Susan E. Pease, Dean
Richard L. Roth, Associate Dean
Mary Horan, Assistant Dean
Shelly Jones, Assistant to the Dean
Mary Anne Nunn, Assistant to the Dean
Brian Sommers, Assistant to the Dean
Robert Wolff, Assistant to the Dean
Phone: 860-832-2600
Fax: 860-832-2601

The Carol A. Ammon School of Arts and Sciences offers programs leading to the BA degree, the BS degree, and the BFA degree. These programs are designed to provide a broad liberal education; the subject matter background for specific careers, including teaching; and the preparation for graduate work in a number of academic fields and professions, including law and medicine.

The programs in the Carol A. Ammon School of Arts and Sciences include the fine arts, the humanities, mathematics, computer science, the natural sciences and the behavioral and social sciences. Some programs are designated "certifiable for teaching." These programs all have additional requirements which are found in the catalog descriptions listed under the School of Education and Professional Studies.

When planning for majors and minors, students must consult with department chairs or program directors and be assigned a faculty advisor.

Anthropology Modern Languages
Art Music
Biology Philosophy
Chemistry & Biochemistry Physics & Earth Sciences
Communication Political Science
Computer Science Psychology
Criminology & Criminal Justice  Science & Science Education
Design (Graphic/Information) Social Sciences
Economics Sociology
English Theatre
Geography Carol A. Ammon School of Arts & Sciences Centers
History Cooperative Programs
Mathematical Sciences  
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