Centers in Undergraduate Academics
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Center for Data and Society
Center for Integrated Humanities
Center for Natural and Behavioral Sciences
Center for Professional Psychology
Center for Education, Advocacy, and Social Justice
We regularly expand our academic programs and have recently added two new majors – Cybersecurity and Health Sciences. Both of these fields are growing rapidly and offer outstanding career opportunities. Chestnut Hill College's undergraduate cybersecurity degree program is among the first in Philadelphia. Thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), CHC has designed the Cyber Sentinels Program, the first of its kind in this area.
The Interdisciplinary Honors Program (IDHP) challenges highly qualified students to pursue a creatively different approach to the liberal arts. The program offers seminars that promote liberal education by stressing interconnections among different fields of study and by challenging students and faculty alike to learn and to teach.
Chestnut Hill College has partner universities all around the world and CHC students are encouraged to take a semester to study abroad. CHC also has over 100 international students on our campus and Global Learning is a vital part of the curriculum.
At CHC, we encourage service-learning as a way to examine human and social problems through the lens of personal experiences and structured reflection. You'll have a chance to experience service-learning through academic courses, community service-immersion experiences like LENS and Urban Plunge, days of service, and the community service/Federal Work Study program.
CHC’s co-curricular approach is designed to give students additional, hands-on avenues for learning and development in addition to what they learn inside the classroom. At CHC, we stress co-curricular involvement through clubs, organizations, sports, volunteer activities or other pursuits.