Academic programs in CASL are many and various—and organized in many and various ways! Here’s a quick guide to find your way.
CASL houses 35 undergraduate majors. The link here will take you to the full list, with quick access to the requirements for each.
CASL is organized into six interdisciplinary departments:
Language, Culture and Communication includes Public Communication and Culture, Comparative Literature, Composition and Rhetoric , Global Cultures, Journalism and Screen Studies, Linguistics, and Modern and Classical Languages
Natural Sciences includes Biochemistry, Biological Sciences, Chemistry (ACS Certified), Chemistry (Instructional), Earth Sciences/Geology, Environmental Science, Environmental Science M.S, Environmental Studies, Integrated Science, Microbiology, and Physics
CASL offers six graduate programs at the Master’s level
COLLEGE- WIDE PROGRAMS
Interdisciplinary programs offering majors and minors that involve faculty and courses from different departments.
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH AND LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Virtually every CASL program offers students the opportunity to engage in independent study or research under the direction of a faculty member. Opportunities for developing leadership skills or becoming engaged in the community in an academic context are also prevalent. For information about the major undergraduate research and leadership opportunities, click here.
SPECIAL ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
CASL offers or supports a number of special academic programs. Some are aimed at particular groups of students, while others are available to anyone. All of them seek to enhance the student’s experience at UM-Dearborn—whether inside the classroom, outside the classroom, or both.
CASL's internet-based courses and programs are administered by CASL Online.