Mary Beth Armstrong, Dean
Hill House, Station 6508
telephone: (205) 665-6508
fax: (205) 665-6503
The College’s goals are to develop in students: higher-order thinking skills, a substantial body of knowledge, a commitment to use and appreciate learning, effective communication skills, an awareness of human commonalities and differences, and a concern for the common good.
With departments in the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities, the College of Arts & Sciences offers major and minor programs of study for students seeking a liberal education, whether for personal development or as a foundation for specialized professional study.
The College provides much of the General Education curriculum for students in all divisions of the University. In addition, the College offers graduate programs and professional training in two disciplines.
The degrees offered are the undergraduate degrees of Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) and the graduate degrees of Master of Arts (M.A.) and Master of Science (M.S.).
Academic Programs and Checksheets for the College of Arts and Sciences
Information about academic programs, as well as checksheets showing a suggested course of study for each major within this College, can be found at www.montevallo.edu/acad/AcademicPrograms/default.shtm.
All students seeking an undergraduate degree at UM must complete a core General Education curriculum that includes courses in English, history, mathematics, the natural sciences, social sciences, fine arts, oral and written communication, computer applications, and health and kinesiology.
The minimum requirements can be found in the General Education Credit Hour Requirements section of the Academic Programs and Policies page.