School of Arts and Sciences
A practical liberal arts education that gives you the critical skills employers are looking for.
Practical Liberal Arts
In La Salle’s School of Arts and Sciences, you’ll explore essential questions and find solutions that have value in the real world. We provide you with all the tools for professional success, lifelong learning, informed service, and progressive leadership.
From Learner to Leader
Our core curriculum is designed so that every La Salle student gains the abilities and mindset for success. You will leave here with strong written and verbal communication skills, more advanced critical thinking, and stronger ethical reasoning. These skills will not only set you apart in the job market, but help you become a more well-rounded individual.
We have a strong tradition of fostering Fulbright Scholars—the best of the best in the world who travel abroad for research and immersive study. Upon graduating, you’ll be among alumni like Fanta Waterman, Ph.D., Director of Medical Health Sciences at Pacira Pharmaceuticals; English major turned Founder and CEO of Feast Your Eyes Catering, Lynn Buono; and Philadelphia Mayor, Jim Kenney.
Undergraduate Areas of Study
- American Studies
- Art History
- Computer Science (B.A. or B.S.)
- Criminal Justice
- Digital Arts and Multimedia Design (DArt)
- Economics and International Studies
- Environmental Science
- History: 4-Year (B.A.)
- History: 5-Year (B.A./M.A.)
- Information Technology
- Integrated Science, Business, and Technology (ISBT)
- International Relations
- Leadership and Global Understanding
- Mathematics (B.A. or B.S.)
- Political Science
- Politics, Philosophy, and Economics
- Social Work
Program of Distinction
Integrated Science, Business, and Technology (ISBT)
Blend natural sciences, engineering, business, and innovation to solve the world’s most complex problems. You’ll become an interdisciplinary thought leader, learning how new scientific theories develop into marketable products and services through collaborative business practices. You’ll work in teams, inside and outside class, in the makerspace, and labs, encouraged by dedicated professors to find new ways to innovate for good.