Aligning our curriculum to solidify students’ paths to future employers, graduate schools, and the ever-changing working world that awaits. 

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Schools bring career pathways to the center of your college experience by more clearly aligning your academic interests with the professions you want to pursue — linking your classes with career-focused advising and programming, pre-professional experiential learning opportunities, and specialized credentials.

Schools combine the well-rounded, broad knowledge that lies at the core of a liberal arts education with the specialized skills and hands-on experiences employers are seeking. Through Impact Beloit you will have access to our 17,000 alumni and our diverse pool of community partners to help you find and land the internships and jobs of your dreams.

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At Beloit, joining a school is an extra opportunity to help you make the most of your college education. Joining a school won’t require an extra application during the admissions process or silo you into a particular track. And, perhaps most importantly, you can move seamlessly in between or in and out of them, if you change your mind along the way.

You just need an interest in a potential career pathway, conversations with your advisors and trusted mentors, and an interest in taking some interdisciplinary courses to get you started.

Current Schools

Beloit College students spend a day in Chicago at the annual Econ Day learning and networking with alumni about business opportunities.

Helping students discover their passion and translate it into a business or fulfilling career that finds unique solutions to problems and makes their community a better place.

Beloit has strong business and economics majors, and our graduates have been successfully entering a variety of business careers with financially rewarding and meaningful outcomes.

Three students test the water movement of a stream during their field study for a hydrogeology class.

Allows students to explore a wide range of careers dedicated to transforming environmental science and policy into solutions that promote sustainability practices in the public, private, or nonprofit sector.

Pathways in environmental studies include those in the natural sciences like biology, chemistry, and geology and in the social sciences like education & youth studies and political science.

Professor Rachel Bergstrom leads a cell biology lab session.

Preparing students for healthcare careers by combining rigorous STEM training with comprehensive humanities and social sciences education.

The curriculum includes core STEM courses like biology, chemistry, and biochemistry, and social science courses in psychology and sociology. Courses in the arts and humanities offer social, moral, and cultural context for healthcare work.

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Bringing together an interdisciplinary curriculum and hands-on experiences to set students up for a successful career in an array of creative fields.

Aligned with majors and minors in creative writing, journalism, media studies, studio art, performing and applied arts (dance, music, and theatre), and visual studies.

Future Schools

Additional Schools in additional disciplines are being developed. 

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