School of Arts & Sciences
David S. Pate, Dean
The School of Arts and Sciences is comprised of faculty from: American Studies, Anthropology, Biology, Chemistry, Communication/Journalism, Computer Science, Digital Cultures and Technologies, Economics, English, History, International Studies, Legal Studies, Mathematics, Media Management, Modern Languages and Cultures, Philosophy and Classical Studies, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology, Sport Management, and Statistics.
The School of Arts and Sciences offers degrees and minors in over 20 undergraduate academic disciplines along with interdisciplinary minors and scholarship programs. The School also offers a master’s degree in Mathematics/Science/Technology Education.
In addition, the academic programs in the School of Arts and Sciences are primarily responsible for the College’s Core Curriculum, the component of the undergraduate curriculum that affirms the centrality of the liberal arts in the academic experience of all undergraduate students.