A Scripps education begins with the Core Curriculum in Interdisciplinary Humanities, the College’s signature, interdisciplinary approach to learning, and concludes with the required senior thesis or project.
Core is a three-semester interdisciplinary program that provides a common academic experience for all students.
Students can explore 50 majors available on the Scripps campus and more through The Claremont Colleges.
Students work closely with advising professors on their research paper, project, or performance.
Outside the Classroom
Students are encouraged to transform their classroom learning into action through our study abroad program, research with faculty, and internship opportunities.
A unique academic opportunity where Scripps students can extend the critical inquiries begun in the classroom to a semester of learning in one of more than 40 countries.
Students are able to engage in research in their field of discovery – often at the graduate level – with faculty.
More than 86% of Scripps students have held at least one internship, a critical form of experiential learning outside the classroom.
Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program
The Scripps Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program offers motivated women and men the opportunity to complete the requisite science courses to successfully pursue a career in medicine in 13 months.