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RCAH's unique and rigorous curriculum prepares students to create a better world by exploring diverse ideas, engaging in hands-on creative practices, and working with the community around them. For a list of current RCAH courses, click here.

Core Courses

The RCAH core curriculum consists of an introductory course, two writing and research courses, a course on world culture, and an introductory course in each of the four pathways. As a whole, the core curriculum blends history, ethics, culture, and the arts with selected topics and projects, providing a comprehensive foundation in skills for reading, writing, and research methods.

RCAH Pathways

Each RCAH student will decide while of the following pathways they would like to pursue in the second half of their program:

  • Arts Pathway
  • Community Engagement Pathway
  • Humanities Pathway
  • Language and Culture Pathway

Senior Capstone

All students will complete their RCAH requirements with a senior capstone course (RCAH 492) which integrates their learning from their foundation course up through their selected pathway.

Experiential Learning

RCAH promotes students to engage in active learning, through internships, undergraduate research, advanced community engagement projects, education abroad, and gaining language proficiency.