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    Middle Tennessee State University
   
 
  Nov 23, 2017
 
 
    
2016-17 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

College of Liberal Arts


Karen Petersen, Interim Dean
Stephen Smith, Interim Associate Dean

Dawn McCormack, Associate Dean
Lucy Langworthy, Advisor Manager
Karen Austin, Advisor
Sonja Burk, Advisor
Brad Baumgardner, Advisor
Ja’Net Davis, Advisor
Christinaann Graves, Advisor
Matthew Hibdon, Advisor
Jeanne Hoechst, Advisor 
Sarah Perkins, Advisor
Yuchun Schmidt, Advisor
Kathy Jones, Graduation Coordinator
Peggy Slater, Graduation Coach

The College of Liberal Arts, through its nine academic departments and one school, educates and serves all MTSU students in the University’s General Education Program; offers graduate and undergraduate majors, concentrations, minors, interdisciplinary programs, and teacher preparation programs; and provides a wide variety of cocurricular activities including lecture series, concerts, performances, and exhibitions. With diverse programs in the humanities; social sciences; and visual, performing, and communication arts, the college brings together an outstanding faculty and students to form a community devoted to lifelong learning, scholarship, research and discovery, and public service.

Through both curricular and cocurricular offerings, the college also seeks to enrich the University and regional community with scholarly and cultural activities designed to promote among all University citizens and patrons a broad knowledge of liberal arts disciplines; a commitment to continual intellectual growth; the ongoing improvement of skills that enhance communication, problem-solving, and creative and critical thinking; and a global perspective that supports an appreciation of the cultural diversity within our region and beyond.

Following are the college departments/schools with a listing of programs offered.

Art

Go to information for Art.

Programs

Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Fine Arts

Bachelor of Science

Non-Degree

Communication Studies and Organizational Communication

Go to information for Communication Studies and Organizational Communication.

Programs

Bachelor of Science

Non-Degree

English

Go to information for English.

Programs

Bachelor of Arts

Non-Degree

Foreign Languages and Literatures

Go to information for Foreign Languages and Literatures.

Programs

Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Science

Non-Degree

History

Go to information for History.

Programs

Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Science

Non-Degree

Music

Go to information for Music.

Programs

Bachelor of Music

Non-Degree

Philosophy

Go to information for Philosophy.

Programs

Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Science

Non-Degree

Political Science and International Relations

Go to information for Political Science and International Relations.

Programs

Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Science

Non-Degree

Sociology and Anthropology

Go to information for Sociology and Anthropology.

Programs

Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Science

Non-Degree

Theatre and Dance

Go to information for Theatre and Dance.

Programs

Bachelor of Science

Non-Degree

Global Studies and Cultural Geography Program

Go to information for Global Studies and Cultural Geography Program.

Programs

Bachelor of Science

Non-Degree