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.

History:

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:

1970-present

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

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Browse the College of Arts and Sciences Collections:

African American Studies – Theses

Art & Music Histories

Art & Music Histories - Theses

Biology

Biology - Dissertations

Biology - Theses

Chemistry - Dissertations

Chemistry Faculty Scholarship

Communication Sciences and Disorders - Dissertations

Department of Mathematics

Earth Sciences - Dissertations

Earth Sciences - Theses

English

English - Dissertations

Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics

Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics - Dissertations

Linguistic Studies - Theses

Pan African Studies - Theses

Philosophy - Dissertations

Philosophy - Theses

Physics

Physics - Dissertations

Physics - Theses

Psychology

Psychology - Dissertations

Psychology - Theses

Raymond Carver Reading Series

Religion

Religion - Dissertations

Religion - Theses

Science Teaching - Dissertations

Speech-Language Pathology - Theses

Syracuse University French Colloquium

Writing Program

Writing Program – Dissertations