You'll experience endless possibilities and new perspectives
Think about ideas, values, and philosophies, challenging your own beliefs and learning about those held by others. You delve into the scientific underpinnings of our world and develop research skills to investigate new questions. You develop your ability to organize and interpret information, to think analytically, and to communicate your ideas clearly and persuasively.
The largest undergraduate program at Washington University, the College of Arts & Sciences is the center of intellectual life on campus. Of the five undergraduate divisions, Arts & Sciences offers the greatest number and the most diverse range of classes. Almost all undergraduate students take Arts & Sciences courses.
Arts & Sciences graduates can be found in all walks of life. They are entrepreneurs, physicians, executives, teachers, biologists, explorers, filmmakers, and much more. Many graduates go on to become experts in their chosen fields by pursuing a graduate or professional degree program.