Academic Courses Overview
Make the most of your internship: enroll in a credit-based internship course. Internship courses are designed to connect your internship experience with your coursework and to provide a framework for your professional development and career direction. Courses are offered for students on-campus as well as for students interning away from campus: across the country or around the world.
LIBERAL ARTS MAJOR IN THE WORKPLACE
Interested in receiving 1-credit for planning for your future or researching career opportunities? The Liberal Arts Major in the Workplace career course can help you develop your social media platform, identify your career interests, prepare your resume and cover letter, practice interviewing, and plan for your future! This course is recommended for juniors and seniors seeking to identify their career interests and/or ready to begin the job and internship search process.
Liberal Arts Major in the Workplace
THE LIBERAL ARTS ENTREPRENEUR
Thinking about starting a business? LA 325: The Liberal Arts Entrepreneur course is designed to help you use your creativity, innovative ideas and skills to create an entrepreneurial business. By the end of the course you will have a fully developed launch-ready business plan. Whether you choose to immediately embark on your entrepreneurial career is up to you. This 3-credit, upper-division course is recommended for Liberal Arts majors with 60+ credit hours who have an entrepreneurial idea, and the committment to turn that idea into a business plan.
The Liberal Arts Entrepreneur