Syracuse University College of Arts and Sciences

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Syracuse University College of Arts and Sciences
Established 1870
Dean Karin Ruhlandt
Location Syracuse, New York, USA
Affiliations Syracuse University

The Syracuse College of Arts and Sciences was established in 1870 as the founding college at Syracuse University.[1] It houses three academic divisions: Sciences and Mathematics, the Humanities, and the Social Sciences. The Social Science division is jointly administered with Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.[2]

Academics & Research[edit]

Syracuse University's College of Arts and Sciences is a selective liberal arts college. It is home to research centers and institutes such as the Center for Health and Humanities, the Moynihan Institute for Global Affairs, the Forensic and National Security Sciences Institute, and the Biomaterials Institute.[3] The College sponsors the Africa Initiative.


Departments within the College include African American Studies, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, English and Textual Studies, International Relations, Languages, Linguistics, and Literatures, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Public Affairs, Sociology, Mathematics, Writing, Women's and Gender Studies.[4]

Majors & Minors[edit]

Undergraduate Majors and Minors Offered
African American Studies Anthropology Art History Biology Biochemistry Chemistry
Classics Cognitive Science Communication Sciences and Disorders Earth Sciences Economics English and Textual Studies
English Education Fine Arts French and Francophone Studies Geography German Language, Literature, and Culture History
History of Architecture International Relations Italian Language, Literature, and Culture Linguistic Studies Recording and Allied Entertainment Industries (The Bandier Program) Mathematics
Mathematics Education Music History and Cultures Philosophy Physics Policy Studies (Public Affairs) Public Affairs Program
Political Philosophy Political Science Psychology Religion Russian Language, Literature, and Culture Science Education
Selected Studies Social Studies Education Sociology Spanish Language, Literature, and Culture Women's and Gender Studies Writing and Rhetoric

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