Dean: Dr. Mark Kornbluh

The mission of the College of Arts and Sciences is to facilitate the learning of a large and varied student population, and to advance the frontiers of knowledge in the humanities, social sciences, and natural and mathematical sciences through a range of research activities that befit a flagship, land-grant university. College faculty teach graduate students seeking advanced degrees in over thirty different programs, undergraduates seeking Bachelors degrees in two dozen majors, and a host of students from across the campus who take required and elective courses in English, mathematics, sciences, world languages, and many other subjects. Because the College of Arts & Sciences builds the foundations of advanced study in every field, it addresses the core educational needs of every student in the university.

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Anthropology

Appalachian Center

Biology

Chemistry

Earth and Environmental Sciences

English

Gender and Women's Studies

Geography

Hispanic Studies

History

Linguistics

Mathematics

Modern and Classical Languages, Literature and Cultures

Passport to the World

Philosophy

Physics and Astronomy

Policy Studies on Violence Against Women

Political Science

Psychology

Social Theory

Sociology

Statistics

Writing, Rhetoric, and Digital Studies