College of Arts & Sciences
A liberal arts education forms a broad academic foundation for independent thought, critical analysis, and lifelong learning. In other words, preparing you for your first career and your next.
Advertising Architecture and Community Design Art History/Art Management Asian Studies Communications Studies Comparative Literature and Culture Design Economics English Environmental Science Environmental Studies Fine Arts French Studies History International Studies Japanese Studies Kinesiology Latin American Studies Media Studies Performing Arts and Social Justice Philosophy Politics Psychology Sociology Spanish Theology and Religious Studies
Business Administration Business Administration with concentration in Entrepreneurship Business Administration with concentration in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Business Administration with concentration in Finance Business Administration with concentration in International Business Business Administration with concentration in Marketing Business Administration with concentration in Nonprofit Management Business Administration with concentration in Organization Development Master of Business Administration for Executives Master of Global Entrepreneurship Management Master of Nonprofit Administration Master of Public Administration Public Administration with a concentration in Health Services Administration
Catholic Educational Leadership Counseling Psychology Digital Technologies for Teaching and Learning International and Multicultural Education Learning and Instruction Organization and Leadership Teacher Education
International Transactions and Comparative Law
Intellectual Property and Technology Law
The University offers minor programs in specialized fields of interdisciplinary studies. Among these fields are:
Advertising African American Studies African Studies Architectural Engineering Architecture and Community Design Art History/Arts Management Asian American Studies Asian Studies Astronomy Astrophysics Biochemistry Biology Catholic Studies and Social Thought Chemical Physics Chemistry Chican@-Latin@ Studies Child and Youth Studies Chinese Studies Classical Studies Communication Studies Comparative Literature and Culture Computer Science Criminal Justice Studies Cultural Anthropology Dance Design Economics English Minor in Literature English Minor in Writing Environmental Science Environmental Studies Ethnic Studies European Studies Film Studies Fine Arts French Studies Gender and Sexualities Studies German Studies Gerontology Health Studies History Japanese Studies Jewish Studies and Social Justice Journalism Latin American Studies Legal Studies Mathematics Media Studies Middle Eastern Studies Music Natural Science Neuroscience Peace and Justice Studies Philippine Studies Philosophy Physics Politics Psychology Public Relations Public Service and Community Engagement Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) Education Sociology Spanish Theater Theology and Religious Studies Urban Agriculture
Special regulations apply to Minor programs; students should consult with the appropriate program administrator. Records and verification of Minor work are maintained by the program offering it and are posted to the academic record upon verification of completion.