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Whitworth University College of Arts & Sciences

The Whitworth University College of Arts & Sciences bears the primary responsibility for providing an education grounded in the liberal arts and sciences and committed to the integration of faith and learning. This education seeks to develop intellectual, relational, and professional skills and to foster a faithful response to God, to cultivate individual character, to work for just relationships with others, and to demonstrate responsible care for the creation.

The college consists of 122 faculty, supports the general education of students for the entire undergraduate program, and offers 41 majors in art, biology, chemistry, communications, English, health sciences, history, kinesiology, math & computer science, modern languages, music, philosophy, physics, political science, psychology, sociology, theatre, and theology. In addition, the college is also home to Whitworth's innovative interdisciplinary programs such as American Diversity Studies, Women's & Gender Studies, and the Core Worldview Program.




Contact Information
 


Email:

cas@whitworth.edu

Phone:
509.777.4874

Location:
Robinson Science Hall 103

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