Degrees and Departments

2011-2012 Academic Catalog

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science Majors

The College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences also offers BA and BS degrees in a variety of disciplines within the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Natural Sciences. For specific information on the programs listed below, please contact the Student Success Center.

 

Anthropology (BA)

Art History (BA)

Biology (BA)

Chemistry (BA) (BS)

Communication (BA)

Economics (BA)

English (BA)

Geography and Environmental Studies (BA)

History (BA)

Mathematics (BA) (BS)

Philosophy (BA)

Physics (BS)

Political Science (BA)

Psychology (BA)

Sociology (BA)

Spanish (BA)

Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) (BA)

Women's and Ethnic Studies (WEST) (BA)

Minors
The College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences also offers an array of minors to complement a BA or BS degree. For more information on the minors listed below and the requirements for their completion, please contact the
Student Success Center.

Anthropology

Art History

Chemistry

Communication

Economics

Energy Science

English

Ethnic Studies

French

Gallery Management

Geography and Environmental Studies

Gerontology

German

History

Leadership Studies

Mathematics and Statistics

Mathematics as a Liberal Art

Military Science

Music

Philosophy

Physics

Political Science

Professional Writing

Psychology

Sociology

Spanish

Studio Art

Theatre

Women's Studies

 

Pre-Professional Programs
The College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences also offers several pre-professional programs that prepare students for advanced study or professional school in the disciplines listed below. For more information on these programs, please contact the Student Success Center.

Pre-Dental

Pre-Medicine

Pre-Pharmacy

Pre-Physical Therapy

Pre-Physician's Assistant

Pre-Veterinary Medicine

Pre-Law

Master of Arts
In addition to undergraduate education, the College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences boasts a thriving Graduate School. For the Master of Arts (MA) option, the College offers the programs listed below.

Applied Geography
Dr. John Harner                                    
Columbine 2013                 
(719) 255-4054
jharner@uccs.edu

Communication
Mrs. Debbie MacDonald                                  
Columbine 4012                 
(719) 255-4114
debbie.macdonald@uccs.edu
or
Dr. Sherry Morreale                         
Columbine 3055                  
(719) 255-4115
smorreal@uccs.edu

History
Mr. Ian Smith                                 
Columbine 2048                 
(719) 255-4069
ismith2@uccs.edu
or
Dr. Robert Sackett                               
Columbine 2053                 
(719) 255-4079
rsackett@uccs.edu

Psychology
Mr. David Dubois                                 
Columbine 4037                 
(719) 255-4500
ddubois@uccs.edu
or
Mike Kisley - Associate Professor/Director-Graduate Training in Psychology                           
Columbine 4013                  
(719) 255-4177
mkisley@uccs.edu

or
Dan Segal - Dir. of Clinical Training
Columbine 4015                 
(719) 255-4176
dlsegal@uccs.edu

 

Sociology
Ms. Rosemary Kelbel
Columbine 1039                 
(719) 255-4153
rkelbel@uccs.edu
or
Dr. Heather Albanesi                               
Columbine 1021              
(719) 255-4137
halbanes@uccs.edu

 

Master of Science
The College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences also offers the Master of Science degree in the areas indicated below. For more information, contact the individuals listed below, or visit the
Graduate School website.

Biology

Ms. Ruth Jackson
Osborn Building B313         
(719) 255-3266
biology@uccs.edu
or
Dr. Jackie Berning                       
Osborn Building B335        
(719) 255-3078
jberning@uccs.edu

Mathematics

Ms. Emanuelita Martinez
Engineering Building 274         
(719) 255-3311
emartine@uccs.edu

 

Doctor of Philosophy
Beginning in Fall 2004, the College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences will begin offering its first doctoral degree, a
Ph.D. in psychology with a curricular emphasis in geropsychology. For more information, contact

Dan Segal                                
Columbine 4051                
(719) 255-4176
dsegal@uccs.edu

or David DuBois   
Columbine 4037
(719) 255-4500
ddubois@uccs.edu