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Arts and Sciences Degrees

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Why Earn Your Arts and Sciences Degree?

As a leader in liberal arts education, Saint Leo University offers a wide range of academic programs within the arts and sciences realm. Students have opportunities to travel the world, research various plant and animal species, attend film screenings, contribute to respected publications, and enjoy countless other unique experiences while attaining a degree to better their future. With experienced faculty members spanning fields from biology to English, Saint Leo provides high-quality higher education at our University Campus.

We also offer several degrees within these disciplines at one of our convenient Education Centers in seven states and through our highly-rated online programs. These options allow students in any location to acquire a degree in a high-demand field in either arts or the sciences to pursue a rewarding career in their field of choice.

What Majors Are Included Under Arts and Sciences?

Saint Leo’s arts and sciences majors include biology, education, English, global studies, history, mathematics, political science, religion, sociology, and theatre. These majors help open the door to a vast number of rewarding career paths. Our graduates from Saint Leo University's Liberal Arts programs are well represented throughout a number of thriving industries. The majority of Saint Leo’s arts and science bachelor’s degrees are available at our University Campus, but you can complete your master’s degree in an arts and sciences program online.

What’s the Difference Between Bachelor of Arts and or Bachelor of Science?

Both undergraduate degree programs take four years to complete. The main difference is the coursework required to complete each degree. Bachelor of Science degrees tend to focus on technical and scientific areas such as computer science, nursing, mathematics, biochemistry and physics. Bachelor of Arts degrees typically require fewer credits than a BS and they’re focused on fields such as English, art, music, modern languages and communication.

Undergraduate Degree Programs