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Carleton is a small, liberal arts college offering 32 different majors and 17 interdisciplinary concentrations, and is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools The academic calendar is unusual in that it follows a trimester system not commonly seen in institutions of higher learning, where students usually take 3 classes per term.
In order to graduate with a degree from Carleton, students must take classes in a first year Argument & Inquiry Seminar, a writing course, three quantitative reasoning encounters, language, international studies, intercultural domestic studies, humanistic inquiry, literary/artistic inquiry, arts practice, natural science, formal or statistical reasoning, social inquiry, and physical educationThe average class size at Carleton is 17, in which 22.3% of all classes have 2-9 students, 48.6% have 10-19 students, and 19.8% have over 20-29 students, and 9.3% have 30+ students. The most popular areas of study are biology, political science & international relations, economics, chemistry, psychology, English, and computer science, respectively.
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