Prepare for careers in journalism, public relations, broadcasting, theatre and more. This program provides a broad-based plan of study comprising courses in writing and theory/criticism, while stressing hands-on experience invaluable for career achievement.
The AUM Criminal Justice programs include two bachelor’s degree concentrations, two master’s-level degree programs and several minor choices. All include general education and specialized coursework.
To prepare students with the analytical tools and practical skills to succeed in business, finance and government, we offer three bachelor’s degree concentrations and three master’s degree options. Students can perform internships and get other practical experience before graduation.
Choose courses ranging from Renaissance literature to modern and postmodern literature, including courses on fiction, poetry, drama, and nonfiction. Majors may also take courses in rhetoric and composition, language and linguistics, literary criticism, and creative writing.
Learn from professors who are successful practitioners in their field, and express yourself creatively within a supportive and collaborative environment. Choose from Graphic Design, Sculpture, Painting and Drawing, Ceramics, Photography, Visual Arts or Art History.
Whether your passion is learning about the past or becoming absorbed into a captivating world culture, this department is an excellent start to your academic career. Get hands on with study abroad opportunities, intriguing coursework, language study, service projects and more.
Offers undergraduate and graduate degrees exploring the multiple and various dimensions of politics and its impact on the United States and beyond. Faculty members have expertise in American politics, comparative politics, international relations, public administration, research methods, and more.
The Reserve Officer Training Corps is a college program offered at more than 1,700 colleges and universities that prepares young adults to become officers in the U.S. military. In exchange for a paid college education, participants commit to serve in the military after graduation.
Majoring in sociology or social work is excellent preparation for a variety of career paths including non-profit work, state agencies, retail settings and the law. Many students choose a minor in sociology or anthropology to enhance their educational experience in the social sciences.
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