College of Arts & Sciences

The College of Arts & Sciences, created in 1919, is Baylor University’s largest academic division and home to approximately 45 percent of all undergraduates. Arts & Sciences courses are the foundation upon which all Baylor students’ educational experiences are built.

May 2, 2024
Baylor Faculty Honored with 2024 Centennial Professor Awards Receive Funding for Summer Research

Baylor University faculty members Julie Hoggarth, Ph.D., associate professor of anthropology, and Jeffrey C. Petersen, Ph.D., professor of sport management, have been selected to receive the 2024 Centennial Professor Awards for summer research projects on the impact of drought on the Mayan collapse and the expansion of administrative staff within collegiate sports, respectively. 

Apr. 25, 2024
Baylor's Model Organization of American States Team Represents Chile in International Competition

The Baylor Model Organization of American States team represented the Republic of Chile at the Washington, D.C. MOAS Summit in April 2024.

Apr. 24, 2024
Baylor Students Receive Unique Opportunity to Learn from Professional Filmmakers in Japanese Animation Camp

Three Baylor undergraduates went to Niigata, Japan, in March 2024 to participate in the Niigata Animation Camp, described as “a cutting-edge development program tailored for aspiring young directors, staff and students in the realm of international animation.” 

Apr. 24, 2024
Baylor Model United Nations Team Partners with Team from Japan to Win Outstanding Delegation in National Competition

For the first time in team history, Baylor Model United Nations teamed up with another program, Japan Model United Nations, to participate as a joint delegation at the National Model United Nations New York Conference.

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