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College of Arts and Science students attended one of the two college meetings on June 30, 2020. Students will also attended a major meeting on July 1, 2020.
Arts and sciences graduates have enjoyed the largest growth in employment and pay in the last three decades. Statistics continue to show that their lifetime earnings match or surpass peers in what are regarded as “high earning fields.” This is because modern jobs require a diverse mix of skills and technical proficiencies, and that is exactly what we cultivate.
Our curricula incorporate four key pillars to prepare graduates for the demands of an evolving job market and world:
- Applied and experiential learning
- 21st-century professional skills & literacies
- Integrated and interdisciplinary thinking
- 360-degree advising structure