The School’s curriculum consists of General Courses and Major Courses and includes Seminars that students take during each of their four years of study.
General Courses are largely divided into three areas: Career Planning, Academic Skills for the Age of Globalization, and Liberal Arts.
Major Courses consist of three types of courses: Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced. GBC Course titles are here.
Students take a seminar in each semester of their four years of study. Due to the small class size, students can more easily participate actively in class, presenting material and leading discussions, under the direction of a professor.
For acquiring basic academic skills
For identifying, analyzing, and exploring solutions to problems and issues
For learning how to communicate and work in a team
For studying specialized fields and methodologies
For carrying out academic research
For presenting your research and making an oral defense