New Huron Programs:
Huron and Harvard HBX CORe
As the only HBX CORe partner in Ontario, Huron students can earn a Credential of Readiness from Harvard’s Business School. This online program is a great opportunity for students from any Huron program to learn the fundamentals of business, while working on real-world challenges with peers and business leaders. This program, delivered directly from Harvard’s Business School, has full funding opportunities for Huron students.
For more information see: www.huronuc.ca/hbxcore.
Governance, Leadership & Ethics
Huron’s new Major in Governance, Leadership & Ethics is a multidisciplinary program that integrates teaching, research and experiential learning to provide students with the intellectual depth and perspective to both understand contemporary governance challenges and contribute ethical leadership within their communities and society.
Huron’s joint Minor in Public History is the only undergraduate Public History program in Canada. It focuses on the skills needed for doing historical work outside academia – such as in government, private corporations, the media, in films, on websites, in historical fiction, in museums and in popular books and magazines, among others. It is supported by Huron’s established strengths in community-based and active history, and our partnerships with museums, heritage organizations, libraries and archives.
Global Health Studies
The Centre for Global Studies at Huron offers an Honors Specialization in Global Health Studies. This unique program is for students seeking further study and careers in global development, community development, humanitarian relief, human rights protection and global health itself.
Philosophy in Commerce
This new Major in Philosophy provides an opportunity for Huron students interested in business to familiarize themselves with issues relevant to the business world, but that arise out of the discipline of philosophy. Examples include business ethics, philosophy of risk and theories of property.
Introduction to Modern Jewish Thought is a new, first-year course designed to give students the chance to sample the kind of material offered in a Jewish Studies Major or Minor. It looks at recent Jewish philosophical self-understandings, and contemporary Jewish biblical scholarship dealing with moral issues, such as sexuality, reproductive issues, the position of women, capital punishment and the environment.