Departments & Schools

The College of Arts & Sciences has 16 departments offering a wide range of choices for both undergraduate and graduate studies.

Departments

Africana Studies

117 Ritchie Hall
330-672-2300

Computer Science

233 Mathematics and Computer Science Building
330-672-9980

History

305 Bowman Hall
330-672-2882

Physics

105 Smith Hall
330-672-2246

Anthropology

226 Lowry Hall
330-672-4363

English

113 Satterfield Hall
330-672-2676

Mathematical Sciences

233 Mathematics and Computer Science Building
330-672-2430

Political Science

302 Bowman Hall
330-672-2060

Biological Sciences

256 Cunningham Hall
330-672-3613

Geography

413 McGilvrey Hall
330-672-2045

Modern and Classical Language Studies

109 Satterfield Hall
330-672-2150

Psychology

144 Kent Hall
330-672-2166

Chemistry & Biochemistry

214 Williams Hall
330-672-2032

Geology

221 McGilvrey Hall
330-672-2680

Philosophy

320 Bowman Hall
330-672-2315

Sociology

215 Merrill Hall
330-672-2562

The College also offers degrees through schools and several interdisciplinary programs.

Schools

Biomedical Sciences (Graduate)

Peace and Conflict Studies (Undergraduate)

Multidisciplinary Social Sciences and Humanities

 

Interdisciplinary Programs

Interdisciplinary programs combine coursework from several traditional disciplines, with a common factor that reflects the focus of the program.

Graduate

Materials Science

Undergraduate

The following programs are housed under the School of Multidisciplinary Social Sciences and Humanities: