Academic Programs

Division of Humanities

The Humanities Division offers undergraduate degrees in English, foreign languages and literature, and philosophy; and graduate degree programs in English. Each provides a humanistic foundation for almost all professional fields. The division also offers undergraduate and graduate programs in communication sciences and disorders, which serves to advance this expanding discipline within a culturally and linguistically diverse society. An interdisciplinary major also is available in the humanities, and students can minor in English, Spanish, French, philosophy, gender studies and Africana studies.

Students must fulfill the requirements of the core curriculum, and satisfy the requirements of their major. Of the 128 credits required for graduation, at least 48 must be earned in courses numbered above 100.

Fields of Study
English Humanities
Philosophy

Division of Science

The Science Division offers majors in biochemistry, biology, chemistry and mathematics as well as courses in physics. The biology major offers a concentration in molecular biology and also a program leading to a degree of Bachelor of Science in medical technology which may be completed in a fourth-year internship training program. Students in chemistry and biochemistry may have their degrees certified by the American Chemical Society.

Students must fulfill the requirements of the core curriculum, and satisfy the requirements of their major. Of the 128 credits required for graduation, at least 48 must be earned in courses numbered above 100.

Fields of Study
 Biochemistry  Mathematics
 Biology  Physics
 Chemistry

Division of Social Science

The Social Science Division offers majors in economics, history, political science, psychology, and anthropology/sociology. Each major provides the theoretical and practical background for entry into many private and government enterprises. An interdisciplinary major is available in the social sciences, and students can minor in every Social Science Division subject area, in addition to Latin American and Caribbean studies, Asian studies, criminal justice, political geography and urban studies. Graduate study on the master's level is offered in most undergraduate majors (M.A., M.S.), and the Ph.D. is offered in clinical psychology.

Students must fulfill the requirements of the core curriculum, and satisfy the requirements of their major. Of the 128 credits required for graduation, at least 48 must be earned in courses numbered above 100.

Fields of Study
 History  Psychology
 Political Science  Social Science

CONTACT

Richard L. Conolly
College of Liberals Arts & Sciences

David Cohen, Dean