School of Arts and Sciences
Welcome to the School of Arts and Sciences, the largest school in the University. We offer undergraduate and graduate degrees in 20 departments and programs in disciplines that range from arts and humanities to social sciences, mathematics, education, library and information science, and natural sciences. The School of Arts and Sciences has more than 170 faculty members and more than 1500 undergraduate and 600 graduate students.
- Greek and Latin
- Library and Information Science
- Media and Communication Studies
- Modern Languages and Literatures
- Asian Studies
- Early Christian Studies
- European Studies
- Islamic World Studies
- Latin American and Latino Studies
- Medieval and Byzantine Studies
- Global Migration and Refugee Studies
2016-2017 Dissertation Defense Calendar
The School of Arts and Sciences' dissertation defense calendar for the current academic year may be accessed here.
Please contact Caitlin Haswell, Coordinator of Graduate Student Services (email@example.com) if you have questions.