The School of Liberal Arts and Sciences includes the Office of the Dean for Liberal Arts and Sciences, Early College Programs, Interdisciplinary Studies, and the Divisions of Humanities, Movement & Sport Sciences, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, and Social Sciences. Reporting to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, the Dean, the Director of Early College Programs, and the Liberal Arts and Sciences Division Chairs work collaboratively, in partnership with faculty, to offer a wide range of high-quality degree programs to a diverse student body. Students who graduate with a degree from one of these programs will have completed a cohesive curriculum that integrates General Education Core courses, major and minor program requirements, and elective credits. Whether a student completes an individualized General Studies or Interdisciplinary Studies degree, or an Associate's or Bachelor's degree from the Liberal Arts and Sciences, each graduate will have had opportunities to participate in on-campus and on-line classes, in seminars, research symposia, internships or service learning, second language study, clubs and activities, and other experiences designed to enrich his or her academic career.
School of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Location: Spalding Hall Room 202
Phone: (208) 792-2325
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