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Curriculum overview

The four year Fulbright education fosters creative, adaptive thinkers to build a humane and sustainable future.  Fulbright’s whole-person education framework grounds teaching and learning in academic rigor, skill development, and personal and social awareness.

Come explore the world and your potential through our innovative liberal arts curriculum: the Fulbright liberal arts education prepares you with a versatile, global perspective to succeed in Vietnam and beyond.

Bridge Program

Jump start your learning with the Bridge program

The Bridge program is an optional summer intensive 6 week course that equips new Fulbright students with the academic skills and language skills needed for a smooth and successful transition and participation in the academic program at Fulbright.

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The Core Curriculum

Your broad foundation in a community of learning

From the summer Bridge transition program through the shared Core Curriculum, you’ll establish a strong foundation in academic skills, develop a sense of independent inquiry, and discover new intellectual passions.

Experience the five-course Core Curriculum together with dedicated faculty, exploring beyond disciplinary boundaries in a supportive, collaborative learning environment. Through the Core Curriculum, you’ll join students, faculty, and alumni in cultivating Fulbright’s unique intellectual culture.

This innovative five-course sequence of interdisciplinary classes constitutes the distinctive Fulbright approach to general education:

Exploratory courses and Elective courses may count towards the Major requirements once the major has been declared.

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Exploratory Courses

Beyond the Core: Exploring your Major

While completing the Core in your first two years, you’ll choose 8 Exploratory courses across four different areas of study to broaden your exposure to different modes of thought.

These courses represent an introduction to different majors and specially designed approaches to subjects for non-specialists; you may begin experimenting with your potential major through these Exploratory courses in these four areas: Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, Sciences and Engineering and Mathematics and Computing.

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The Majors

Add depth, complexity and a specialization to your education

After discovering and exploring your intellectual talents and interests in the first two years, Fulbright majors offer you the opportunity for deeper study of a particular subject. Fulbright’s majors are based on the rigorous skills training and critical inquiry fostered in the Core, where we encourage you to pursue your intellectual interests with the guidance of expert faculty.

In consultation with a faculty advisor, you’ll choose a major at the end of your second year. Each major provides a carefully scaffolded progression of courses that grounds you in the discipline’s fundamentals and eventually trains you to attain a high level of expertise.

Once you have selected a major, you may also choose to double major, or add up to two minors. You may also pursue independent capstone research with a faculty member in the final year.

Fulbright offers majors in the Humanities, the Social Sciences, Sciences and Engineering, and Mathematics and Computing. Many of our majors are interdisciplinary, including our unique Integrated Science, Art and Media Studies, and Vietnam Studies majors.

Fulbright graduates have taken their skills to top employers in Vietnam like Boston Consulting Group, MoMo, and Zalo Pay, and have been accepted to MA and PhD programs in the Netherlands, Germany, and the United States.

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We offer a diverse variety of academic programes for students to explore during their time at Fulbright. At the end of their second year, each student selects a major and has the option of choosing a minor as well.

    Applied Mathematics

    Applied Mathematics is the study and application of mathematical concepts and methods to solve complex problems in a wide range of areas such as natural science, engineering, architecture, business, industry and even psychology and social science. Its omnipresent power to deliver optimum answers is felt and enjoyed in many aspects of life from apparently simple activities such as booking a Grab trip and using the suggestion feature of Netflix to grander-scale projects such as bridge building and sending satellites into space. A close-knit family with data science and artificial intelligence, Applied Mathematics unleashes the enormous computing power that could solve unlimited conventional and unconventional problems that arise from natural phenomena and social needs.

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    Art and Media Studies

    The Art and Media Studies major is an interdisciplinary program that teaches students to combine theory and practice in their study and production of the arts. By emphasizing a theoretically rigorous and socially engaged approach to the examination of aesthetic expression, students learn how the arts serve as an important tool for inquiry into the human condition, and as alever to transform the contemporary world.

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    Computer Science

    The Computer Science major prepares students with an adaptable skill set to respond to the astonishing speed of technological change and develop solutions for the problems of today and tomorrow. Using a student-centered, interdisciplinary, and future-focused approach, the Computer Science major aims to educate the next generation of local leaders who will make a meaningful and lasting societal impact both in Vietnam – one of the most quickly emerging and innovative technology economies in the world – and beyond.

    Find out more
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    Economics

    The Economics major provides students with the knowledge necessary to be an engaged participants in the private and public sector, both within and beyond Vietnam’s borders. Economics studies the decisions that individuals, companies, communities, and countries make about the allocation of time, money, and resources. The ways that these decisions are made and how their outcomes affect society raise crucial questions about efficiency and fairness that compel students to think about economics across disciplines within specific historical, political, and cultural contexts.

    Find out more
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    History

    History prepares students to be engaged citizens of Vietnam and the world. By studying history, students explore the human experience from multiple perspectives, interpret past events and examine their causes, trace the development of civilizations and cultures, and gain insight into the political, social, and economic structures that continue to shape our present.

    Find out more
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    Human-Centered Engineering

    Engineering is a distinctive career path at Fulbright University Vietnam, a liberal arts university. In their typical jobs, engineers apply creatively the principles of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to invent, design, build, maintain and improve things to help solve human beings’ problems as well as improve their quality of living.

    Find out more
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    Integrated Sciences

    The Integrated Sciences major is a single, comprehensive program comprising a variety of fields, including Biology, Chemistry, and Environmental Science. Today’s most urgent scientific problems – from climate change to public health – require an integrated approach. Introducing multiple pathways in the natural science and emphasizing real-world experience, the Integrated Sciences major prepares students for careers as responsible and innovative scientific leaders and to seek interconnected solutions informed by several scientific disciplines.

    Find out more
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    Literature

    Literature constitutes a rich and diverse record of human thought and experience: imaginative, ethical, philosophical, and political. Emphasizing historical and transnational breadth in literary studies and employing critical, comparative, digital, and historicist methods, the Literature major embraces the range and reach of global literary thought from the vantage of Vietnamese and Southeast Asian cultures and traditions.

    Find out more
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    Psychology

    The Psychology major aims to develop students capable of understanding the complex issues that individuals, groups and communities face and the behavioral solutions to improve society. With a focus on the scientific understanding of the human mind and behavior, the Psychology major provides a broad-based education that complements other fields such as the arts, computing, economics, education, healthcare, and business management.

    Find out more
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    Social Studies

    The Social Studies major provides a liberal arts approach to the empirical study of Society. This major provides training that is thematically broad, methodologically mixed, and analytically rigorous in its approaches. Students in this interdisciplinary major work across a variety of disciplines including anthropology, sociology and political science, to address big problems across modern societies.

    Find out more
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    Vietnam Studies

    Students of Vietnam Studies will explore and engage with “Vietnam” through time and space, in regional and global contexts, and from transdisciplinary perspectives. As a branch of area studies, Vietnam Studies offers a starting point from which to proceed beyond national boundaries and to address comparative research areas, agendas, and questions.

    Find out more
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We offer a diverse variety of academic programs for students to explore during their time at Fulbright. At the end of their second year, each student selects a major and has the option of choosing a minor as well.

    Art and Media Studies

    The Art and Media Studies major is an interdisciplinary program that teaches students to combine theory and practice in their study and production of the arts. By emphasizing a theoretically rigorous and socially engaged approach to the examination of aesthetic expression, students learn how the arts serve as an important tool for inquiry into the human condition, and as alever to transform the contemporary world.

    Find out more
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    History

    History prepares students to be engaged citizens of Vietnam and the world. By studying history, students explore the human experience from multiple perspectives, interpret past events and examine their causes, trace the development of civilizations and cultures, and gain insight into the political, social, and economic structures that continue to shape our present.

    Find out more
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    Literature

    Literature constitutes a rich and diverse record of human thought and experience: imaginative, ethical, philosophical, and political. Emphasizing historical and transnational breadth in literary studies and employing critical, comparative, digital, and historicist methods, the Literature major embraces the range and reach of global literary thought from the vantage of Vietnamese and Southeast Asian cultures and traditions.

    Find out more
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    Vietnam Studies

    Students of Vietnam Studies will explore and engage with “Vietnam” through time and space, in regional and global contexts, and from transdisciplinary perspectives. As a branch of area studies, Vietnam Studies offers a starting point from which to proceed beyond national boundaries and to address comparative research areas, agendas, and questions.

    Find out more
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We offer a diverse variety of academic programs for students to explore during their time at Fulbright. At the end of their second year, each student selects a major and has the option of choosing a minor as well.

    Applied Mathematics

    Applied Mathematics is the study and application of mathematical concepts and methods to solve complex problems in a wide range of areas such as natural science, engineering, architecture, business, industry and even psychology and social science. Its omnipresent power to deliver optimum answers is felt and enjoyed in many aspects of life from apparently simple activities such as booking a Grab trip and using the suggestion feature of Netflix to grander-scale projects such as bridge building and sending satellites into space. A close-knit family with data science and artificial intelligence, Applied Mathematics unleashes the enormous computing power that could solve unlimited conventional and unconventional problems that arise from natural phenomena and social needs.

    Find out more
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    Computer Science

    The Computer Science major prepares students with an adaptable skill set to respond to the astonishing speed of technological change and develop solutions for the problems of today and tomorrow. Using a student-centered, interdisciplinary, and future-focused approach, the Computer Science major aims to educate the next generation of local leaders who will make a meaningful and lasting societal impact both in Vietnam – one of the most quickly emerging and innovative technology economies in the world – and beyond.

    Find out more
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We offer a diverse variety of academic programs for students to explore during their time at Fulbright. At the end of their second year, each student selects a major and has the option of choosing a minor as well.

    Human-Centered Engineering

    Engineering is a distinctive career path at Fulbright University Vietnam, a liberal arts university. In their typical jobs, engineers apply creatively the principles of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to invent, design, build, maintain and improve things to help solve human beings’ problems as well as improve their quality of living.

    Find out more
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We offer a diverse variety of academic programs for students to explore during their time at Fulbright. At the end of their second year, each student selects a major and has the option of choosing a minor as well.

    Economics

    The Economics major provides students with the knowledge necessary to be an engaged participants in the private and public sector, both within and beyond Vietnam’s borders. Economics studies the decisions that individuals, companies, communities, and countries make about the allocation of time, money, and resources. The ways that these decisions are made and how their outcomes affect society raise crucial questions about efficiency and fairness that compel students to think about economics across disciplines within specific historical, political, and cultural contexts.

    Find out more
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    History

    History prepares students to be engaged citizens of Vietnam and the world. By studying history, students explore the human experience from multiple perspectives, interpret past events and examine their causes, trace the development of civilizations and cultures, and gain insight into the political, social, and economic structures that continue to shape our present.

    Find out more
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    Psychology

    The Psychology major aims to develop students capable of understanding the complex issues that individuals, groups and communities face and the behavioral solutions to improve society. With a focus on the scientific understanding of the human mind and behavior, the Psychology major provides a broad-based education that complements other fields such as the arts, computing, economics, education, healthcare, and business management.

    Find out more
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    Social Studies

    The Social Studies major provides a liberal arts approach to the empirical study of Society. This major provides training that is thematically broad, methodologically mixed, and analytically rigorous in its approaches. Students in this interdisciplinary major work across a variety of disciplines including anthropology, sociology and political science, to address big problems across modern societies.

    Find out more
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    Vietnam Studies

    Students of Vietnam Studies will explore and engage with “Vietnam” through time and space, in regional and global contexts, and from transdisciplinary perspectives. As a branch of area studies, Vietnam Studies offers a starting point from which to proceed beyond national boundaries and to address comparative research areas, agendas, and questions.

    Find out more
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We offer a diverse variety of academic programes for students to explore during their time at Fulbright. At the end of their second year, each student selects a major and has the option of choosing a minor as well.

    Applied Mathematics

    Applied Mathematics is the study and application of mathematical concepts and methods to solve complex problems in a wide range of areas such as natural science, engineering, architecture, business, industry and even psychology and social science. Its omnipresent power to deliver optimum answers is felt and enjoyed in many aspects of life from apparently simple activities such as booking a Grab trip and using the suggestion feature of Netflix to grander-scale projects such as bridge building and sending satellites into space. A close-knit family with data science and artificial intelligence, Applied Mathematics unleashes the enormous computing power that could solve unlimited conventional and unconventional problems that arise from natural phenomena and social needs.

    Find out more
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    Art and Media Studies

    The Art and Media Studies major is an interdisciplinary program that teaches students to combine theory and practice in their study and production of the arts. By emphasizing a theoretically rigorous and socially engaged approach to the examination of aesthetic expression, students learn how the arts serve as an important tool for inquiry into the human condition, and as alever to transform the contemporary world.

    Find out more
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    Computer Science

    The Computer Science major prepares students with an adaptable skill set to respond to the astonishing speed of technological change and develop solutions for the problems of today and tomorrow. Using a student-centered, interdisciplinary, and future-focused approach, the Computer Science major aims to educate the next generation of local leaders who will make a meaningful and lasting societal impact both in Vietnam – one of the most quickly emerging and innovative technology economies in the world – and beyond.

    Find out more
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    Economics

    The Economics major provides students with the knowledge necessary to be an engaged participants in the private and public sector, both within and beyond Vietnam’s borders. Economics studies the decisions that individuals, companies, communities, and countries make about the allocation of time, money, and resources. The ways that these decisions are made and how their outcomes affect society raise crucial questions about efficiency and fairness that compel students to think about economics across disciplines within specific historical, political, and cultural contexts.

    Find out more
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    History

    History prepares students to be engaged citizens of Vietnam and the world. By studying history, students explore the human experience from multiple perspectives, interpret past events and examine their causes, trace the development of civilizations and cultures, and gain insight into the political, social, and economic structures that continue to shape our present.

    Find out more
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    Human-Centered Engineering

    Engineering is a distinctive career path at Fulbright University Vietnam, a liberal arts university. In their typical jobs, engineers apply creatively the principles of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to invent, design, build, maintain and improve things to help solve human beings’ problems as well as improve their quality of living.

    Find out more
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    Integrated Sciences

    The Integrated Sciences major is a single, comprehensive program comprising a variety of fields, including Biology, Chemistry, and Environmental Science. Today’s most urgent scientific problems – from climate change to public health – require an integrated approach. Introducing multiple pathways in the natural science and emphasizing real-world experience, the Integrated Sciences major prepares students for careers as responsible and innovative scientific leaders and to seek interconnected solutions informed by several scientific disciplines.

    Find out more
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    Literature

    Literature constitutes a rich and diverse record of human thought and experience: imaginative, ethical, philosophical, and political. Emphasizing historical and transnational breadth in literary studies and employing critical, comparative, digital, and historicist methods, the Literature major embraces the range and reach of global literary thought from the vantage of Vietnamese and Southeast Asian cultures and traditions.

    Find out more
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    Psychology

    The Psychology major aims to develop students capable of understanding the complex issues that individuals, groups and communities face and the behavioral solutions to improve society. With a focus on the scientific understanding of the human mind and behavior, the Psychology major provides a broad-based education that complements other fields such as the arts, computing, economics, education, healthcare, and business management.

    Find out more
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    Social Studies

    The Social Studies major provides a liberal arts approach to the empirical study of Society. This major provides training that is thematically broad, methodologically mixed, and analytically rigorous in its approaches. Students in this interdisciplinary major work across a variety of disciplines including anthropology, sociology and political science, to address big problems across modern societies.

    Find out more
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    Vietnam Studies

    Students of Vietnam Studies will explore and engage with “Vietnam” through time and space, in regional and global contexts, and from transdisciplinary perspectives. As a branch of area studies, Vietnam Studies offers a starting point from which to proceed beyond national boundaries and to address comparative research areas, agendas, and questions.

    Find out more
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We offer a diverse variety of academic programs for students to explore during their time at Fulbright. At the end of their second year, each student selects a major and has the option of choosing a minor as well.

    Art and Media Studies

    The Art and Media Studies major is an interdisciplinary program that teaches students to combine theory and practice in their study and production of the arts. By emphasizing a theoretically rigorous and socially engaged approach to the examination of aesthetic expression, students learn how the arts serve as an important tool for inquiry into the human condition, and as alever to transform the contemporary world.

    Find out more
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    History

    History prepares students to be engaged citizens of Vietnam and the world. By studying history, students explore the human experience from multiple perspectives, interpret past events and examine their causes, trace the development of civilizations and cultures, and gain insight into the political, social, and economic structures that continue to shape our present.

    Find out more
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    Literature

    Literature constitutes a rich and diverse record of human thought and experience: imaginative, ethical, philosophical, and political. Emphasizing historical and transnational breadth in literary studies and employing critical, comparative, digital, and historicist methods, the Literature major embraces the range and reach of global literary thought from the vantage of Vietnamese and Southeast Asian cultures and traditions.

    Find out more
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    Vietnam Studies

    Students of Vietnam Studies will explore and engage with “Vietnam” through time and space, in regional and global contexts, and from transdisciplinary perspectives. As a branch of area studies, Vietnam Studies offers a starting point from which to proceed beyond national boundaries and to address comparative research areas, agendas, and questions.

    Find out more
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We offer a diverse variety of academic programs for students to explore during their time at Fulbright. At the end of their second year, each student selects a major and has the option of choosing a minor as well.

    Applied Mathematics

    Applied Mathematics is the study and application of mathematical concepts and methods to solve complex problems in a wide range of areas such as natural science, engineering, architecture, business, industry and even psychology and social science. Its omnipresent power to deliver optimum answers is felt and enjoyed in many aspects of life from apparently simple activities such as booking a Grab trip and using the suggestion feature of Netflix to grander-scale projects such as bridge building and sending satellites into space. A close-knit family with data science and artificial intelligence, Applied Mathematics unleashes the enormous computing power that could solve unlimited conventional and unconventional problems that arise from natural phenomena and social needs.

    Find out more
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    Computer Science

    The Computer Science major prepares students with an adaptable skill set to respond to the astonishing speed of technological change and develop solutions for the problems of today and tomorrow. Using a student-centered, interdisciplinary, and future-focused approach, the Computer Science major aims to educate the next generation of local leaders who will make a meaningful and lasting societal impact both in Vietnam – one of the most quickly emerging and innovative technology economies in the world – and beyond.

    Find out more
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We offer a diverse variety of academic programs for students to explore during their time at Fulbright. At the end of their second year, each student selects a major and has the option of choosing a minor as well.

    Human-Centered Engineering

    Engineering is a distinctive career path at Fulbright University Vietnam, a liberal arts university. In their typical jobs, engineers apply creatively the principles of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to invent, design, build, maintain and improve things to help solve human beings’ problems as well as improve their quality of living.

    Find out more
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We offer a diverse variety of academic programs for students to explore during their time at Fulbright. At the end of their second year, each student selects a major and has the option of choosing a minor as well.

    Economics

    The Economics major provides students with the knowledge necessary to be an engaged participants in the private and public sector, both within and beyond Vietnam’s borders. Economics studies the decisions that individuals, companies, communities, and countries make about the allocation of time, money, and resources. The ways that these decisions are made and how their outcomes affect society raise crucial questions about efficiency and fairness that compel students to think about economics across disciplines within specific historical, political, and cultural contexts.

    Find out more
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    History

    History prepares students to be engaged citizens of Vietnam and the world. By studying history, students explore the human experience from multiple perspectives, interpret past events and examine their causes, trace the development of civilizations and cultures, and gain insight into the political, social, and economic structures that continue to shape our present.

    Find out more
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    Psychology

    The Psychology major aims to develop students capable of understanding the complex issues that individuals, groups and communities face and the behavioral solutions to improve society. With a focus on the scientific understanding of the human mind and behavior, the Psychology major provides a broad-based education that complements other fields such as the arts, computing, economics, education, healthcare, and business management.

    Find out more
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    Social Studies

    The Social Studies major provides a liberal arts approach to the empirical study of Society. This major provides training that is thematically broad, methodologically mixed, and analytically rigorous in its approaches. Students in this interdisciplinary major work across a variety of disciplines including anthropology, sociology and political science, to address big problems across modern societies.

    Find out more
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    Vietnam Studies

    Students of Vietnam Studies will explore and engage with “Vietnam” through time and space, in regional and global contexts, and from transdisciplinary perspectives. As a branch of area studies, Vietnam Studies offers a starting point from which to proceed beyond national boundaries and to address comparative research areas, agendas, and questions.

    Find out more
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  • Experience a transformative 4-year education

    At Fulbright, our unique foundational curriculum prepares you broadly to choose your specialization in a Major. Free electives and experiential learning opportunities supplement your progress in the Major and optional Minor, allowing you to personalize your learning journey.

    By building from a base of ideas and skills to mastery in a specific area, Fulbright provides you with the best preparation for a changing world: learning how to learn.

    Before Year 1

    Optional Bridge Program
    Year 1 Build your foundational knowledge
    • Core Courses
    • Exploratory Courses*
    Declare your Major dot
    Year 3 Concentrate your learning
    • Major Courses
    • Electives
    • Exchanges and Study Abroad
    Year 2 Explore your interest areas
    • Exploratory Courses*
    • Elective Courses*
    Add your second Major or a Minor (optional) dot
    Year 4 Complete your Major
    Your graduation dot

    Make an impact

    • Major Courses
    • Electives
    • Capstone Project (optional)

    *Exploratory courses and Elective courses may count towards the Major requirements once the major has been declared.

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  • Your learning outcomes

    Fulbright is committed to preparing you with the ability to apply knowledge, skills and mindsets essential for success in new and complex real-world environments.

    Specifically, Fulbright uses a whole-person education framework that grounds teaching and learning in academic rigor, skill development, and personal and social awareness.

    Within this framework, Fulbrighters are prepared for twenty-first century challenges, become lifelong learners, and aspire to make positive impacts on their communities.

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    Students will acquire the knowledge of human perspectives and the natural world through:

    • Foundational education in the liberal arts that leads to specialized studies in different majors, including arts, sciences, and engineering.
    • Focused studies on important questions, using well-honed methods of thinking across disciplines to address complex twenty-first century challenges.
    • An emphasis on the local challenges and opportunities for the development of Vietnam in a global context.

    Students will develop the following four intellectual and practical competencies for future success:

    • Innovative and Creative Thinking — The capacity to combine or synthesize existing ideas, images, or expertise in original ways characterized by a high degree of innovation, divergent thinking, and risk taking.
    • Reasoning — A systematic process of exploring issues, questions, or objects through careful analysis of evidence resulting in informed conclusions or judgments.
    • Critical Thinking — A habit of mind characterized by the comprehensive exploration of issues, opinions, ideas, and events as a mechanism for formulating a conclusion.
    • Effective Communication — A purposeful presentation to increase knowledge, to foster understanding, or to promote change in the listeners’ attitudes, values, beliefs, or behaviors.

    Students will form positive attitudes that foster lifelong learning and commitment to society as good citizens through the following associated competencies:

    • Civic Engagement — To make a difference in the civic life of our communities through activities of personal and public concern that are both individually life enriching and socially beneficial.
    • Lifelong Learning — Skills for purposeful learning, undertaken on an ongoing basis with the aim of enhancing knowledge.
    • Ethical Reasoning — Inquiring about human conduct through assessment of personal values and the social context of problems. Students will also recognize ethical issues in a variety of settings, dilemmas, and ramifications of one’s actions.
    • Collaboration — Behaviors to successfully function as part of a team including interaction, effort, and quality of input.
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Psychology

With a focus on the scientific understanding of the human mind and behavior, Psychology is critical for a broad-based education that can complement other fields such as the arts, computing, economics, education, healthcare, and management.
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Arts and Media Studies

The Art and Media Studies major offers a theoretically rigorous and socially engaged approach to the examination of aesthetic expression, situating the arts as an important tool for inquiry into the human condition and as a lever to transform the contemporary world.
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Computer Science

Using a student-centered, interdisciplinary, and future-focused approach, the Computer Science major aims to educate the next generation of local leaders who will make a meaningful and lasting societal impact both in Vietnam and beyond.
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