Arts & Sciences
Are you interested in people? Do you wonder what makes them think, feel, and behave the way they do? Humans are biological, psychological, social, cultural, and spiritual beings who cannot be understood completely by examining only one or two levels of their being. They need to be studied scientifically as living organisms interacting with their physical environment, and as creative, problem-solving creatures interacting with their social environment. They also need to be studied interpretively as hearts and minds that have expressed their ideas and stories throughout their rich history. Do you want a career in helping people? The best preparation for serving people well is understanding them better through the study of the arts and sciences.
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Study English Literature, History, and Philosophy. Get to know yourself, your world, and your God.
Study cultural differences around the world, what has formed those differences, how they are currently interacting, and how they change.
Study people most broadly with a mix of social science and humanities, pairing a selected social science with a selected humanities.
Study behavior and the human mind. Acquire knowledge of the basic nervous system to principles of perception in order to gain an understanding of both social and clinical psychology.
Study the science of life - Biology. Explore living organisms by examining their morphology, physiology, anatomy, behaviour and origin. Gain the science pre-requisites for advanced entry into professional programs.
Study psychology, sociology, and anthropology. Learn what happens inside a person (psychology), between people (sociology), or within large groups of people (anthropology).
Study how human behaviour is shaped by human interaction, and how everything from our ideas about ourselves to the kind of culture we live in are created, maintained, and changed. Learn to see yourself and your world with new eyes!
Arts & Sciences Faculty
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Assistant Professor of Biology
Instructor of Environmental Science
Professor of New Testament & English Literature
Professor of Sociology
Assistant Professor of English Literature
Assistant Professor of Sociology
Assistant Professor of History
Associate Professor of Psychology
Assistant Professor of TESOL; Director, MLI
Associate Professor of Philosophy