Well-lived lives begin here.
The College of Arts and Sciences is the beating heart of Piedmont University. Home to more than three dozen programs—a count that continues to grow—its mission is to prepare students to become critical thinkers, engaged citizens, and compassionate leaders.
Students may pursue bachelor of science, bachelor of arts, and bachelor of fine arts degrees in the Arts, Humanities, Mass Communications, Mathematics/Physics, Music, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, and Theatre. The College also partners with local and community organizations to provide practicums, internships, and service-learning experiences.
Arts & Sciences faculty provide a range of cultural activities, including plays, musical performances, art shows, and travel study experiences. Piedmont celebrates and encourages self-discovery and service through sharing while providing a rigorous education that prepares students to prosper beyond college.
- GBI Crime Lab
- The Aurora Theatre
- Medical School of South Carolina
- Sautee Nacoochee Cultural Center
The College of Arts & Sciences offers undergraduate majors in a broad range of disciplines and serves as the liberal arts core of the institution, bringing together diverse courses of study in a collaborative, informative, and creative manner.
A minor is a collection of courses outside the major that allows the student the opportunity to explore another academic area or field. Minors are available for major programs and some non-major areas as well.
- Creative Writing
- Criminal Justice
- Environmental Geology
- Environmental Science
- Film Studies
- Graphic Design
- Mass Communications
- Physical Science
- Political Science
- Social Justice
- Theatre Arts