In addition to examining the experiences of marginalized communities in the U.S. and beyond, students explore race and ethnicity as active social, political, historical and cultural processes and use race and ethnicity as categories of analysis across time and space.
TCU’s Department of Women and Gender Studies puts women, gender, and sexuality at the center of academic investigation. Our programs promote inquiry into the intersections of gender with other identity categories; the workings of power in society; and the means of advancing social justice and equality.
The aim of the IEP at TCU is to help students advance rapidly toward their academic, professional or personal English language goals. Advanced-level IEP students may enroll in TCU courses for degree credit while in the noncredit, certificate program.
The TESOL Certificate empowers TCU students to be interdisciplinary scholars who teach English to speakers of other languages in the local and global communities.
The TCU IdeaFactory is dedicated to supporting the innovation spirit of TCU students, staff and faculty by providing an environment and resources where an idea can be advanced to a prototype, and potentially, beyond.
Introduction to University Life is a student success seminar for incoming TCU students that helps students cultivate habits of learning and academic achievement.
If your academic interests extend beyond traditional academic disciplines, the Interdisciplinary Inquiry major can help you achieve your academic and professional goals.
African American and Africana Studies (AAAS) minor is an interdisciplinary program that offers an introduction to the study of African intellectual heritages locally and globally. The AAAS minor and emphasis focus on the global links across the African diaspora, and examines the contributions of the African intellectual heritages as key components of American culture.