Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations
The Program in Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations offers an
interdisciplinary major that explores the worlds of the ancient
Greeks, Romans, and Jews, and the civilizations of the Christians
and Muslims in their formative periods.
Classical Legacy Program
The Classical Legacy
Program provides basic courses on the literature, art,
thought and history of ancient Greece and Rome and what the legacy
of Greece and Rome has meant to succeeding ages.
Europe is an interdisciplinary program in the School of
Humanities, which links the study of the humanities and human
sciences to contemporary debates in public policy.
The George R.
Brown Forensic Society is Rice University's competitive
intercollegiate speech and debate team. Founded in 1984, the
society replaced the original Rice Forensic Society, which existed
from 1954 to 1964. The team represents Rice by competing in speech
and debate tournaments throughout the United States.
Jewish Studies is
an interdisciplinary field that encompasses the texts, history,
languages, philosophy and culture of Jews and Judaism as they have
endured over three millenia and throughout the world.
Medical Humanities is a collaboration between Rice's School of
Humanities and Baylor's Center for Medical Ethics and Health
Policy. Interdisciplinary undergraduate courses will be
offered which relate to medical education and practice.
Medieval Studies is a program that is designed to allow
students to obtain an overview of vital aspects of medieval
learning, arts, languages, and cultures, while also specializing in
a traditional discipline or area.
Poverty, Social Justice and Human
Social Justice and Human Capabilities Program aims to give
students a rigorous understanding of human well-being, both in the
US and internationally.