The College of Arts & Sciences offers courses in the arts, humanities, social sciences, mathematics, and natural sciences, establishing broad-based learning as the foundation of a Suffolk education.

A wide array of programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels, including interdisciplinary and dual-degree options, provide a structured yet flexible opportunity to explore areas of study as highly focused as a major in radiation science, or as interdisciplinary as our honors major in history and literature.

Our curriculum allows students time to explore minor programs that reflect their personal interests and talents while helping them develop specialized knowledge and skills.

Through internships, service learning and a broad range of extra-curricular activities available at the University, students find many opportunities to combine their academic interests with hands-on experience.

Students are mentored by distinguished faculty who are committed to working closely with their students, in small classes, providing individual attention while encouraging open, independent thinking and an appreciation of diverse cultures and peoples.

In addition to encouraging intellectual development, we prepare our students to meet the challenges of the future, to achieve their personal goals as they build the foundations of their careers.