Saint Louis University College of Arts and Sciences

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Saint Louis University College of Arts and Sciences
Established 1818
Type Private
Academic affiliation
Roman Catholic - Jesuit
Dean Michael D. Barber, S.J.
Location St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Campus Urban
Website http://www.slu.edu/x12557.xml

Saint Louis University College of Arts and Sciences is the oldest academic unit within Saint Louis University.[1] Established in 1818, the College is located in Midtown, St. Louis, Missouri, USA. The college has many academic departments and interdisciplinary study programs. It is the main undergraduate institution at Saint Louis University.[citation needed]

Academic Departments and Programs[edit]

The College of Arts and Science has 18 Departments and 16 Programs/Centers.[2]

Departments:

Programs & Centers

  • 1818 Advanced College Credit
  • African American Studies
  • Earthquake Center
  • English for Academic Purposes
  • Environmental Sciences, Center for
  • Ethics Across the Curriculum
  • Film Studies
  • Global and Local Social Justice - Power, Society, Culture
  • Ibero-American Studies
  • International Studies Program
  • Manresa Program
  • Medical Humanities Program
  • Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies
  • Micah Program
  • Russian & Eastern European Studies
  • Women's Studies Program

References[edit]

  1. ^ The College of Arts & Science
  2. ^ Saint Louis University, College of Arts & Science Departments and Programs