Arcadia's MBA with a Global Perspective is a cohort-based, 19-22 month program designed for working professionals. There are two week-long international travel experiences. Additional programs are available for international students. Arcadia is ranked a national leader for study abroad, and Arcadia's graduate business students earning a Master of Business Administration don't just learn about the global marketplace—they take two one-week international business experiences, connecting with executives of global companies.
A Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Arcadia represents a thorough understanding of modern biological principles, and studies in many of the major life sciences, as well as in the cognate areas of Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics. Students can expect a strong core of general biology, evolution and population biology, research methods, comparative anatomy and physiology, genetics, and plant biology or ecology courses that enhance the available biomedical, conservation, molecular biology and biochemistry concentrations.
The Bachelors of Arts in Art History allows students to develop a deeper understanding of art and the role it plays in communities and personal lives as they prepare for graduate study or work in a gallery or museum. Studies in Art History prepare students for a variety of careers and graduate studies by developing critical observation and communication skills through extensive discussion and writing about visual form. Students gain an understanding of a wide range of cultures and historical periods in introductory courses, while delving deeper into art historical methods and research in more advanced courses. Art history majors hone the skills they have developed in a senior capstone experience, composing a research paper and presenting their findings to the University community.