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In Radford University’s College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences, experiential learning and internships allow you to apply new knowledge and problem-solving skills to serve the community from the very beginning. Small classes with exciting professors develop students into critical thinkers and effective communicators, confident to collaborate with faculty in real-world projects, community-based research and international study. Whether exploring the gender pay gap or participating with emergency personnel in a mock disaster drill, you will gain not only excellent career skills but skills for life.

Communication and Media StudiesCriminal Justice  
English HistoryLanguages Philosophy  
Political SciencePsychology Sociology

Where can your story go from here?

Recent media studies and English alumni can tell you what it’s like to be a TV news reporter, producer or writer. Want to know what it takes to become a counselor or work on Capitol Hill? Our psychology and sociology graduates can tell you. Criminal justice alumni include state legislator Joseph Yost ’06, M.S. ’08.

Recent graduates are starting careers in marketing, teaching, research, social media and government … earning law degrees … attending master’s and doctoral programs throughout the country.

  • Arielle Retting ‘12 is the homepage producer and multiplatform editor for The Washington Post.
  • Nathan Taylor ’04 was funded as a Radford University Kirk Scholar to study in China and now works there at Impress Environmental in Nanjing.

 

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