The School of Arts and Sciences offers the majority of academic majors, spanning traditional liberal arts areas to professional programs. With emphases on critical thinking, written and oral communication, and experiential learning paired with rigorous academic expectations, students will determine and accomplish their goals.
Traditional outcomes for majors within the school include professional employment opportunities, admittance to top graduate schools and professional schools (law, medicine or related fields), and a variety of post-graduate opportunities. The programs of study in the school focus on collaborative learning and scholarship, application of theory, and professional discipline.
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Summer for Susquehanna's students is about travel, networking, applying concepts learned during the year and impressing potential employers. In a word—internships. Here's a sampling of experiences our students are having this summer. »
Erik Viker, associate professor of theatre at Susquehanna University, is working with the 12.14 Foundation this summer to bring performing arts experiences to the youth of the Sandy Hook, Conn., community. »