College of Arts and Sciences
The College of Arts and Sciences offers bachelor's degree programs to a wide variety of students. Other academic programs in the College provide opportunities for students to minor in a range of disciplines.
Whether their programs are in the Humanities, the Natural Sciences, or the Social or Behavioral Sciences, students do more than simply accumulate facts or receive training in techniques. Every program is designed to help students integrate their growing knowledge and gain the basis for growth in intellectual and professional integrity.
The smaller size of upper-level courses and the rapport between students and an excellent faculty enhance this educational setting, as does the mission of the university, with its emphasis on mercy, service, justice, and hospitality.
The academic experience in Arts and Sciences programs is vital and powerful. I hope you will explore our departments' Web pages and visit our lectures and events page to come to know us better. We welcome you!
Heidi L.K. Manning, Ph.D.
Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
The College of Arts and Sciences offers the following majors:
- Clinical Lab. Science
- Computer Science
- Government, Law, and National Security
- Medical and Health Humanities
Other programs of studies in the College of Arts and Sciences include:
The Honors Program, also housed in the College of Arts and Sciences, is an interdisciplinary learning community based in a common sequence of enriched and intensified core curriculum courses which honors students take in place of the regular core offerings.