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College of Arts and Sciences

Going Further Often Means Delving Deeper

The College of Arts and Sciences is the University’s largest college, with 20 undergraduate majors, 24 minors, six graduate programs, and many interdisciplinary offerings.

Here, you can study how the human mind and body work, the role of media in our society, and how to address emerging social issues. You can examine the complexities of the past and plan for a better future.

A&S courses will help you strengthen skills like writing, analyzing, and speaking. Regardless of the field you choose to major in, our courses will make you a stronger, more well-rounded individual. 

Explore the areas of study available in this college, and go where your passion takes you.

Contact Information University of Hartford
200 Bloomfield Avenue
Hillyer Hall 200
West Hartford, CT 06117
Phone: 860.768.4255 Fax: 860.768.5724

SUCCESS STORIESSUCCESS STORIES

Our students earn degrees in deeply collaborative and scholarly environments and engage in real-world learning and research with faculty mentors early and often in their academic careers.
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Engaged LearningEngaged Learning

Students in the College of Arts and Sciences are actively involved in learning inside and outside of the classroom.
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Honors ProgramHonors Program

The Honors Program of the College of Arts and Sciences provides a unique academic and co-curricular experience for the most capable and motivated students.
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Career ReadinessCareer Readiness

With career preparation dialogue classes and internships available, Arts and Sciences students have opportunities to gain real-world experiences before graduation.
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