College of Arts and Sciences
The programs of the College of Arts and Sciences lie at the core of Saint Martin’s
promise to deliver a strong liberal arts education. Here, you will develop and refine
the qualities you need to more fully engage with the world around you — critical thinking,
curiosity, a sense of discovery, a broader perspective — no matter what discipline you
choose as a major.
Characterized by an educational environment that is both rigorous and supportive,
the College of Arts and Sciences comprises three broad disciplinary areas: humanities,
mathematics and natural sciences, and social sciences.
The social sciences are concerned with the development of
human society, the nature of social institutions and roles,
human behavior and the ideas that have shaped human life.
The humanities deal with what
is distinctively human: contributions of human beings to
advances in artistic or literary expression and philosophical
thought and the use and study of language.
||Science and mathematics
The science and math division prepares you for a career in any of our
four major programs. We emphasize critical analysis,
logical problem solving and collaborative skills.
Graduates of Saint Martin's RN-to-BSN program will be better prepared to
succeed in the nation's rapidly changing, increasingly complex health
care environment and lead change to advance health.