School of Liberal Arts & Sciences

The School of Liberal Arts and Sciences faculty introduce students to the traditional subjects within the humanities, arts, natural sciences, mathematics, and social and behavioral sciences.

The School teaches these subjects in a way that expands intellectual and cultural horizons, stretching each student’s ability to think critically about all areas of life and learning. Additionally, the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences directs the liberal arts core of every student’s academic experience.

Majors

Biology (BA)
Biology (BS)
Community Arts
Criminal Justice
English
Graphic Design
History
Liberal Arts
Mathematics (BA)
Mathematics (BS)
Pre-Art Therapy
Psychology
Studio Art

Minors

Applied Mathematics
Communications
Criminal Justice
English
Graphic Design
History
Literature
Performing Arts
Philosophy
Political Science
Pre-Law
Psychology
Pure Mathematics
Earth Science
General Science
Life Science
Visual Arts

First Year Programs

Arts & Culture

Pre-Professional Programs

Pre-Med
Pre-Physical Therapy

Dual-Level Programs

MS in Counseling +
BA in Psychology
BS in Bible
BS in Youth & Family Ministry

Graduate Programs

“I get to graduate with two internships under my belt: proofreading for a publishing company and writing for the University magazine. That experience isn’t something you’d necessarily expect from a liberal arts degree.”

Lydia Hill ’18
English

School of Liberal Arts & Sciences Faculty

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