CASL’s varied undergraduate and graduate academic programs reflect our commitment to leadership, learning, and student success. By offering a curriculum steeped in the liberal arts and sciences, the college provides students with the necessary foundation to excel in their academic pursuits and to make a difference in the world beyond the classroom. Moreover, various opportunities for interdisciplinary work, academic service learning, internships, and co-ops mean that our students leave this campus prepared not just for employment but for life.
CASL is home to six graduate programs and 35 undergraduate majors. Undergraduate programs range from Women’s and Gender Studies to Biochemistry, English to Environmental Science, Mathematics to International Studies, and Political Science to Criminal Justice. With our rich array of majors and minors in addition to certificate programs and an Honors Program, CASL offers a transformative experience which prepares citizens with a wide and critical perspective, a deep appreciation for humanity's achievements, and the creative bent necessary for tomorrow's work.
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Auctions, Foreclosures, and Displacement: a symposium on the Detroit housing crisis & community response
Friday, April 3, 8:30 a.m.-noon in the Mary Kochoff Auditorium (1030 CB).
CASL Visiting Lecture Series presents: Jeffrey Veidlinger, “Listening and Remembering: Reflections on Oral History”
Thursday, April 2, 12:30-2:00 p.m. in the Mary Kochoff Auditorium (1030 CB).
Thursday, April 2 at 2:30 p.m. in 1096 CASL Building.