What’s the connection between politics and psychology? Science and media?

The College of Arts and Sciences will encourage you to find out. Prepare to be a creative and critical thinker through hands-on projects and diverse learning experiences. Gain fresh perspectives from classmates around the world and professors who are dedicated to your success at Lynn and beyond.

Our college’s greatest strength is our diversity

Wherever you want to go in life, the College of Arts and Sciences can help you get there, even if you aren’t sure where that is yet.

Message from the dean

The College of Arts and Sciences is a place for exploration. Whether you want to discover the workings of the human mind through psychology; the complexity of life through biology; ways to protect our planet through environmental studies, or your inner thespian through drama, our college offers diverse areas of study guided by an expert faculty.

Each student is given a vast range of opportunities to pursue their passion, prepare for a fulfilling career and make a true difference. Graduates have gone on to become successful physicians, lawyers, scientists, actors, politicians, counselors, business leaders and more.

We are also home to Lynn University’s signature core curriculum, the Dialogues. Students are immersed in the core areas of a liberal arts education that are necessary to become an engaged citizen in a rapidly changing world.

I invite you to seize the many opportunities open to you at Lynn and in the College of Arts and Sciences. See how we can help you reach your highest goals.

Gary Villa
Dean

Programs

Minors

Expand your knowledge and complement your major. You can enhance your bachelor’s degree by adding a minor to your studies.
Karen Casey
I love teaching. I do! I’m the traditional academic and proud of it.
Karen Casey, College of Arts and Sciences, professor
Project Civitas
Promoting civility in politics and life.
You can be a part of promoting civility in the community. Take the civility pledge now.
Marcheta Wright, international relations
There are two aspects of my professional life that are critically important to me: To enhance my students' learning experiences, and to collaborate and share ideas and experiences with my colleagues.
Marchéta Wright, professor of international relations

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