This degree can help prepare you for a position in business, industry, government, education, medicine, law, international relations, or other fields. Graduates of the program have pursued careers in science writing, management, international business, government, ministry, communications, public relations, and intercultural affairs. In addition, graduates will also be well prepared for entrance into graduate or professional schools.
While no internships are required for this program, students are encouraged to seek internship opportunities (in the college and local community.) Students may use up to 6 credits of internship [295, 395, and 495] toward the degree. The 400 level capstone course provides an excellent opportunity for Internships and undergraduate research.
- Letters Arts and Sciences