The College of Arts and Sciences provides the opportunity for a liberal arts and sciences education in addition to the attainment of career-oriented skills. The College includes the following Departments and Schools and Interdisciplinary Studies programs.
- Communication Sciences and Disorders
- Geography, Geology, and the Environment
- Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
- Politics and Government
Interdisciplinary Studies Programs
The College offers the core of the General Education Program required of all undergraduates, a wide range of academic major and minor programs for meeting baccalaureate degree requirements, master’s programs in most disciplines, and doctoral programs in Audiology, Biological Sciences, English Studies, Mathematics, and Psychology. Course offerings span the humanities, social and behavioral sciences, natural sciences, and mathematics.
The College of Arts and Sciences participates in the Major in Interdisciplinary Studies, Major in European Studies, and the minors in African-American Studies; African Studies; Children’s Studies; Civic Engagement and Responsibility; Classical Studies; Cognitive Science; East Asian Studies; Environmental Studies; Ethnic Studies; European Studies; Interdisciplinary Studies; Latin American and Latino/a Studies; Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies; Native American Studies; Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies; Religious Studies; Urban Studies; and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. For further information, please consult the Interdisciplinary Studies section of this catalog.