Wright State University 2005-2006Undergraduate Catalog
About UsAcademic ProgramsStudent LifeAdmission, Advising, and RegistrationAcademic Standards & RequirementsGeneral Education RequirementsColleges and SchoolsCourse DescriptionsFaculty and OfficersAppendixAddendumIndex
Admissions and
  Advising

Degrees and Areas of
  Study

Student Organizations
African and African
  American Studies

Anthropology
Art and Art History
Classics
Communication
Criminal Justice
Dance
Economics
English Language and
  Literatures

History
International Studies
Liberal Studies
Modern Languages
Music
Philosophy
Political Science
Religion
Selected Studies
Social Science
  Education

Social Work
Sociology and
  Anthropology

Theatre, Dance and
  Motion Pictures

Urban Affairs and
  Geography

Women’s Studies

College of Liberal Arts

Dean Charles S. Taylor
Associate Dean Sharon H. Nelson
Assistant Dean Roberta Boyd
Assistant Dean Beth A. Klaisner

Department/Chair
Art and Art History Linda Caron
Classics David L. Barr
Communication James E. Sayer
Economics Fall Ainina (interim)
English Language and Literatures Henry S. Limouze
History Edward Haas
Modern Languages David Lee Garrison
Music Herbert Dregalla, Jr.
Philosophy David L. Barr
Political Science Donna Schlagheck
Religion David L. Barr
Social Work Carl F. Brun
Sociology and Anthropology Robert V. Riordan
Theatre Arts W. Stuart McDowell
Urban Affairs and Geography Jack Dustin

Program Director/Coordinator
African and African American Studies Paul R. Griffin
Criminal Justice Tracey Steele
International Studies December Green
Liberal Studies Mark Sirkin
Selected Studies Sharon H. Nelson
Social Science Education Carol M. Herringer
Women's Studies Kelli Zaytoun

The College of Liberal Arts offers a wide variety of degree programs in the fine arts, the humanities, and the social sciences. The college also helps prepare students for professional and graduate study and cooperates with other colleges in offering joint professional and preprofessional programs. The college contributes the largest number of courses to the university's General Education Program, providing students with much of the knowledge that is at the heart of a broad liberal education, as well as many of the skills and habits of mind that are the mark of an educated person.

The college offers four undergraduate degrees: the Bachelor of Arts, the Bachelor of Fine Arts, the Bachelor of Science, and the Bachelor of Music. The college also offers master's degree programs in applied behavioral science, English, history, humanities, international and  comparative politics, and music.
 
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