The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences provides its students with the academic and professional resources they need to succeed. Here, you will find career ideas, internship guidance, student advising information, clubs and organization descriptions–as well as opportunities to expand your learning outside the classroom.
The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences offers students a traditional liberal arts education to meet the needs of the 21st century, allowing them to compete for a variety of careers in an increasingly complex and evolving world.
Extend and expand your classroom learning by being part of your department’s club or organization. This will also provide you with invaluable networking opportunities with faculty members, community influencers and professionals in your field. Take the leap and see what’s available!
Academic advisors serve an important role in helping you get registered for classes and guiding you along your educational journey. Your advisor will assist you in selecting the classes needed for graduation and serve as a resource to you during your time at AUM.
What kind of careers could you pursue with a degree from the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences? The list is huge, but here are some sample job titles that will get you thinking in the right direction.
Some areas of undergraduate study in our College provide you with opportunities to enhance your learning with hands-on research experiences that help prepare you for graduate school or the job market.
In addition to other AUM scholarships awarded, the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences offers excellent scholarship opportunities to students throughout the academic school year.
There are many ways to enrich your life with music at AUM. Singers can join the AUM Chorus or AUMcappella, while instrumentalists may audition for the newly formed Spirit Band. Scholarships are available to those who audition successfully for AUMcappella and the Spirit Band. The Promenade Concerts provide opportunities to hear performances by visiting artists. Students can also earn a minor in music.
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