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Explore the dozens of fields you could major or minor in, ranging from the arts and the humanities to the natural and social sciences. Pair two or more areas of study together to fulfill your interests.
 
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The College of Arts and Sciences fosters a learning community committed to addressing the fundamental problems of society with a spirit of inquiry, mutual respect, and intellectual excitement. We strive to prepare students to understand and appreciate a broad range of peoples and cultures so they may exercise moral leadership in a pluralistic world.

Academics

Degree programs in the arts, humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences are offered to undergraduate students, as well as a Master's degree in Pastoral Ministries for graduate students.

Undergraduate

2200
Courses
 
35
Majors
 
44
Minors
 
In today’s world full of complex challenges, it is imperative to develop leaders that are adaptable and flexible enough to face these challenges. Students must examine how their own passions can help create solutions to the problems society faces. By fostering their curiosity, we can help achieve positive transformations, both for our students and our society. What are you curious about?

Pastoral Ministries

The Graduate Program in Pastoral Ministries offers three emphases—Youth and Young Adult Ministries, Latina/o Ministries, and Restorative Justice and Chaplaincy—along with the general Masters in Arts degree with no emphasis and the Diaconate Education program. A Graduate Certificate in Restorative Justice and Chaplaincy as part of the Catholic Restorative Justice Network is also offered.

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Our Stories


Delilah Garza ’23 and Assistant Professor Alice Villatoro examine the stigmatization of mental health in Spanish-speaking communities. 

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Associate Professor Erick Ramirez discusses his research.

Mark Duplass - Am I Enough?

This year’s Sinatra Artist-in-Residence offered refreshing affirmations and advice for young artists in an exclusive interview.

As the Editor-in-Chief of The Santa Clara, Carolyn Kuimelis ’22 played a pivotal role in establishing an online presence for the paper during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pascale Guiton joins the Department of Biology at SCU, giving students the opportunity to join the Guiton Lab.