The Emily Balch Seminars open the door to the rigorous inquiry that shapes Bryn Mawr's curriculum. As you choose courses to satisfy requirements, you'll explore different approaches to inquiry â including empirical investigation, critical interpretation, cross-cultural analysis, and inquiry into the past â that focus the lens through which you view the world and increase your awareness of the world's complexity.
360Â° is a new interdisciplinary experience that creates an opportunity to participate in a cluster of multiple courses connecting students and faculty in a single semester (or in some cases across contiguous semesters) to focus on common problems, themes, and experiences for the purposes of research and scholarship.
Praxis is an experiential, community-based learning program that integrates theory and practice through student engagement in active, relevant fieldwork.
Bryn Mawr has long had a strong tradition of language instruction. Students of French and Russian benefit from two intensive summer programs that attract students from colleges and universities across the US.