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Fisk University Academic Excellence
From its founding in 1866, academic excellence has been the hallmark of Fisk University, one of the foremost research and teaching universities in the United States. Fisk offers its students an exceptional curriculum and dynamic learning and mentoring experiences with an award-winning, professionally renowned faculty.
School Of Humanities & Behavioral Social Sciences
The disciplines of Psychology, English, Music, Political Science, Sociology, History, Art, and Languages comprise the Department of Humanities & Behavioral Sciences.
School Of Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Learn more about our school as well as our undergraduate and graduate offerings.
School Of Graduate Studies
Learn more about our graduate offerings and special academic partnerships.
- Masters In Biology
- Masters In Chemistry
- Masters In Executive Leadership
- Masters in Clinical Psychology
- Masters in General Psychology
- Masters in Healthcare Management
- Master's In Physics
- Master's Social Justice
- Fisk-Vanderbilt Masters-PhD Bridge Program
- Fisk-UIUC Bridge Program
- Fisk-TSU-Illinois PREM Program
Special Academic Programs
The honors program is designed for students who have demonstrated academic capability.
Learn about Fisk's Distance Education opportunities.
Academic Excellence & Student Performance
Support for students experiencing academic difficulty.
Fisk Altitude Achievement Missile Team
Inspiring young students in urban environments to become young scholars in STEM.
Get information on the Federal LEAD Programs at Fisk.
Learn more about Fisk Summer Programs, Mini-College and Talented Tenth.
Learn about Fisk's pre-professional program options.
Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP)
Fisk University's proposed Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) is Tech Promise: Computational Thinking across the curriculum. In this initiative, the students of all majors will take a course related to computational thinking in Freshman year.
The CORE Curriculum provides a pedagogical framework for students to develop their skills in becoming competent, resourceful, global leaders. The curriculum explicitly teaches critical thinking in the humanities and social and natural sciences. The curriculum reinforces respect for diverse viewpoints and ethical values in the academy. Students develop effective problem solving skills for addressing real world problems, and intellectual humility through service learning. Students engage in quantitative and qualitative research in the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities as they understand the complexities of the human condition.
Maintain the safety, health and the protection of the environment within the disciple of natural sciences.
We have designed a Sample Syllabus with selected elements of an effective syllabus, as well as recommended language related to University policies and resources for students. Although it is a syllabus for a particular course, the format can be adapted to probably most any other courses.
The Fisk University Substantive Change Compliance Policy applies to each academic unit and department within Fisk and is mandatory. Within academic areas, such changes can originate with (1) individual or groups of faculty members, (2) department committees, (3) Department Chairs, (4) Deans, (5) Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, (6) Faculty Assembly, or (7) any other area reporting to the Provost.