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What types of degrees does DePauw University in Indiana offer?

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DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, grants undergraduate degrees in various disciplines, including music and art, according to the university’s website. The university awards Bachelor of Arts degrees to students who complete programs in the arts, humanities, sciences and social sciences. It also awards degrees in music performance and music education. DePauw University does not offer graduate programs or degrees, however.

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DePauw University is a liberal arts college that provides small classes of 15 students on average in disciplines such as Art, Computer Science, Economics, Psychology and Sociology. The University also offers undergraduate majors in three modern foreign languages, as well as Romance Languages. In addition, students may take courses in nine foreign languages, including Chinese and Japanese.

Engineering students at DePauw may earn a Bachelor of Arts degree from DePauw and a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering at Columbia University in New York or Washington University in St. Louis, thanks to a special agreement between DePauw and these universities. These programs require approximately two years at DePauw and three years at the other university.

DePauw University accommodates students’ special interests through its interdisciplinary degree programs, such as Conflict Studies and Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies, its Honors Scholars and several Fellows programs, such as Management or Science Research Fellows. Additionally, the University gives students the opportunity of proposing their own independent majors.

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