Liberal Arts

The College of Liberal Arts is a community of teachers, scholars, and students whose primary mission is the pursuit of knowledge. Through teaching, advising, scholarly or creative endeavors, and community service, the faculty seeks to extend their own knowledge, knowledge of their students, and the knowledge of other members of the larger community. By exploring and freely exchanging ideas, members of the College attempt to enhance the understanding of different disciplines, cultures, and viewpoints. Learn more about the College of Liberal Arts.

Programs

  • Anthropology – minor
  • Chinese – minor
  • English – minor, BA, MA
  • Geographic Information Science – minor, GC, MGIS
  • Geography – minor, BA, BS
  • German – minor
  • History – minor, BA, BS, MA
  • International Studies - minor, BA
    • Regional Studies
    • International Policies & Diplomacy
    • International Political Economy & Development
  • Modern Languages – minor, BA, concentrations in French or Spanish
    • Traditional Language and Literature
    • Business
    • K-12 Teaching licensure with ESL endorsement
  • Philosophy – minor, BA, BS
  • Political Science – minor, BA, BS
  • Presidential Studies – minor
  • Public Administration – BS
  • Social Studies, History Emphasis – BSE
  • Sociology- minor, BA, BS
    • Criminology
    • General Sociology
  • Spanish –  MA