COLLEGE of ARTS and SCIENCES



AREAS of STUDY

Biology

BIOLOGY

Classics

CLASSICS

Communication

COMMUNICATION

Computer Information Systems

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

English

ENGLISH

General Studies

GENERAL STUDIES
(NONTRADITIONAL, ON-CAMPUS)

General Studies Online

GENERAL STUDIES
(NONTRADITIONAL, ONLINE)

Government and Law

GOVERNMENT & LAW

History

HISTORY

Marine Science

MARINE SCIENCE

Math

MATH

Organizational Leadership (Adult)

ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP
(NONTRADITIONAL)

Philosophy

PHILOSOPHY

Psychology

PSYCHOLOGY

Psychology

PSYCHOLOGY
(NONTRADITIONAL, ONLINE)

Sociology

SOCIOLOGY

Honors Program

HONORS PROGRAM

 
 
 
What does it mean to be an educated individual? In the College of Arts and Sciences, we believe it means thinking critically and creatively – about everything. Questioning, analyzing, exploring – that’s what college is about.
It’s also about reading Les Miserable in a 48-hour reading marathon, or building a theatre set at 2 a.m., or presenting an English paper before a national committee of scholars. It’s about learning from professors who have a passion for teaching, who want to know your dreams and then help you achieve them. With our academically strong core curriculum taught from a Christian worldview, you will discover practical applications for your life. From the sciences to the arts, from humanities to mathematics, you will learn about the world – and yourself.



“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