Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Undergraduate Degree Programs
Earl Simson, Dean
Edythe Anthony and Joan Dagle, Associate Deans
*Art education and music education are designed for students seeking grades 7–12 teaching certification.
**Students seeking grades 7–12 teaching certification in these majors should see Secondary Education.
Art—Ceramics, Digital Media Design, Graphic Design, Metalsmithing and Jewelry, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture
Gender and Women’s Studies
International Nongovernmental Organizations Studies
Latin American Studies
Rhetoric and Writing
Professional preparation programs are offered in predental, prelaw, premedical, and preoptometry.
– PLEASE NOTE –
All undergraduate full-degree programs require the completion of at least 120 credit hours, including (1) General Education requirements, (2) the College Writing Requirement, (3) the College Mathematics Requirement, and (4) the course requirements listed under each program.
In addition, all Arts and Sciences majors and minors require a minimum GPA of 2.00 in the major and/or minor for graduation. Please note that individual majors/minors may have higher GPAs or specific grade requirements.
For more details on graduation requirements, see Academic Policies and Requirements.
Graduate Degree Programs
*Art education and music education are designed for students seeking grades pre-K–12 teaching certification.