The department offers programs leading to Master’s and Ph.D. degrees.
Dartmouth College today is considered one of the best in the US and the world of higher education, is part of the legendary Ivy League - the community of America's most prestigious, elite universities. Distinctive features of the college are strong humanitarian bachelor programs and excellent master's programs, which are research in the field of humanities and natural sciences.
The college was founded in 1769 by the forces of the priest Eleazar Vilok - he wanted to educate English and American youth, as well as attract young people of Indian descent who had lived in this land for centuries. In 1972, the college began to accept girls (introduced a joint form of training), and in 2004 the university was named one of the most reliable in the world (according to the consulting firm Allen Hamilton).
It is worth mentioning the famous "The Case of Dartmouth College" (thundered in 1819), associated with attempts to nationalize the educational institution. Today, this legal precedent is considered one of the main provisions for the prohibition (on the basis of the Constitution) of government intervention in the private affairs of educational institutions - the administration of Dartmouth College was able to defend its independence, the ability to independently draft the rules and regulations, and avoid total control by the state.