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College of Arts and Sciences

Colleges

The College of Arts and Sciences offers the traditional college experience to students working toward an associate, bachelor's, or master's degree from Bethel's main campus in McKenzie, Tennessee. The undergraduate degree offers more than 30 majors and the graduate program offers a Master of Arts in Education.

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Which Program is Right for Me?

  • Associate Programs: Within CAS, you can complete an associate of arts in general studies or an associate of science in general studies to prepare for further education through the College of Arts and Science or the College of Professional Studies. Explore our associate's degree programs.
  • Undergraduate Programs: Students currently have over 30 undergraduate CAS programs to choose from at Bethel University. Within the College of Arts and Science, you can study anything from art and applied music to field and environmental biology. Explore our bachelor's degree programs.
  • Master's Degree Programs: CAS offers a Masters of Art in Education (Licensure), Masters of Art in Education for Leadership Excellence (Licensure), and a Practitioner Licensure Program (Licensure) (graduate level non-degree program). Explore our master's degree programs.

College of Arts and Sciences Catalog

The catalog for the College of Arts and Sciences | 2019 - 2020 school year can be referenced for program requirements. To access past CAS catalogs, refer to the Catalogs page under Academic Services.

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Divisions of the College of Arts and Sciences

Humanties

Art, English, Theatre, Spanish

Natural Sciences & Mathematics

Biology (Field & Environment), Biology (Pre-Professional Health), Biology (Education), Biology (General), Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Pre-Pharmacy

Social Sciences

Business Administration (Accounting), Business Administration (Computer Information Systems), Business Administration (Management), History, Human Services, Psychology, Sociology, Criminal Justice Studies

Music & Religion

Christian Studies (Pre-Ministerial Preparation), Christian Studies (Support Ministry Preparation), Music (Applied or Church, Music (Education) Music Industry Studies (Business or Production & Technology), Religion, Philosophy

Health & Physical Education

Health, Physical Education

Division of Education

The mission of the Division of Education is to uphold the mission of the University and to prepare candidates for careers in public education.

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