University Studies - Arts and Sciences

The Bachelor of Science in University Studies, Arts and Sciences area of concentration, enables students to craft a personalized interdisciplinary program of study that provides a solid foundation, advanced knowledge and perspective on complex issues pertaining to both Liberal Arts and Sciences.

Students will be able to acquire communication, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills that are critical for lifelong learning and for a broad variety of career paths in today’s complex job market. The area of concentration in this degree plan gives complete flexibility to design a course of study, as long as classes are selected from 300- or 400-level offerings from one of our Departments within the College of Science. Two minors are required; one from the College of Liberal Arts and one from the College of Science. Lastly, one full year of a foreign language is part of the program.

What do you want to do with University Studies - Arts and Sciences?

Career ideas for University Studies - Arts and Sciences majors

Because the arts and sciences cover such a broad spectrum of subjects, there’s no one set career path. Arts and sciences majors find themselves in a variety of fields including management, marketing and communications, public service, medicine, law, and more.

Remember: Your major does not equal your career! For more ideas about how to put your education to work, talk with your specific Career Advisor.

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