General Information

The College of Arts and Science has as its primary purpose provision for a liberal education. A liberal education explores diverse approaches to understanding and transmitting knowledge as these have been developed by the systems of scientific and humane thought that have shaped civilizations. This generalized inquiry provides the basis for a sense of community within the College of Arts and Science and the understanding necessary to an enlightened re-evaluation of culture.

The College offers the degrees Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Arts in International Studies, and Bachelor of Science. An associate's degree is also offered at Middletown campus; this program is described in the Hamilton and Middletown section.


Departments accredited by professional associations are: the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry by the American Chemical Society, the Department of Psychology by the American Psychological Association, and the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology by the American Speech and Hearing Association.

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