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  • The Carthage Plan

    You will need 138 credits to graduate from Carthage — but that’s just a number. Earning a degree from Carthage is about much more than checking off a list of requirements.

    Earning a degree from Carthage is about receiving individual attention from professors at the top of their fields, in classes that may have just a handful of other students. It’s about tackling topics from new directions — and in new places, through offerings like the Carthage Symposium and January Term.

    It’s about studying the cultural foundations upon which societies are built, through Western Heritage and Global Heritage seminars. It’s about learning to solve problems by conducting your own original research and analysis, and then communicating your findings to others.

    It’s about transforming from a good student into a great scholar.