The College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
The College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences offers students the opportunity to develop and showcase their skills through high impact learning experiences: debates, artistic expressions, and through community outreach. Additionally, our nationally accredited programs include opportunities for students to broaden their perspectives through study abroad experiences.
The University will performance once again at
the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts!
Mark your calendars for Tuesday, March 29, 2016. This is the date for the President's Gala, a night of stunning performances by faculty and students in the department of music. A reivew of the 2013 highlights can be found here. If you wish to reserve tickets for this year's event, please fill out our reservation form.
Explore the departments to learn more about the programs within our college:
|English and Philosophy|
|Government, International Studies and Languages|
|History and Anthropology|
|Social Studies Education|
|Theatre and Dance|
|Sociology, Gerontology and Cross-Disciplinary Studies|
|Sociology and Gerontology|
|Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies|
Renaissance is our College magazine, which has been published every year since 2008.
Click here to read our past issues.
Carnegie bust unveiled: On April 2, 2014, famous Missouri author Dale Carnegie was memorialized on the campus of his alma mater with a bust placed in the campus quadrangle. For more information on the day's events and to become part of the Dale Carnegie legacy, click here.
Mariah Suddarth and Adam Blood (left), both graduate students at UCM, unveil the Dale Carnegie bust.