The College of Arts and Sciences at Syracuse University prepares students for the global workplace and for further study in post-baccalaureate and professional programs by providing a contemporary liberal arts curriculum emphasizing interdisciplinary learning, research, service, and enterprise.


In 1870 the College of Liberal Arts was established as Syracuse University’s founding college. The name was changed to College of Arts and Sciences in 1970.

Dates of existence:


    Historical names:
  • College of Liberal Art (1870-1970)


Browse the College of Arts and Sciences Collections:

African American Studies – Theses

Art & Music Histories

Art & Music Histories - Theses


Biology - Dissertations

Biology - Theses

Chemistry - Dissertations

Chemistry Faculty Scholarship

Communication Sciences and Disorders - Dissertations

Department of Mathematics

Earth Sciences - Dissertations

Earth Sciences - Theses


English - Dissertations

Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics

Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics - Dissertations

Linguistic Studies - Theses

Pan African Studies - Theses

Philosophy - Dissertations

Philosophy - Theses


Physics - Dissertations

Physics - Theses


Psychology - Dissertations

Psychology - Theses

Raymond Carver Reading Series


Religion - Dissertations

Religion - Theses

Science Teaching - Dissertations

Speech-Language Pathology - Theses

Syracuse University French Colloquium

Writing Program

Writing Program – Dissertations