Like great architecture, turning a dream into reality takes a sturdy foundation. That’s what the College of Arts & Sciences, Clayton State’s largest and most comprehensive college, provides. You will develop the fundamentals for success in your future—the building blocks of your dream—through a liberal-arts-and-sciences-based core curriculum.
Two Year Associate Degrees (60 semester hours): Film Production; Integrative Studies; Paralegal Studies; Pre-Engineering Concentration; Pre-Pharmacy Concentration
Four Year Bachelor Degrees (120 semester hours): Administrative Management; Biology; Biology Secondary Teacher Education; Chemistry; Communication and Media Studies; Criminal Justice; Elementary Education; English; English Secondary Teacher Education; Film Production; French; History; History Secondary Teacher Education; Homeland Security/Emergency Management; Integrative Studies; Legal Studies; Liberal Studies; Middle Level Education; Music; Music Education; Philosophy; Political Science and Government Studies; Psychology and Human Services; Sociology; Spanish; Technology Management; Theatre
Master Degrees (36 semester graduate hours): Clinical/Counseling Psychology; Liberal Studies; Teaching; Public Administration
Undergraduate Minors (15-18 semester hours): African American Studies; Art; Aviation Administration; Biology; Chemistry; Communication and Media Studies; Corporate Communication; Criminal Justice; Education Specialties; English; Film; Forensic Science; French; History; Homeland Security/Emergency Management; Music; Philosophy; Physics; Political Science; Pre-Law; Psychology; Social Work; Sociology; Spanish; Theatre; Women’s and Gender Studies
College of Arts & Sciences
by the Numbers
2019 Best institution in the state of Georgia to earn an associate’s degree or certificate in legal studies, ParalegalEDU.org
2019 Best university with an online liberal arts master’s degree, Intelligent
Student Faculty Ratio
Average Number of Bachelor Degrees Awarded per year since 2010
Political science lecturer David Pena says young people are more involved, more aware, more confident in their ability to have an impact in this year’s elections.
The College of Arts and Sciences kicked off fall semester recognizing its professors who have made achievements in service, scholarship and teaching excellence.
Clayton State University has received a $5 million gift from the estate of former Jonesboro resident and longtime friend of Clayton State Lon Carnes to enhance music education at the institution.
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