The School of Arts & Sciences ignites the foundation for all of Clarkson's degree programs and offers distinctive undergraduate and graduate programs that can set you you apart in the competitive marketplace.
As an undergraduate student at Clarkson in any degree program, you will benefit from the broad infusion of Arts & Sciences into your academic experience at Clarkson to help you acquire and hone the quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and effective communication skills you need to complement deep disciplinary-based knowledge and influence your future as a responsible citizen, effective professional and leader.
If you choose to study in the humanities, social sciences, sciences, and arts as an undergraduate, your personal interactions with faculty are akin to attending a small liberal arts institution, but with the advantage of added learning and opportunities to do research in a technology-rich environment that values immersing all students into the intersections of science, engineering, arts and business. In addition to faculty advising from within your major, undergraduate students interested in graduate school for professional programs have access to special advising programs with faculty and staff well versed in the admission requirements, graduate entrance exams and overall skills preparation required.
The University's ROTC Battalions for the US Army Military Science and US Air Force Aerospace Studies are also part of the School of Arts & Sciences.
Graduate programs in the School of Arts and Sciences offer a wide range of master's and Ph.D. level programs. Our students benefit from strong faculty mentorship, small class sizes and state-of-the-art technology to perform groundbreaking research.
The School of Arts & Sciences will host undergraduate and graduate online courses for Summer 2020. Clarkson undergraduate students and eligible undergraduate students from other higher education institutions can now access Clarkson’s COVID-19 Scholarship for 2020 undergraduate summer courses offered online at the University. The scholarship ensures each undergraduate student pays no more than $1,600 per course (valued at $3,200). Learn more about all Clarkson summer courses and the Clarkson COVID-19 undergraduate student scholarship.