PLS Major

Todd Boruff | Oct. 14, 2013 | Notre Dame College of Arts and Letters

Notre Dame's Program of Liberal Studies offers an integrated liberal arts education, with courses in the fine arts, history, literature, philosophy, science, and theology, and is rooted in the Great Books tradition with its seminar method of teaching.

At the core of the Program's undergraduate curriculum are the Great Books seminars, in which small classes of 12-16 students meet twice weekly to study and discuss major texts from the Western and, to a limited extent, Eastern traditions. Parallel to the seminar, PLS students take a required sequence of tutorials that offer deeper, more focused explorations in literature, philosophy, science, theology, political theory, the fine arts, and intellectual and cultural history.

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