Grads ‘DASH’ into careers

By: Joshua Ceballos/News Director   In an effort to improve graduate employment out of the University, the College of Business has created the DASH program…

Learning while earning

FIU Student Media met with students to discuss difficulties working at a job while going to school. With many students commuting to and from school, while prioritizing their work obligations, this full plate may prevent students from enjoying extra-curricular activities on and off-campus.

Students and faculty not concerned with marketability of liberal arts degrees

From 2009-2010, about 3 percent of students in the United States graduated with a degree in liberal arts while the same statistics showed a business degree was the most popular. At the University, the most popular major remains business, accounting for 35 percent of all degrees conferred between 2011-2012. Noble Cook, a professor of history, dismisses the possibility of concern for liberal arts students, however.