The Renaissance Program helps students combine the distinct experience of a concentration in liberal arts with exposure to career-related studies and work exposure.

The Renaissance Program consists of a six-course minor field of study and an internship. To fulfill the minor, a student is required to take the equivalent of three business courses, a quantitative methods-computer science course, an economics course, and an interdisciplinary course. Renaissance Program graduates may take any business course free of charge, for credit or audit, on a space-available basis.

The Renaissance Program will hold an informational meeting at 3 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25, in Room 131D, Christ Child Hall. Students who are interested in signing up for the program and applying for the $1,000 Renaissance Program Scholarship are encouraged to attend.

For more information regarding the Renaissance Program, please visit its Web site: or contact Coulter at (651) 962-5353.

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