College of Arts & Sciences

Every student at Roosevelt benefits from our College of Arts and Sciences, the University’s largest college. Featuring more than 40 majors and minors, it serves as the foundation for Roosevelt's liberal arts education. This rich variety of disciplines and ideas develops each student’s broad platform of knowledge, while honing critical skills in communication and reasoning. Students seeking degrees within the college choose from an extensive range of traditional liberal arts, applied professional and progressive interdisciplinary options, all tailored for today’s dynamic career landscape.

Academic Programs

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From creative writing and sustainability studies to criminal justice and psychology, the College of Arts and Sciences has the right program for you. Explore our vast selection of majors, minors and graduate programs tailored to place you on a direct path toward a rewarding career. We offer online and on-campus courses throughout the year.

Find your best program fit today.


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Meet the CAS Leadership Team

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Interim Dean Cami McBride, PhD, leads the College of Arts and Sciences. She is assisted by a dedicated team of faculty and administrators who guide the college’s academic programs.

Meet the CAS Dean’s Office TeamMeet the CAS Department ChairsMeet the CAS Program Directors 

The CAS Student Experience

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Get an insider’s view of the Roosevelt student experience. Learn about life as a College of Arts and Sciences undergraduate or graduate student by reading our student-focused blogs.

CAS Welcomes New Interim Dean

Cami McBride

Cami McBride, PhD, was appointed interim Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Professor McBride joined the Roosevelt psychology faculty in 2006 and most recently served as department chair

Roosevelt professors John Fountain and Margaret Rung
Journalism Professor John W. Fountain and History Professor Margaret Rung have been selected as Fulbright Scholars for the 2020–21 academic year. The prestigious grant program offers opportunities for American scholars, artists and professionals to lecture and conduct research in more than 160 countries.
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