School of Arts and Sciences

The School of Arts and Sciences offers the majority of academic majors, spanning traditional liberal arts areas to professional programs. With emphases on critical thinking, written and oral communication, and experiential learning paired with rigorous academic expectations, students will determine and accomplish their goals. Traditional outcomes for majors within the school include professional employment opportunities, admittance to top graduate schools and professional schools (law, medicine or related fields), and a variety of postgraduate opportunities. The programs of study in the school focus on collaborative learning and scholarship, application of theory, and professional discipline.

Majors Offered

Bachelor of Arts

Anthropology

Art History

Chemistry

Communications, emphases in -

        Digital Multimedia (tracks in Broadcasting, Journalism and Sports Media)

        Strategic Communications (tracks in Advertising and Marketing Communications and Public Relations)

        Communications Arts (tracks in Personal and Organizational Communication and Communications Studies)

Computer Science

Creative Writing

Economics, emphases in -

        Financial Economics

        General Economics

        Global Economy and Financial Markets

English - Literature

English - Publishing and Editing

French Studies

German Studies

Graphic Design

History

Legal Studies

Mathematics

Mathematics 3-2 Pre-Engineering

Music

Philosophy

Physics

Political Science

Psychology

Religious Studies

Sociology

Spanish Studies

Studio Art, emphases in -

        Painting and Drawing

        Photography

Studies in Early Education

Theatre, emphases in -

        Performance

        Production and Design

        Theatre Studies

Bachelor of Fine Arts

Graphic Design
Bachelor of Music

Composition

Music Education

Performance

Bachelor of Science

Biochemistry

Biology

Biomedical Sciences

Chemical Physics

Chemistry

Computer Science

Computer Science 3-2 Pre-Engineering

Earth and Environmental Sciences

Elementary Education

Physics

Physics 3-2 Pre-Engineering

Psychology

Minors Offered

Advertising

Anthropology

Art History

Biochemistry

Biology

Broadcasting

Chemistry

Computer Science

Creative Writing

Earth and Environmental Sciences

Economics

English

French Studies

German Studies

History

International Relations

Italian Studies

Journalism

Mathematics

Music Performance

Music Technology

Music Theory/Literature

Philosophy

Photography

Physics

Political Science

Professional and Civic Writing

Psychology

Public Relations

Publishing and Editing

Religious Studies

Sociology

Spanish Studies

Personal and Organizational Communication

Studio Art

Theatre