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School of Arts and Sciences

Women's College or College of Adult Undergraduate Studies?
College of Adult Undergraduate Studies Programs
Women's College Programs

Debra Minick Franklin, Ph.D., Dean of Arts and Sciences

The deep roots of the School of the Arts and Sciences were first planted with the founding of the University in 1895. The timely and timeless programs of study housed within the School support students in the journey toward making a fulfilling life and making a living.

The undergraduate academic majors of the School serve both traditional and part-time adult learners, and include arts, humanities, social and natural sciences courses. Studies related to the professions, such as medicine, communication, business and law are also delivered in courses offered within the school. Each undergraduate completes a common general education program in liberal arts, the rich foundation of the knowledge of the educated person.

The School also offers six graduate programs which support professional development opportunities for the region’s workforce but also focus on developing expert critical and ethical thinking and leadership qualities in the spirit of the liberal arts.

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Women's College or College of Adult Undergraduate Studies?

Although many degrees and majors are offered through both the Women’s College and the College of Adult Undergraduate Studies (CAUS), there are significant differences in their populations and scheduling. To determine whether the Women’s College or CAUS is the most appropriate for you, see the college descriptions under Academic Information.

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College of Adult Undergraduate Studies

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Women's College



Teaching Certification

Secondary education teaching certification is available in the following majors.

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