University of Mary School of Arts & Sciences

The School of Arts & Sciences seeks to elevate the senses and sharpen the mind in service of Truth. Use the tabs below to see the academic programs offered by Mary's School of Arts & Sciences.

Academic Programs in the School of Arts & Sciences

Art Minor
Biology Bachelor's; Minor
Biology Education Bachelor's
Catechesis and the New Evangelization Minor
Catholic Studies Bachelor's; Minor
Chemistry Bachelor's; Minor
Classical Studies Minor
Communication Bachelor's
Economics Minor
English Bachelor's; Minor
English Education Bachelor's
Environmental Science Minor
History Bachelor's; Minor
History Education Bachelor's 
Liturgy Minor
Mathematics Bachelor's; Minor
Mathematics Education Bachelor's
Music Bachelor's; Minor
Music Education Bachelor's
Music Performance Bachelor's
Music with an Emphasis in Sacred Music Bachelor's
Philosophy Bachelor's; Minor
Politics Bachelor's; Minor

Pre-Chiropractic Professional Concentration

Pre-Professional Concentration
Pre-Dentistry Professional Concentration Pre-Professional Concentration
Pre-Law Professional Concentration Pre-Professional Concentration
Pre-Medicine Professional Concentration Pre-Professional Concentration
Pre-Optometry Professional Concentration Pre-Professional Concentration
Pre-Pharmacy Professional Concentration Pre-Professional Concentration
Pre-Physician Assistant Professional Concentration Pre-Professional Concentration
Pre-Podiatry Professional Concentration Pre-Professional Concentration
Pre-Veterinary Medicine Professional Concentration Pre-Professional Concentration
Social Studies Education Bachelor's
Sociology Minor
Spanish Bachelor's; Minor
Speech Minor
Speech Education Licensure
STEM Research Minor
Theater Minor
Theology Bachelor's; Minor
Theology/Philosophy Minor
University Studies Bachelor's
Web Design Minor
Wildlife Management and Conservation Biology Concentration Pre-Professional Concentration

 

"Bigger schools lack the attention that the University of Mary has in abundance. Being in a small graduating class made it very easy to facilitate dialogue in the classroom and we were all able to work together as a community. One-on-one time was always available with every instructor because the entire faculty cared about all of their students."

 
Brenden Jacobson, Chemistry major