Majors and Minors

East Asian Studies

East Asian Studies at Bucknell offers a focus on China or Japan. You'll get a balanced look at the arts, history, literature, politics, philosophy, religion, science and technology of both the past and present of the region. Five levels of study in Chinese or Japanese are available.

http://www.bucknell.edu/EastAsianStudies

Contact

11 Marts Hall
570.577.1450
jak073@bucknell.edu

Majors and Minors

Economics

When you study economics at Bucknell, we'll challenge you to think independently and understand social responsibility and theories within the global economy. You'll be prepared for a career in management, finance, sales, economic analysis, teaching and social work or ready to continue your education in law and other graduate and professional programs.

http://www.bucknell.edu/Economics

Contact

135 Academic West
570.577.1476
harrisj@bucknell.edu

Majors and Minors

Education

When you study education at Bucknell, you'll combine a liberal arts education with professional preparation and gain a solid background in principles and theories of education, rather than a series of methods, so you can be a flexible and proactive professional throughout your career.

http://www.bucknell.edu/Education

Contact

457 Olin Science Bldg.
570.577.1324
patty.driver@bucknell.edu

Majors and Minors

Electrical & Computer Engineering

You've got the power — the power to innovate, design and evaluate. In this program, we will challenge you to develop your critical thinking skills and learn about your work's larger place in society. Career options include robotics, digital and computer technology, consumer electronics, automotive electronics, power generation and transmission, information systems, communications hardware, audio, visual and digital signal processing and many more opportunities.

http://www.bucknell.edu/ElectricalEngineering

Contact

301 Dana Engineering Bldg.
570.577.1234
jeharris@bucknell.edu

Pages

Engineering 290

ENGR 290: Engineering in a Global/Societal Context. This is a three-week Bucknell-faculty lead study abroad course in which students experience the global and societal context of engineering including the impact of traditions, customs and culture on engineering.

http://www.bucknell.edu/ENGR290

Offices

Events Management Office

The mission of the Events Management Office is to provide high quality services in event management, scheduling and transportation, and to provide a general information center to the University. The office actively promotes the use of University venues to outside groups and organizations, providing high quality conferencing services, utilizing Bucknell's facilities and service departments efficiently and to the greatest extent possible.

http://www.bucknell.edu/Events

Contact

Elaine Langone Center, Room 265
570.577.3095
gina.stockdale@bucknell.edu

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