As Albion College works through its spring advising period on campus, students, staff and faculty are reminded that in addition to majors and minors, concentrations are an excellent option to add to the Albion experience.
A concentration is a program of study taken in addition to a major or minor. The purpose of a concentration, which includes an internship or similar experience, is to help a student explore specific career possibilities within a liberal arts education framework. Typically, six to eight units are required for a concentration, including all coursework and the internship.
For more information about how this might work, please click on the links below:
Management for the Professions Concentration
See Carl A. Gerstacker Institute for Business and Management under the Programs of Study section.
Public Policy and Service
See Gerald R. Ford Institute for Leadership in Public Policy and Service under the Programs of Study section.