College of Arts & Sciences
Research Across Disciplines
Student Scholarship, Research, & Creativity
RAD is an annual conference showcasing student scholastic efforts from around the region and across a variety of academic
fields. Join us December 11-12!
The College debuts an MA in Human Services and a BS in Computational Biology in 2015-16.
Global Graduate Program
Nothing Compares to Being There
Complete an MA in International Relations by traveling to 5 countries in only 11 months.
Serving Adult Learners
Arts & Sciences offers several graduate certificate programs, providing continuing education credit opportunities for those seeking to refocus or advance their careers.
The College of Arts & Sciences houses a broad range of academic disciplines. Students who study human rights at our innovative Institute for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies, who collaborate with faculty on chemical research in our labs, and who explore free verse with the former Missouri Poet Laureate all call Arts & Sciences “home.”
Uniting all our programs is a belief in free and rigorous intellectual inquiry, and
that inquiry comes alive in our classrooms every day thanks to our distinctive faculty
and diverse body of students. Students in the College of Arts & Sciences learn not what to think but how to think; they graduate with the ability to apply their intellect, curiosity, and
global consciousness to make a positive impact on the world in whatever way they see
The College of Arts & Sciences boasts the largest number and greatest diversity of departments and academic programs at Webster University.
The College's partnering organizations and yearly events, from the Year of International Human Rights to the Undergraduate Research Conference.
Travel the world while earning your Master of Arts in International Relations.