The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences of the University of Illinois at Chicago offers a wide range of programmes in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. These include literature, biology, chemistry, history, economics, mathematics, criminology, physics, foreign languages and many others.
Based on the tradition of the liberal arts, the college focuses on holistic intellectual development and delivering an educational experience rather than pure vocational and professional training. For this reason, the emphasis is put on exploration of comprehending human cultures and the natural universe. The advantage of adding social sciences to the curriculum is to gain a solid foundation for understanding the complexity of human lives and world around us.
African American Studies
• General Biology
• Molecular, Cellular, and Organismal Biology
Criminology, Law, and Justice
Earth and Environmental Sciences
• American Literature
• British & Anglophone Literature
• Creative Writing; Media
• Professional Writing
• Rhetorical & Cultural Studies
French and Francophone Studies
Gender and Women’s Studies
Germanic Studies with a Business Minor
Integrated Health Studies
• Behavioral Health
• Health and Science
Latin American and Latino Studies
Mathematics & Computer Science
• Algorithms and Theory
• Computational Mathematics
Polish, Russian, and Central and Eastern European Studies
•Central and Eastern European Studies
•Polish Studies; Russian Studies
• Law & Courts
• Urban Politics
Secondary Education Program
• Teaching of English
• Teaching of French
• Teaching of German
• Teaching of History
• Teaching of Mathematics
• Teaching of Spanish
• Hispanic Linguistics
• Hispanic Literatures and Cultural Studies
• Hispanic Studies
• Applied Statistics
• Statistical Theory & Methods
The largest university in the Chicago area, The University of Illinois Chicago is an acclaimed research University. The university has 16 colleges with a wide range of programmes to choose from. Life sciences, physical sciences, social sciences, arts, business, law, technology and more. It is not just what you learn in the classroom, but UIC offers a lot of extracurricular activities to connect with classmates outside the classroom.
With a student-teacher ratio of 18:1, the students receive more attention along with the quality of education.
UIC ranked 46th among public national universities by the 2022 U.S. News & World Report ranking. It is the only Illinois university ranked among the 10 best value colleges in the nation by Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education.
The undergraduate degree programs encompass a broad-based general education experience, a student-selected field of specialization, and elective courses to round out a student’s interests.
Students are encouraged to participate in faculty-led research and scholarly opportunities, as well as internships and study abroad. Graduates are prepared to pursue nearly any career path and further education.
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