The School of Arts and Sciences offers majors in all science, art, biology, chemistry, communication studies, conservation management, criminal justice, English, English with a creative writing emphasis, environmental science, forensic science, history, human services, liberal arts, life science, mathematics, mortuary science, psychology, public administration, social science and sociology. Minors are offered in art, art history, biology, chemistry, creative writing, communication studies, criminal justice, earth system science, English, forensic science, history, journalism, mathematics, pre-law, psychology, public administration and Spanish. For students interested in pursuing teacher licensure, the School of Arts and Sciences works closely with the Andres School of Education in areas such as all science, American government, American history, art, English/language arts, journalism, life science, psychology, social studies, sociology, Spanish, and speech communication.
Teaching licensure is available in most of the liberal arts areas; check the listings under the Andres School of Education.
Associate of Arts degrees are available with emphasis areas of criminal justice, liberal arts or psychology. Certificates are available in arts administration, emergency and disaster management, geographic information systems, organizational communication, psychology and sustainability.
Students have the opportunity to enroll in up to 12 credit hours of MPA coursework during their senior year. Contact an advisor for additional information regarding the application process and courses available.
Bachelor Degree Majors
Emergency and Disaster Management
Associate of Arts
Associate of Arts
Earth Systems Science