The College of Liberal Arts was established in 1883, the same year the University opened. The College features 35 undergraduate majors and 25 graduate programs with international themes.
Consisting of over 300 faculty with expertise in international areas, the college specializes in 32 foreign languages to study which includes two language flagship programs and one national language center. The college offers over 60 study abroad destinations and features four National Resource Centers with Title VI funding from United States Department of Education. Title VI programs meet the following criteria: 1) instruction of fields and topics that provide full understanding of areas, regions or countries, 2) research and training in international studies, 3) work in the language aspects of professional fields and research, and 4) instruction and research on issues critical to current world affairs.
Learn more about undergraduate majors in the College of Liberal Arts with international themes: Undergraduate Majors
Learn more about undergraduate minors in the College of Liberal Arts with international themes: Undergraduate Minors
Learn more about graduate programs in the College of Liberal Arts with international themes: Graduate Programs