The Strategy, Leadership and Analytics Minor prepares students to be leaders who can manage the dynamics of rapidly changing marketplaces and adapt strategically and creatively for future careers.
The Creative Industries certificate focuses on the entrepreneurial aspects of making a living as a creative professional. Understanding the critical importance of strategy, leadership, and analytics, the certificate provides a charted path through our Strategy, Leadership, and Analytics Minor electives, complemented by a series of courses for working professionals in creative fields and industries.
Undergraduate students at Tulane can earn a certificate in Gender-Based Violence through the School of Liberal Arts. Many students already dedicate time to working on the issue outside of class through service as members of Sexual Aggression Peer Hotline and Education (SAPHE) or as Peer Health Educators (TUPHEs), as members of the All In student coalition, or as interns in the Title IX office, or at The Well. This certificate offers a curricular complement to that work. Those in human resources, law, counseling, and medical professions (nurses, doctors, physical therapists, dentists) all engage with victims/survivors of gender-based violence and could benefit from this certificate program. Contact Faculty Director Lisa Wade, Ph.D. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Altman Program in International Studies & Business is a special four-year undergraduate program that integrates liberal arts and business disciplines, extensive language instruction, and two study abroad experiences. Altman Scholars earn two degrees - a B.A. from the School of Liberal Arts and a B.S.M. from the A. B. Freeman School of Business.
The Creative Premedical Scholars Program seeks students who want to major in the liberal arts at Tulane and pursue a career in medicine after graduation.
This program allows Tulane students to receive the BA/BS and JD degrees in six years.