REASONS TO RECRUIT AT UMW
- Our students are top-notch–those who enrolled in the fall of 2010 had an average GPA of 3.57 and a score of 1720 on the SAT-I.
- The UMW education prepares them for a wide range of career fields. With intensive writing requirements, as well as speaking requirements, and small class size, students develop into well-rounded individuals who have excellent problem-solving, analytical, and verbal skills to offer.
- Our location is convenient for employers. We are between Washington, D.C. and Richmond, VA, just a couple of miles off exit 130 on I-95.
- We are small enough to be able to work individually with you. Unlike some larger schools, we can customize our services to aid each employer.
REPRESENTATIVE FIELDS OF STUDY
UMW offers more than 40 majors and programs of study. Majors/Programs at the UMW Fredericksburg campus include: Business Administration, Computer Science, Economics, Education (Teacher Licensure), English, Environmental Science, Historic Preservation, Mathematics, Physics, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology.
Many other liberal arts majors are also offered, along with the opportunity for students to design their own majors in fields such as Communications, Journalism and Women’s Studies. The Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLS) degree is also offered as an option for adult students on our Stafford campus.
Graduate Programs at UMW include:
Master of Education for Licensed Teachers with concentration areas in: Diverse Student Populations, Educational Leadership, ESL, Instructional Technology Leadership, Literacy Specialist, Special Education, Autism Certificate.
Master of Business Administration (MBA) with concentrations: Accounting, Contracts and Procurement Management, General Management, Information Security, Management Technology, Organization and Human Resource Development, Project Management, Public Administration, Risk Management and Insurance, Health Care Management.
Master of Science in Management Information Systems (MSMIS), MBA-MSMIS dual degree.
PRESENCE ON CAMPUS
We encourage employers to increase their visibility on campus through information sessions, outreach to faculty, tabling in the Campus Center and so on. We are more than willing to work with you to plan the best strategy to increase your visibility on campus. Please call our main office, 540-654-1022, if you are interested in coming to campus.
We welcome employer participation in programs such as mock interviews and workshops. We also seek speakers for programs such as our program for sophomores: Majors, Careers and more.
Conducting mock interviews or speaking in front of students is a great way to increase your organization’s visibility and credibility with students. Please call our main office, 540-654-1022, if you are interested in coming to campus.
Each year, the Office of Academic and Career Services sponsors several on-campus career fairs. For more information on any of these events, please check our event calendar, or contact our office at 540-654-1022.
STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION
The University of Mary Washington subscribes to the principles of equal opportunity and affirmative action. The University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, disability, national origin, political affiliation, marital status, sexual orientation, sex or age in recruiting, admitting, enrolling students, or hiring and promoting faculty and staff members. The University will not recognize or condone student, faculty, or staff organizations that discriminate in selecting members. Complains of discrimination should be directed to the AAEEO Officer of the University.
(NOTE: UMW ACADEMIC AND CAREER SERVICES RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY COMPANY OR ORGANIZATION. Employers who wish to recruit at the University of Mary Washington must refer to the Principles for Professional Conduct for Employment Professionals, created by the National Association for Colleges and Employers (NACE))
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