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Concentration vs. Major

yadlinyadlin Registered User Posts: 64 Junior Member
edited September 2007 in Williams College
I'm really interested in everything about Williams (the small size, community atmosphere, liberal arts curriculum, etc) but I would like to do International Studies, and I noticed that the website didn't list IS as a major at Williams. There is a "concentration" for IS though. What does this mean?? Also, if I wanted to do some kind of international studies major that isn't offered, is there an opportunity to design a major?
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