Notre Dame College of Arts and Letters

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The College of Arts and Letters is the oldest and largest college within the University of Notre Dame.

It includes the following departments and programs:

Africana Studies; American Studies; Anthropology; Art, Art History, & Design; Classics; College Seminar; Computer Applications; Creative Writing; Devers Program in Dante Studies; East Asian Languages & Literature; Economics and Econometrics; Economics and Policy Studies; English; Film, Television, & Theatre; Gallivan Program in Journalism, Ethics, and Democracy; Gender Studies; German and Russian Languages and Literatures; Hesburgh Program in Public Service; History; History and Philosophy of Science Graduate Program; Honors Program; Irish Language and Literature; Medieval Studies; Music; Ph.D. in Literature Program; Philosophy; Political Science; Program in American Democracy; Psychology; Program of Liberal Studies; Romance Languages & Literatures; Sociology; Theology; University Writing Program

The Dean of the College of Arts and Letters is John McGreevey, Ph.D.

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