College of Arts and Sciences
If you are seeking an undergraduate school with faculty members who are knowledgeable, motivating, and accessible, choose Argosy University’s College of Arts and Sciences.
Our College of Undergraduate Studies
The College of Arts and Sciences has educational opportunities designed to meet your learning needs right now and for the future. Our programs are designed to promote personal growth in communication, critical thinking, and problem-solving. In the undergraduate school, you can learn a diverse array of skills, expand your knowledge of many fields, and improve your mind through our educational programs.
The College of Arts and Sciences encompasses four major programs of study: Business Administration, Liberal Arts, Psychology, and Criminal Justice. Any of these academic programs can lead to a journey of life-changing self-discovery at Argosy University, equipping you to face the greater challenges ahead, whether in the workplace after undergraduate school or through preparation for further study in an advanced degree program.
We offer Associate of Science and Bachelor of Science degrees in Business Administration. The programs focus on practical core and elective courses geared toward building the necessary skills and abilities graduates require. Master’s and doctorate degrees are also available for Business Administration.
A student can earn a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts while receiving personalized, professional instruction in a broad range of topics that teach skills and competencies. These can ground a student in a variety of educational disciplines.
The Associate of Arts and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology programs provide a good foundation for students with an interest in the social sciences. Students can hone their interests in a variety of psychological topics while improving their understanding of research, ethics, and other areas.
The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice program offer students courses designed to familiarize them with the basics of the legal system, social deviance, and other major topics associated with criminal justice. These undergraduate programs are also designed to help students further develop their reasoning and communications skills.