Description: An introduction to legal education, the legal system, possible legal careers, and what it takes to be admitted to law school.
Description: Structure, requirements, and nature of health careers.
Description: Interest in dentistry, dental hygiene, or other health professions as a career. Terminology, ethics, anatomy, dental specialties and clinical experience.
Description: Topics Vary. Amount of credit, grade options and topic determined by instructor.
Prerequisites: Minimum of 15 credit hours earned.
Intended for students enrolled or interested in seeking a degree from the College of Arts and Sciences who have at least 15 credit hours earned.
Description: Arts & Sciences students will explore the value of the liberal arts degree and the possible career paths to which it relates. Topics covered include career decision making, self-exploration, transferrable skills, gaining experience, building a resume, and networking.
Description: Topics vary. Amount of credit, grade options and topic determined by instructor.
Description: Topics vary.
Open only to students accepted into the associated education abroad experience.
Description: Interdisciplinary faculty-led education abroad course.
Prerequisites: Junior or senior standing.
Description: A semester project that integrates and applies theories, concepts, and processes learned throughout the College of Arts and Sciences degree program.