In the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences we think big about people, communities, our environment and the changing world around us. We take our inspiration from the constantly evolving world to create master learners who can adapt, conquer obstacles and come out ahead. You can explore your academic interests through our diverse collection of undergraduate and graduate degree programs, minors and certificates housed in 20+ interdisciplinary schools and departments spanning the humanities, natural sciences and social sciences. Whether you’re developing vaccines for infectious diseases, digging for human remains, sending spacecraft into the galaxy or translating centuries-old manuscripts, our expert faculty members and innovative facilities will help you develop the next breakthrough to make our world a better place.
The New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at the beautiful West campus offers more than 61 majors and 39 minors and certificates in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. Our programs offer you creative and exciting ways to engage inside and outside of the classroom, all with the purpose of helping you achieve your career goals. When you study in a liberal arts environment that’s built from a seamless interdisciplinary experience, the possibilities for your future are endless. Whether you’re looking to continue your education in medical school, dental school, graduate school, law school, or begin a career in the non-profit sector, government, or private business, New College has a program that will fit your needs.
Find a degree you love and gain the confidence and skills to pursue your dreams in programs built for a rapidly changing world. You are supported by innovative teachers who are guided by student success, applied learning, and interdisciplinary inquiry. Discover many opportunities to customize your path as you build a solid foundation in the humanities, sciences, social sciences, math, and professional fields and explore entrepreneurial opportunities inside the university and in the community. The college serves students across the state and online and organizes cultural events and other outreach focused on lifelong learning.