Newman School of Arts and Sciences

The Newman University School of Arts and Sciences is the largest of Newman’s five schools and home to divisions of arts & letters, humanities, science & mathematics and social sciences. With 20 majors, 21 minors and 24 specializations and concentrations, the School of Arts and Sciences includes a comprehensive collection of liberal arts curriculum.

Faculty members are dedicated to creating a personalized collegiate experience for each and every student, providing high academic standards and individual guidance. Programs in the School of Arts and Sciences prepare graduates for their desired careers by developing the reflective and critical thinking, communication and research skills needed to be successful and transform society.

Undergraduate Programs

Graduate Programs