|The Division of Arts and Sciences consists of seven departments, English, Fine Arts, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Psychology, Religion and Theology, and Social Sciences. Students can major in English, Journalism, Studio Art, Music, Mathematics, Biology, Psychology, Religion, Theology, and History. In addition, the Division of Arts and Sciences provides instruction in interdisciplinary and introductory courses that comprise the General Education Curriculum, which all students are required to complete.
The goal of the Division is to provide a well-rounded liberal arts education that prepares students for graduate and professional schools or for careers in areas specifically related to their areas of study. Our talented faculty are experienced professionals who are committed to helping students reach their personal and career goals. Faculty within the Division are recognized as excellent teachers and superb mentors, who challenge and motivate their students to always do the best, be the best, and have the best.
Thank you for your interest in the Division of Arts and Sciences.
Mary Jane Krotzer, Ph.D.
Dean of Arts and Sciences