College of Arts, Sciences and Education


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Hours and Location
Mon-Fri8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Grace Jacobs Bldg.
Room 701

CASE TaglineThe College of Arts, Sciences & Education (CASE) is organized into two schools that house a total of five departments, ranging alphabetically from Humanities to Teaching and Learning, offer majors for the interested student. The School of Arts and Sciences offers degree programs at the undergraduate level in a variety of disciplines. These programs support students as they develop strengths as communicators, critical thinkers, problem solvers and lifelong learners who can see the big picture. Graduates of programs in the School of Arts & Sciences have the skills and adaptability that employers universally value. Through the interdisciplinary pathway to a degree, various departments of the School offer a variety of minors and special programs for students interested in pursuing a field of study less intensely than through a full major.

In addition, the School of Arts & Sciences delivers a bulk of the university's General Education Requirements (GER) core curriculum courses. All undergraduate students spend approximately one fifth of their university careers in carefully chosen arts and sciences courses as they fulfill their degree requirements. These courses teach critical thinking and skills needed in life outside the university and lay the foundation that allows a university graduate to become an educated citizen and empowers the student to pursue unlimited career opportunities. Most students take additional arts and sciences courses outside their major field of study. These courses are either a required selection relevant to their major, or simply remain as electives enabling them to pursue their own particular interests.

The School of Education offers both undergraduate and graduate programs that prepare students to enter or further their careers in the education profession. Renowned for its expertise in preparing urban teachers, academic programs include certification programs in Early Childhood, Elementary, Secondary, and Special Education. As you progress through your degree program you'll enjoy the experience of being in collaborative small classes that encourage spirited exchange of ideas and allow your voice to be heard.

Whatever your career aspirations the College of Arts & Sciences, and Education remains fully committed to preparing its students for entrance into a variety of professions, as well as encouraging their knowledge and appreciation for the breadth of arts and sciences in all human endeavors. Our intimate classroom sizes foster extraordinary lifelong connections among faculty, students, and staff. We invite you to take the time to explore and discover the innovative programs for career opportunities offered through the School of Arts & Sciences and the School of Education.

School of Arts and Sciences

School of Education