Berry’s religion and philosophy curriculum promotes sympathetic examination of various religious and philosophical approaches to these and other questions. Through such exploration, you can expect to gain a greater understanding of your own heritage and worldview, as well as those of others.
Berry College maintains dual-degree programs with the College of Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and the School of Engineering at Kennesaw State University. As its name suggests, the dual-degree program leads to two baccalaureate degrees – one from Berry and one from the engineering school.
Economics examines how individuals and societies use their scarce resources. While many economic concepts are directly applicable to business and household decisions, economics is better understood as “a method rather than a doctrine, an apparatus of the mind, a technique of thinking that helps its possessor to draw correct conclusions.”
The study of government and politics is a crucial element of a liberal arts education. At its most basic level, politics is the study of our shared notions of what is just or unjust, what is noble or base— in sum, what is good in life. At some point, every human being must confront these issues.
Berry College’s marketing program is one of five majors offered through the Campbell School of Business. It will help you prepare for career opportunities in business, government and nonprofit organizations or for graduate study.
Ecology, biomedical research, genetics, biotechnology, marine biology, optometry, medicine, veterinary medicine and dentistry are only a few of the careers you can pursue with a biology degree from Berry College. The program is designed for students interested in professional careers in research, teaching and an array of other medical and scientific vocations.
Knowledge of other languages and cultures is increasingly essential in the global marketplace. At Berry College, you can earn a major or minor in French, German or Spanish. You might be preparing for graduate study or professional training.
Modern chemistry is a broadly diverse science positioned at the interface of physics, biology and mathematics. The chemistry curriculum at Berry College combines a solid background in the fundamental principles of chemistry with firsthand experience using state-of-the-art laboratory equipment.
Berry College’s teacher education program is nationally accredited and has been cited as a model of excellence. If you want to graduate from a program that has one simple goal – to produce 100 of the best-prepared new teachers each year – Berry is the place for you.