major

Philosophy, Politics and Society Minor, Philosophy

Political Theory Minor, Political Science

Pre-Business Program

Pre-Law Program

Social Work B.A.

Urban Studies B.A.

For more information on what major and minor fields of study are available at Hunter, consult the undergraduate catalog and the majors and degree tracks webpage. Also, check out the Office of Advising's degree maps to assist in your planning.

If you have questions about a specific major or minor, schedule an appointment with an advisor in that academic department.

Campus Involvement

     Stay tuned to the Roosevelt Scholars Newsletter - our bi-monthly listing for events and opportunities.

     CUNY Institute Sustainable Cities

     Economics Club

     Generation Citizen

     Model UN

     Moot Court


     Political Science Student Association

     Pre-Law Society

     Root Cause Collective

     Undergraduate Studies Government (USG)

     Welfare Rights Institute (WRI)

Here is a list of student clubs or start your own.

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