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Campbell School of Business
The Campbell School of Business prepares students for life by combining a strong liberal arts education with advanced preparation in business and economics. The skills and knowledge necessary for a great career are provided through traditional academics and a variety of firsthand experiences. When students create a plan that combines their extra-curricular and work experiences with their academic study, the results can be remarkable.
Charter School of Education and Human Sciences
The Charter School of Education and Human Sciences, established in 1992, includes the departments of kinesiology, psychology, teacher education and nursing. Its mission is to prepare and develop individuals who are mindful of the complex nature of our society. The programs in the Charter School are innovative, academically challenging and field-based. Exciting opportunities are available for students with an interest in research to work with faculty on a variety of projects.
Evans School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
The Evans School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences educates students in the skills and knowledge that will enable them to live well and serve others in this complex and interconnected world. Programs within the Evans School include communication (multimedia journalism, public relations, sports communication, and visual communication); writing, creative writing, and literature; history; government and international studies (political science); religion and philosophy; sociology and anthropology; environmental studies; world languages and cultures (French, German and Spanish); and the fine arts of music, dance and theatre, as well as visual art.
School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences
With an emphasis on hands-on learning through research and field studies, the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences is known for producing accomplished graduates, many of whom continue their education in professional school and ultimately pursue careers in research, bio-medical fields and teaching.