Alvernia offers you a range of academic programs with a learning approach that is grounded in the real world. As a student you will have access to more than 50 majors and minors in nearly every field to prepare you for your career of choice.
With a foundation in the liberal arts tradition, our curriculum will help develop your critical thinking skills and encourage you to explore your own ideas. It’s an approach that produces well-rounded individuals who are ready to succeed no matter what path they choose. For students who seek greater intellectual challenges, our honors program is ideal. It’s designed to encourage academic excellence and facilitate the exchange of ideas between students with different interests and in different disciplines.
The College of Arts & Sciences links learning with a strong liberal arts foundation, providing you with a well-rounded education that gives the options you want in choosing your future. Core courses in the sciences, humanities, social sciences and foreign languages open your mind to new ideas and new ways of thinking. This kind of focus further hones your intellectual abilities while preparing you to advance your academic interests through graduate school, or pursue a wide range of career paths.
Our approach to learning in the College of Arts & Sciences develops your intellectual promise but also fosters your ethical and moral perspectives and enhances your leadership potential. Read More
Alvernia’s College of Professional Programs offers you a wide variety of career-focused majors for in-demand professions that prepare tomorrow’s leaders in growing fields.
You’ll be exposed to real-world lessons that will support your growth as a broadly educated lifelong learner as well as a reflective professional and engaged global citizen.
As an aspiring law enforcement leader, clinician, manager, therapist or consultant, you’ll be offered an array of field placement opportunities, often with diverse populations, to develop the knowledge, skills and understanding to reach your full potential. Read More