The role of the College of Arts and Sciences is to implement the university’s mission through exploration of a broad range of human experience, knowledge, and expression.
The most significant activity is the learning/teaching process that takes place in classrooms, laboratories, studios, field locations, and offices, which engages students, staff, and faculty in a common effort to provide an environment where intellectual challenge, the free exchange of ideas, and high standards of scholarship and creativity prevail.
The College of Arts and Sciences' constituent members include the Departments of Anthropology and Sociology; Biology; Chemistry and Physics; Communication; Criminology and Criminal Justice; English; Geosciences and Natural Resources; History; Mathematics and Computer Science; Modern Foreign Languages; Philosophy and Religion; and Political Science and Public Affairs.
The college also houses the Arts and Sciences Interdisciplinary Programs (majors in Science Education, Social Sciences Education, Forensic Science, Environmental Science, and International Studies), the Humanities Program, and several Arts and Sciences Centers and Institutes.
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