College of Humanities & Social Sciences at AB
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is the backbone of a high-quality AB education, as every student receives instruction from faculty based on a liberal arts foundation. Nearly 70% of faculty hold terminal degrees and have real-world experience in their fields of instruction. Students are prepared for real-world experience, as almost every program requires a practicum, internship, or both. Opportunities for students to gather additional professional expertise, include: being part of the student-run newspaper, the Battler Columns, and Influx, the annual student-led publication highlighting AB writers, artists, and photographers. Each program in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences prepares students for related employment and graduate school. Faculty serve as mentors to students and advisers to various campus organizations, including Greek, social, and academic clubs. Students have the opportunity to study abroad with the Semester in Europe program; AB has offered this unique international classroom since 1965.