With more than 90 degree programs across 17 departments, the School of Arts and Sciences offers students the broad reach of a liberal arts education. At the graduate level, students may choose from more than 60 master's and doctoral programs in 16 different disciplines.
As the Catholic research university of the United States, Catholic University undergraduate and graduate students alike are educated in the Catholic intellectual tradition that delights in the harmony of faith and reason, seeking truth above all else.
At the undergraduate level, the School of Arts and Sciences offers 30 bachelor's degree programs in the arts, humanities, social sciences and sciences. First-year students are encouraged to explore our program offerings as a first step in the process of choosing a major.
Graduate students are invited to learn about our master's and doctoral programs by contacting the Graduate Programs Office at (202) 319-5114
The 17 departments and seven special programs within the School of Arts and Sciences offer diverse degree programs that emphasize both research and teaching. Our faculty includes world-renown scholars and leading researchers in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and sciences.