Division of Academic Affairs

College of Arts & Sciences, and Education

When you seek to understand the world around you, your world of opportunity gets bigger.

Expand Your Mind, Transform Your Life

Welcome to the College of Arts & Sciences, and Education (CASE)! We’re so excited to meet you. However you’re thinking about your career (or career change), our CASE programs can transform you from student to a professional, industry leader.

We encourage and create experiences that demonstrate appreciation for the arts and sciences in all human endeavors. In addition, our intimate classroom sizes foster extraordinary lifelong connections between students, alumni, faculty, and staff.

We offer all of our programs across 5 departments within 2 schools:

Our Departments in the School of Arts & Sciences

The School of Arts & Sciences (SAS) focuses on delivering a global liberal arts education. Our programs develop and support students in becoming communicators, critical thinkers, problem solvers, and lifelong learners. Our graduates are able to adapt skills learned here into fields of study both within and outside the liberal arts.

Regardless of major, undergraduate students must take SAS classes as part of Coppin’s General Educational Requirements (GERs). We design these courses to educate and empower our graduates by providing a strong foundation in critical analysis and thinking—highly valued soft skills most employers want.

You might need to take some of our courses as major requirements, and other courses you may be able to choose as electives. Either way, we have numerous course offerings for you to pursue your unique interests. Even after completing GERs, you may choose to take additional courses if you can accommodate them in your program plan.

Humanities Programs

Dance

Undergraduate

English

Undergraduate

Global Studies

Undergraduate

History

Undergraduate

Urban Arts

Undergraduate

African American Studies

Undergraduate

Mathematics & Computer Science Programs

Computer Science

Undergraduate

Mathematics

Undergraduate

Natural Sciences Programs

Applied Molecular Biology and Biochemistry (M.S.)

Graduate
MS

Biology and Life Sciences

Undergraduate

Biology

Undergraduate

Biology: Applied Sciences Concentration (Pre-Medicine option)

Undergraduate

Biology: Applied Sciences Concentration (Pre-Pharmacy option)

Undergraduate

Biology: Applied Sciences Concentration (Pre-Physician Assistant option)

Undergraduate

Chemistry

Undergraduate

Chemistry: Biochemistry

Undergraduate

Chemistry: Computational Chemistry

Undergraduate

Polymer and Material Sciences (M.S.)

Graduate
MS

Our Departments in the School of Education

The School of Education offers both undergraduate and graduate programs that prepare you to begin or advance your career in the education profession. Renowned for our long legacy of preparing urban teachers, our programs cover early childhood, elementary, adult, and special education, as well as curriculum and instruction, and school leadership. As you progress through your program, enjoy the experience of being in collaborative small classes that encourage academic excellence, idea sharing, compassion, as well as opportunities that allow you to speak and be heard.

Teaching and Learning Programs

Special Education

Undergraduate

Elementary Education

Special Education (Track 1)

Graduate

Early Childhood Education

Undergraduate

Early Childhood Human Development

Undergraduate

Teaching (M.A.T.)

Graduate
MA

Instructional Leadership & Professional Development Programs

Adult & Continuing Education

Graudate
MS

School Administration I

Graduate

Contemporary Educational Leadership

Graduate

Curriculum and Instruction

Graduate

Covid-19 Preparedness

The Covid-19 epidemic has created a lot of uncertainty for many of us. Throughout this entire experience, our goal has been to support our students in safely returning to campus. Together, even amid COVID-19, we commit to creating an environment for you to grow, thrive, and earn your degree.

We continue to respond to changing guidelines, and plan based on recommendations from the federal government, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as other governing organizations. We anticipate a majority of our Fall 2021 course offerings will be blended where some courses will be offered face-to-face on campus, with a majority as online and remote.

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Contact Us

Are you a prospective or current student with a question about one of our programs? Reach out to us! 

Interim Dean, College of Arts & Science and Education

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PDS Coordinator of Professional Development Schools & Field Services

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Coordinator, ASC for CASE

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Executive Administrative Assistant

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