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Graduates with degrees in arts and sciences have enjoyed the largest growth in employment and pay in the past three decades. This is because modern jobs require a diverse mix of skills and technical proficiencies, and that is exactly what we cultivate. Our curricula incorporate 4 key pillars to prepare graduates for the demands of an evolving job market and ever-changing world. We emphasize applied and experiential learning, 21st-century professional skills and literacies, integrated and interdisciplinary thinking, and a 360-degree advising structure.


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Featured Classes

BIO 385, 491-4: Explorations in Biology and Independent Study in the Biological Sciences

For an overview of Experiential Learning in the Department of Biological Sciences, Click here. BIO 385 is a hybrid course…

GDD175: Games For All

Jonah Warren
Games For All is a course open to all students (no prerequisites) who are curious about making their own games.…

GDD314: VR/AR Development for Games

Jonah Warren
Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality for Games is a course designed to teach students how to create experiences for augmented…

GDD320: Cross Collaboration

Cross Collaboration is a 1 to 2 credit course that allows students with specific skillsets in game development (e.g., programming,…

SO 101: Introduction to Sociology

Sue Hudd
Our society and culture influence who we are, how we feel about ourselves, and how we interact with others. This…

SO 244: Social Stratification: Inequalities

Sue Hudd
This course examines systems of inequality and how they grow out of, and are reinforced by, both structural and cultural…

CJ 355: Crime and Media

Alan Bruce
Examine the impact of mass media upon how we think about crime and our responses to it. This course is…

SO392 Internship in the Community

This three (3) credit course is cross-listed in Sociology (SO 392), Criminal Justice (CJ 392), Gerontology (GT 392), and Women’s…

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