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Vanderbilt University College of Arts and Science

The College of Arts and Science at Vanderbilt University
Established 1873
Type Private
Dean Carolyn Dever
Academic staff 519
Undergraduates 3,843[1]
Location Nashville, TN, USA

The College of Arts and Science is a liberal arts college at Vanderbilt University located in Nashville, Tennessee. The College confers the Bachelor of Arts degree on undergraduates, and, in conjunction with the Graduate School, the Master of Arts, Master of Science, and the Doctor of Philosophy degrees on graduate students.[1]

Degree programs

Kirkland Hall, Vanderbilt University

The College's undergraduate course offerings include majors in economics; economics and history; English; English and history; European studies; film studies; French; French and European studies; German; German studies; history; history of art; Jewish studies; Latin American and Iberian studies; mathematics; medicine, health, and society; molecular and cellular biology; neuroscience; philosophy; physics; political science; psychology; public policy studies; religious studies; Russian; Russian studies; Russian and European studies; sociology; Spanish; Spanish and Portuguese; Spanish, Portuguese, and European studies; theatre; and women’s and gender studies.[2]


  1. ^ a b "RE:VU: Quick Facts about Vanderbilt". Vanderbilt University News Service. Retrieved 2007-06-25. 
  2. ^ "Majors and Minors". Vanderbilt University College of Arts and Science. Retrieved 2007-06-25. 

External links

  • Vanderbilt University College of Arts and Science website
  • A&S Cornerstone

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