Welcome to the College of Arts and Sciences (COAS). Our offices are located on the third floor of the Science and Technology Building in suite 311.
The Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences is Dr. Mirley Balasubramanya.
The College of Arts & Sciences is home to Science and Mathematics, Social Sciences, and Arts and Humanities. The College is comprised of the following academic programs: Biology, Chemistry, Criminology, Fine Arts, Sociology, Political Science, Psychology, Mathematics, Physics, Geology, Geography, History, Communications, English, Spanish, Water Resources, Women's Studies, and Writing.
Our first Writer-in-Residence is Laurie Ann Guerrero, San Antonio (2014-2016) and State of Texas Poet Laureate (2016).
The College sponsors The Institute for Water Resources Science and Technology (IWRST) directed by Dr. Rudolph Rosen.
The College of Arts and Sciences offers thirty-six undergraduate degrees, Master of Arts in English and Master of Science in Water Resources Science and Technology degree. (Pending SACSCOC* approval in the Summer of 2019). Whether a Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BS), or a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) with specific concentration: these degrees prepare our students to excel in an ever-changing world. The Arts and Sciences broad curriculum engage student learning to attain and understand in a culturally diverse environment generating possibilities both beyond and from within to challenge and achieve academic excellence.
Our faculty are committed to student academic development and enhancing professional skills in preparation for post-baccalaureate education and employment by providing opportunities for critical thinking, synthesis, and research. The curriculum builds foundational knowledge required for all academic degree programs at the University, emphasizing communication skills, analytical reasoning, and independent thought. Our faculty
We are proud to serve the needs of all students, traditional and non-traditional, domestic or foreign, and an affirmation of our University mission, our students are encouraged to discover, explore, examine and question everything. You are encouraged to flex and apply intellectual curiosity in order to improve skills, acquire knowledge, and develop abilities, so that, in turn, you will enrich our community, health, and environment.
You are invited to experience what A&M-San Antonio has to offer you.
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* Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
Science and Mathematics
For the student wanting to pursue a degree in Biology, Psychology and Math.
Arts and Humanities
For students wanting a degree in English, Communications, History, Women's Studies and Spanish.
For students wanting a degree in Criminology, Political Science, and Sociology.