International experiences bridge generational gaps as a current USU student and a USU alum find value in their pilgrimages across the Camino de Santiago in Spain.
Farewell to 668 CHaSS grads, you'll do great things
CHaSS Dean Joseph Ward greets new graduates and their families at a luncheon in the Nelson Field House following commencement. About 1,500 people stopped by to share congratulations and indulge in Aggie ice cream.
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences recognized 668 graduates for the year 2017-18 and sent them out into the world to make it a better place.
The most popular degrees were social work with 82 grads; English with 81; communications studies with 59; and sociology with 58.
Dean Joe Ward expressed his pride for the students’ accomplishments. “I wish them the best,” he said, “because if they go out into the world with curiosity and energy and a commitment to doing the right thing, they’ll be successful no matter what path they end up on.”
Scroll down to see a gallery, and scroll down even more to see what degree program had the most graduates.
(Hint: It wasn't German or philosophy or American Studies.)
Totals of diplomas awarded in each degree program
|Degree||Graduates in 2018||Graduates in 2017|
|Criminal Justice (associates)||19||24|
|Journalism and Communication||43||48|
|Law and Constitutional Studies||15||11|