Internships

Internships provide a great complement to the personalized liberal arts education provided by the College of Arts and Sciences. Through partnerships with local non-profit organizations, governmental agencies and corporations, arts and sciences majors gain valuable professional experience from paid and unpaid internships in these academic departments:

  • Biology
  • English
  • Environmental Science
  • History, Political Science and Geography
  • Pre-Professional Concentrations including medicine, dental, occupational therapy, physical therapy, physician assistant, veterinary science
  • Public Health
  • Theological Studies

Art majors also benefit from sharing and exhibiting their work in these venues:

  • Undergraduate Student Art Exhibit
  • Senior Art Exhibit
  • The Tau Literary and Visual Arts Journal