The School of Arts and Sciences provides most of the academic components fundamental to the core curriculum of the University’s CORE Education Program in addition to traditional liberal a studies degree and is comprised of humanities, mathematics, social sciences, and the natural sciences. Courses in the humanities include English and history. Courses in the social sciences include political science, psychology, sociology, and criminology. Courses in the natural sciences include sciences of biology, chemistry, computer science, and mathematics.
The organizational structure of the School of Arts and Sciences includes the following four departments:
In addition to Institutional Learning Outcomes [ILO] the School of Arts & Sciences expects student who complete any of the degree program offered by the School, the following expectations must be achieved prior graduation.
Human Relationship Skills:
The application of values, collaboration skills, standards, and ethical judgment required for personal and professional interaction.
Critical Thinking Skills
The ability to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information in a logical and coherent manner.
Global Perspectives Skills
The ability to examine a concept in contexts and from perspectives other than one’s own.
The application of strategies, resources, and attitudes to find solutions and gain knowledge.