The Praxis Program provides an exciting opportunity to combine the practical reading, writing and analytical skills of a Liberal Arts education with marketable skills required for success in today's workplace. Praxis is neither a major nor a minor, but a unique program that will complement any Arts and Sciences major. The program is flexible, so you will have room in your schedule to fulfill the requirements while taking other courses that interest you.
Who are we?
The Arts & Sciences faculty have helped to develop the program and Praxis faculty are committed to a fuller mentoring relationship with students. Course enrollments are limited to ensure you get the individualized attention you deserve. In addition, leaders in business, nonprofit organizations, government and the like (who discovered the foundation for their success in liberal arts studies) are lecturers in the signature Praxis courses. Click here for a list of current Praxis faculty.
The program is designed for students in the second semester of freshman year or in the sophomore year. Students must fill out an online application for the program and be accepted to enroll in Praxis courses. Students must have maintained at least a 3.0 GPA to be considered eligible; This program is only offered to students in the College of Arts & Sciences.