Concentrations offer students the chance to shape a specialized profile of study within a broader liberal arts education and are comparable to "majors" at other universities. The formal selection of a concentration takes place during the fourth semester of study, when all degree-seeking students participate in the moderation process. In order to moderate, students are required to present plans for the remaining two years of study to a panel of faculty members for approval.
- Art and Aesthetics
- Artistic Practice
- Ethics and Politics
- Literature and Rhetoric
A detailed explanation of each module in all five concentrations can be found in the module handbook for the relevant degree program.