New Academic Programs of Study

New Programs of Study!

New Majors & Minors

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Engineering Physics Major

The new engineering physics major is intended for students who are interested in pursuing an engineering degree, with the benefit of also gaining a strong liberal arts education. Through an agreement with several prestigious engineering schools (University of Notre Dame and Case Western Reserve University), students will spend three years toward a bachelor of arts engineering physics degree at Goshen College, and will be admitted to a two-year bachelor of science engineering program upon recommendation from the Goshen College Physics Department.

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Environmental & Marine Science Major

Taking advantage of Goshen College’s marine biology laboratory in the Florida Keys and Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center in Wolf Lake, Indiana, the new environmental and marine science major will continue to build on strengths in ecology and offer new opportunities for students interested in marine biology. It will also offer an earth & climate science track that focuses on combating climate change.

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Sign Language Interpreting Major

Building on an already successful American Sign Language program, the new sign language interpreting major will expand to provide opportunities to prepare students to meet the growing demand for interpreters in all areas of the lives of Deaf consumers.

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Sustainability Management Major & Minor

Recognizing that the need to understand and respond to sustainability issues in business will drive the success and long-term financial health of organizations in the 21st century, the business department is launching the unique new sustainability management major and minor, which places equal emphasis on the planet, people and profit, a concept referred to as the triple bottom line.

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Sustainability Studies Major

The sustainability studies major will take a broader approach and build upon the distinctive environmental and sustainability education students receive at Goshen College. These students will gain hands-on experience in building collaborations between a variety of community partners and organizations.

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Sustainable Food Systems Major

The sustainable food systems major will prepare students to understand and engage with the entire food system, from production, processing, distribution and preparation, engaging questions of justice and social interconnections. Students will study at the innovative and award-winning Merry Lea Sustainable Farm and throughout the growing local food system in Elkhart County.

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Music for Social Change Minor

The music for social change major concentration and minor combines two of Goshen College’s longest-held distinctives — music and social justice. Centered around the El Sistema model, a music education philosophy rooted in Venezuela and growing in Elkhart County schools, students will be empowered to integrate their musical training for greater good in their future classrooms and communities.

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Musical Theater Minor

For students who wish to continue to be involved in musical theater after high school, the new musical theater minor provides an opportunity to supplement their chosen major through dance, voice and acting classes, with hands-on opportunities to apply performance and technical skills in a campus musical or opera production each year.

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English Learners License

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The new English Learners (EL) licensure program will provide certified working teachers who hold a professional educator’s license in any area the opportunity to add this certification in one year through evening classes once a week. The Indiana Department of Education estimates that the current ratio of EL students to certified EL teachers is 100:1. This new license aims to address that issue by preparing teachers in all disciplines to better serve English language learners in their current classrooms or in a certified EL position.

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See the English Learners License page to inquire about this new Adult & Continuing Studies program.

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