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Welcome to the College of Arts, Education, and Sciences

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We offer the skills and knowledge you need for some of the most rewarding careers in the world.

We are a vital part of the university, serving students across a broad spectrum of disciplines and offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs at every level. In the College of Arts, Education, and Sciences, we are dedicated to the unique success and academic excellence of each and every student who walks through our doors.

We are made up of four academic units: the School of Education, dedicated to the preparation of outstanding teachers; the School of Humanities, studying the nuance and significance of history, languages, and communication; the School of Sciences, searching for solutions to problems in the natural world; and the School of Visual and Performing Arts, where vibrant performances and artwork challenge and inspire us. 

Our outstanding faculty and staff offer a supportive learning environment dedicated to preparing highly qualified professionals to meet the workforce demands of the community, the region and beyond. 

Recent College News


ULM pilot program develops high school students into educators

A University of Louisiana Monroe professor won the Educators Rising Champion Award at the organization's conference on June 26 in Washington, D.C. Dr. Amy Weems is an assistant professor of education and launched the Louisiana Educators Rising pilot program three years ago at Neville, Oak Grove and Wossman high schools.

Twin City Community Band to perform free July 4th concert at ULM

The Twin City Community Band (TCCB) will present a free, patriotic concert at 7 p.m. Monday, July 4 in Brown Theater on the University of Louisiana Monroe campus. Conductors include Robert Freeman from West Monroe High School, Marie Looney from Neville High School, Keith Adams from Claiborne Christian Academy and Katie Conrad from LaSalle High School. The entire community is invited to attend.

  

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Spring 2017 Initiation of Sigma Delta Pi

The Region III Science & Engineering 

Lambda Sigma Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi 

French Film Festival continues Sring 2017

KEDM Annual Meeting & State of the Station 

Friends of KEDM Beer Tasting 

 

 

SPECIALTIES


The Hawkeye

Award-winning and student-operated news outlet 

Museum of Natural History

Recently inducted into Louisiana's Heroes and Heritage Trail, the museum is a resource for scientists and the general public.

91X- Radio

91X is a student-operated radio broadcast service
of the College of Arts, Education, and Sciences
from the University of Louisiana at Monroe.


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