The College of Arts and Sciences offers the Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in the following disciplines: Art, Communication, Criminology, English, History, Humanities, Leadership Studies, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Spanish. The College offers the Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in the following disciplines: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Criminal Justice (online), Environmental Science, Geology, Information Systems, Kinesiology and Mathematics. The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art and the Bachelor of Social Work round out the degrees offered by the College.
Also included in Biology and Chemistry are Pre-professional Health Programs for students planning to enter medical, dental, optometry, pharmacy or veterinary schools. Students planning careers in these and other allied health fields are referred to the sections on Pre-Professional Health Programs under Biology in the Undergraduate catalog, and to faculty in Biology and Chemistry for advising. In addition to The University's minimum general education core requirements for the bachelor degrees, students must complete the specific major discipline's degree requirements. The specific additional requirements for these disciplines and various options may be found in the academic discipline sections of the catalog. See also the sections on Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Physician Assistant Studies in the Undergraduate catalog.
For the bachelor degrees, a minimum of 120 semester credit hours is required, of which at least 54 must be taken at the upper division (junior and senior). Individual disciplines may set additional and more specific requirements for their respective degrees. This information can be found in the academic discipline sections of the catalog.
Learn more about degree programs within the College of Arts and Sciences by clicking on the program links below: