The College of Arts and Sciences offers programs of study leading to the degrees Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Master of Arts, Master of Science, Master of Healthcare Administration, Master of Public Administration and Doctor of Philosophy.
Through its core courses, the College of Arts and Sciences provides students with a foundation in the liberal arts and training in essential skills such as writing and logic; through its majors and minors, the College prepares students for professional careers or graduate education. A vibrant and dynamic community of learners, the College of Arts and Sciences has foundational roots in a rich intellectual tradition rooted in the liberal arts, is served by a committed and nationally recognized faculty, and offers courses and programs which provide students with multiple pathways to success.
The College offers minor programs in the arts and humanities, social sciences and sciences. Read more »
Interdisciplinary Minor, Certificate and Other Special Programs
- Archaeology Minor Program
- Data Visualization and Analysis Certificate (UG)
- Data Visualization and Analysis Certificate (Grad)
- Italian Studies Program
- Liberal Studies
- Multidisciplinary Certificate in Gerontology
- Russian and East European Studies Program
- Social and Behavioral Sciences
- Women and Gender Studies Program
Accelerated Degrees and Dual Degree Programs
The College offers many accelerated (undergraduate/graduate) degree programs and two undergraduate dual degree programs. Read more »