- For Faculty, Student, Staff, Parent, Prospective Student
It is the purpose of the College of Liberal Arts, as a center of learning and scholarship, to help students achieve an understanding of the heritage of civilization and to educate them in the tradition of the past and realities of the present so they may recognize and act upon their obligations to the future. The College seeks to meet the educational needs of each student through the development of interests and skills, which, combined with the individual’s potential, make possible a richer, more useful life.
The College of Liberal Arts houses the following academic, research, arts and administrative units:
Anthropology; Art and Art History; Center for Study Abroad; Classics, Humanities and Italian Studies; Communication; Education; English; ESL Institute; Geography; History; Interdisciplinary Studies; International Affairs; Justice Studies; Languages, Literatures and Cultures; Liberal Studies; Linguistics; Music; Philosophy; Political Science; Psychology; Sociology; Theatre and Dance; and Women's Studies
Museum of Art, Paul Creative Arts Center, and the UNH Celebrity Series
Center for New England Culture, Center for the Humanities, Confucius Institute at UNH, Crimes Against Children Research Center, Family Research Laboratory, Justiceworks, Prevention Innovations Research Center, and The Survey Center
Career and Professional Success, COLA Business Service Center, and Phi Beta Kappa
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