COLLEGE of ARTS and SCIENCES


AREAS of STUDY

Biology

BIOLOGY

Classics

CLASSICS

English

ENGLISH

General Studies Online

GENERAL STUDIES

Government and Law

GOVERNMENT & LAW

History

HISTORY

Public History

PUBLIC HISTORY

Math

MATH

Journalism & Broadcast Media

JOURNALISM & BROADCAST MEDIA

Philosophy

PHILOSOPHY

Psychology

PSYCHOLOGY

Sociology

SOCIOLOGY

Marine Science

MARINE SCIENCE

Applied Mathematics

APPLIED MATHEMATICS

Creative Writing

CREATIVE WRITING

World Languages & Studies

WORLD LANGUAGES & STUDIES

Communication Studies

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

Strategic Communications

STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS

Criminology

CRIMINOLOGY

 

HONORS PROGRAM

The Honors Program is an accelerated, interdisciplinary program centered in the liberal arts and grounded in the great books of Western culture. Honors is compatible with any undergraduate major. It begins with a two-year sequence of great-books seminars, which cultivate advanced reading and writing skills while emphasizing in-depth discussion and student-led projects.

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Ability Never Goes out of Style
The world is rapidly changing. In many cases, the 21st century jobs and technologies into which our graduates will enter have yet to be invented. The key to success will be the mastery of skills such as critical thinking, oral and written communication, problem solving, leadership and collaboration.
At University of Mobile, the College of Arts and Sciences provides these skills through the general education component of every undergraduate student as well as in our 24 degree programs offered through four departments. Among our graduates are doctors, lawyers, authors, scientists, teachers, corporate executives and ministers.
From STEM programs such as Applied Mathematics and Biology to classic Liberal Arts subjects including Philosophy and English, College of Arts and Sciences students leave University of Mobile with the ability to compete in the modern environment.

“I love the fact that students can walk in to my office and sit down and have a real conversation – and I know where they’re coming from because I know who they are.”
Stephen Schuler, PhD | Assistant Professor of English