Arts and Sciences

The Department of English supports the core curriculum with student-centered instruction in languages, literature, composition, speech, and journalism, and prepares students for graduate study and varied professional careers. The Department also supports the mission of the college by helping to produce graduates who express themselves clearly through writing and speaking, use technology skillfully, demonstrate the ability to do independent research, and exhibit a strong commitment to service. Read More...
The Department of Natural Sciences offers a challenging curriculum in biology or chemistry that leads to Bachelor of Science degrees. Also, in cooperation with the Department of Education, the Department of Natural Sciences offers courses that certify graduates to teach science in secondaryschools. The department provides classes and support activities that prepare students for standardized tests required for successful program completion and entry into graduate and professional schools. Read More...
The Psychology degree was developed to enable students to think scientifically about behavior and mental processes, develop research and assessment skills, and to use those skills to solve everyday problems. Students who complete the degree in psychology may choose to work in various fields such as assessment, advising, research, and crisis prevention and intervention. Additionally, students may choose to attend graduate school in order to work in fields such as clinical psychology, educational psychology, social work, marriage and family counseling, rehabilitation counseling, and school counseling. The broad application of psychology in other disciplines makes the courses suitable for students from other majors. The guidelines provided by the American Psychological Association (2007) for undergraduate psychology majors were used to develop the program and student learning outcomes. Read More...
The Department of Religion and Theology seeks to graduate students who are knowledgeable in the scriptures and develop students who pursue and embrace a vocation of ministry and learning for the common good. The Department provides two majors, Religion and Theology. The Religion major is designed to prepare students for further academic studies in graduate and/or professional schools. The Theology major combines practical experience with professional and academic courses to prepare students for entry into a ministry vocation immediately upon graduation. The Department also offers a minor in Religion and Theology and a Certificate in Theology. Read More...
The Department of Social Sciences offers majors in criminal justice and history, as well as courses in geography, political science, and sociology.  Departmental members emphasize the analytical and communication skills, and worldview, necessary to make one’s way in an increasingly global market.  In addition to their classroom excellence, the faculty serve as mentors for community engagement, professional activities, and scholarly research.  The department also is home to the Stillman Pre-Law Association, Stillman Historical Association, and the Honda Campus All-Star Challenge team. Read More...
The Department of Mathematics offers a Baccalaureate degree in mathematics and seeks to provide the background requisite for employment and/or advanced study. The department provides to all students the mathematics and computer science courses required to satisfy the general education standards appropriate for a four-year, Liberal Arts College. The department offers courses at a variety of introductory levels to accommodate students of varying backgrounds and abilities. A major in mathematics combines pure and applied studies, allowing for some concentration in each and may lead to careers in teaching, industry, and government. Read More...
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