The College of Arts & Sciences is a vibrant academic community at the heart of the university undergraduate experience. Grounded in liberal arts, students prepare for careers in science, business, the arts, education, communication, government and service organizations as well as for professional programs and graduate school. Each department is committed to giving students unlimited opportunities to shine and each is devoted to graduating students who are ready to take on the world as confident, competent leaders.
Ashland University Establishes Online Master’s Program in Health and Risk Communication
Health and risk communication has become one of the fastest growing areas in Communication Studies due to high demand for skilled communication professionals.
The need for competent communication skills by safety, health, and environmental professionals has never been more in demand in light of greater corporate responsibility and the growing focus on public safety and preparedness. Learn More
Influence Policy & Protect Our Country
The Intelligence Program at ATIC offers a unique opportunity for college students interested in careers in intelligence.
The program provides the student with a working background in intelligence and the skills needed to become an entry level intelligence analyst in the Intelligence Community.
The combination of a college degree, the Intelligence Program at ATIC and the security clearance available provides unmatched marketability to students upon graduation.
This program provides a valuable tool to the student when looking for employment after graduation and will open up more doors of opportunity for the student to walk through. Read More
Dr. Christopher Swanson, professor of mathematics at Ashland University, has received the 2014 Ohio Section Award for Distinguished College or University Teaching of Mathematics from the Ohio Section of the Mathematical Association of America.
Swanson received the award at the Ohio Section of the Mathematical Association of America spring meeting held April 4-5 at the University of Toledo.
“I am quite honored to have been selected for this award,” Swanson said. “There are certain professional recognitions that mathematics faculty receive that I consider to be truly prestigious in that very few faculty receive them in their entire careers. I feel like I have just received one of these recognitions.”
TAWSE 13/14 TAYLOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING RECIPIENT
Professor Merrill Tawse (Biology) is the recipient of the 2013/2014 Edward and Louaine Taylor Excellence in Teaching Award! Faculty members are nominated for this award by students and peers. The Taylor Excellence in Teaching Committee, comprised of former award recipients, reviews portfolios and observes the teaching of the final three candidates prior to selecting the award winner. Professor Tawse will be recognized for his teaching at the Academic Honors Convocation on April 13. Please congratulate our colleague, Merrill Tawse!
The Ashland University choral program collaborates with the College of Arts & Sciences Symposium Against Indifference to present a concert of a variety of... more
The Ashland University Department of Music presents the best of Spring 2014 at the Honors Recital on Wednesday, April 23, at 7:30 p.m. in the Elizabeth Pastor... more