There is a lot you can do with a major in English or writing. These majors develop literary and communication skills that hold value for so many vocations.
Music degrees and the various concentrations within those degrees provide graduates with a variety of career pathways.
A major in religion will give you skills in critical thinking, cultural competency, written and oral communication, and socio-political awareness. It will deepen your knowledge of historical contexts, raise your information literacy, and help you to understand and engage multiple perspectives on difficult topics. It can also help you to understand, investigate and deepen your […]
Minors further your education, teach you more skills and open up additional areas of study for you.
Here are a few thoughts from current students to the question “How do I declare a major?” Colleges are designed to help you find your interests and turn your passions into a vocation.
An MBA is a graduate degree focused on understanding the world of business.
The most basic and obvious academic tip for college students is go to class! Believe it or not, missing class creates more work than simply going.
Through leadership, policy, and advocacy, they can make a positive impact on large groups of people. Here are answers to a few frequently asked questions for professionals contemplating “Should I get an MSW?”
To prepare students for success, many colleges and universities host a fall welcome week schedule. Current college students share college welcome week advice for new students!
Crave the growing excitement that comes with learning a new topic in class? Members of Bluffton University’s MBA faculty share their favorite books on leadership and why they top their list.