The School of Arts and Sciences offers general or liberal arts programs and programs in science and mathematics. Within these two areas, the student may further specialize in a major field of study. In the liberal arts, the Bachelor of Arts degree is offered in American Studies, Art History, the Classics, Communication, Criminal Justice, Economics, Education, English, French, German, History, Italian, Philosophy, Political Science, Religion, Russian, Sociology, and Spanish. Concentration in the science area may lead to a B.A. degree in Biochemistry, Chemistry, Computer Science, Digital Arts and Multimedia Design (DArt), Environmental Science, Mathematics, or Psychology; or a B.S. degree in Biology, Computer Science, Geology, Information Technology, Mathematics, or Integrated Science, Business, and Technology.
The School also offers programs designed as preparation for health professions, law, public administration, teaching, social work, and work in criminal justice. The Bachelor of Social Work degree is conferred upon Social Work graduates.