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Create Your Own Career Path to Success

Student smiling in class at Curry College pursuing an Individually Initiated Major Degree at Curry CollegeAn Individually Initiated Major (IIM) or minor provides you an opportunity to develop a path that demonstrates a depth of learning and a unique combination of two or more subject areas. With the assistance of faculty advisors, you will design a coherent sequence of studies selected from academic areas or subjects listed in the College Catalog. Such study allows you the freedom to construct a unique major or minor that encourages creative synthesis of inter-relationships across disciplines. Adherence to the steps and deadlines outlined below is critical to timely completion of your degree.

Highlights in Curry Academics

Dr. Laura Callis and Dr. Jennifer McNally

Professors Awarded NSF Grant to Study How Students Learn Statistics and Improve Learning Support

Dr. Laura Callis and Dr. Jennifer McNally were awarded a $400,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to study how students learn statistics and how to improve teaching practices that support students learning introductory concepts, particularly for students with learning differences and those with varied math backgrounds.
Students in the Criminal Justice, Sociology, and Transformative Justice programs visited the John Moakley Federal Courthouse during a recent experiential learning trip into Boston.

SOC/CJ Students Get First-Hand Look at Federal Justice System

Students in the Criminal Justice, Sociology, and Transformative Justice programs visited the John Moakley Federal Courthouse during a recent experiential learning trip into Boston. During this unique field opportunity, students and faculty/staff were able to meet Chief Circuit Court Justice David Barron, from the federal 1st Circuit.
Students March to the Student Center at Academic Convocation

Class of 2027 Encouraged to “Be Curry” at New Student Academic Convocation

On a warm summer day, nearly 600 Curry students officially kicked off their college journeys at the 2023 New Student Academic Convocation. Supported by a sea of excitement and applause from faculty and staff, new students marched from the Academic Quad over to Westhaver Park in a formal procession before entering Katz Gymnasium for the ceremony.
Olivia Perron poses in front of Dassault Systemes signage during her summer internship

Curry Students Spend Summer 2023 Gaining Real-World Industry Experience

Curry students are spending the summer gaining professional experience in their respective fields of study. Notable internship sites include Boston Children's Hospital, Burlington Police Department, the New England Recovery Center, the Cape Cod Baseball League, and more!
Catherine McCabe headshot

Q & A: Dean Catherine McCabe, School of Business and Computer Science

Meet Dr. Catherine McCabe, a leader in experiential education and administration, and dean of the School of Business and Computer Science.
School of Nursing Students Pose in Front of Eiffel Tower

School of Nursing Students Explore French Healthcare System and Culture During Faculty-Led Trip Abroad

A group of students from the Curry College School of Nursing recently returned from a faculty-led trip to Ambialet, France for the Health Policy and Finance course.
Student studies brain activity on computer screen

College Launches New Brain and Cognitive Sciences Program for Fall 2023

Students interested in the study of the brain and behavior can now major in Brain and Cognitive Sciences at Curry College. With many exciting career outcomes options in artificial intelligence, behavioral medicine, pharmaceutical research, and more, the Brain and Cognitive Sciences major gives students the opportunity to integrate neuroscience, psychology, cognitive science, and neuropsychology as a way to understand the brain, cognitive functioning, and behavior.
Jay Gonzalez, 15th President of Curry College

Jay Gonzalez Appointed as President of Curry College

Curry College’s Board of Trustees announced the appointment of Jay Gonzalez as the College’s 15th president. The board’s unanimous decision was the culmination of a thoughtful and thorough search process that was conducted over the past eight months. Gonzalez has a deep breadth of experience in the law, government, education, politics, advocacy, and business leadership.
High school students and Curry alums gather for Comput/her conference

School of Business and Computer Science Inspires Young Women in STEM with Female-Led Computing and Data Science Conference

The School of Business and Computer Science recently hosted Comput/her, an annual one-day conference that invites young women in high school to explore career opportunities in computing and data science. The event featured Curry students, alumni, faculty and staff, and nearly 60 high school students from surrounding communities.

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