Liberal Arts and Sciences. Education for Life.

The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) at the University of Michigan-Flint offers programs that will educate students far beyond their chosen majors. With over 25 undergraduate possibilities, and numerous graduate programs for students interested in furthering their education, the College of Arts and Sciences provides something for every student.

Comprised of programs in humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, interdisciplinary studies, performing, visual, and fine arts, and encompassing popular STEM offerings, CAS courses prepare students for a life filled with change by providing a broad knowledge base and lifelong learning strategies.

A liberal education encourages students to be well versed in a wide range of subjects whether they are focused on a single career path or building a foundation for the future. By imparting both critical and creative thinking skills, communication strategies, and intercultural and global understanding, we help students become the individuals sought by today’s employers and communities. With technology and the economy ever changing, students must be able to adapt to what is currently trending and, even more importantly, what will be in demand in the future—and with a degree from UM-Flint’s College of Arts and Sciences, they can.


Samantha Lang in London

M.S. Computer Science Student Presents Research in London

M.S. in Computer Science student Samantha Lang presented research she conducted with professor Mike Farmer at the Intellisys 2019 Conference in London. Read more about how the psychology undergrad is excelling in the CS master's program. 

Fine & Performing Arts Showcase

On Oct. 30, students and professors from Art & Art History, Music, and Theatre & Dance came together to showcase opportunities to create and perform for prospective students. Click "more" to view a video highlight from the event! 

Professor Feuerherm on Pirate Vocabulary

September 19 was Talk Like a Pirate Day, so we wanted to learn more about how pirates speak. Associate Professor of Linguistics Emily Feuerherm shared the origins of some common pirate vocabulary. Click 'more' to watch the video! 

Kazuko Hiramatsu earns NSF Grant

Associate Professor of Linguistics Kazuko Hiramatsu earned a grant from the National Science Foundation to study the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning in Linguistics. Along with co-principal investigator Michal Temkin Martinez of Boise State University, Kazuko will form a Faculty Learning Community composed of linguistics scholars across the country. 

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