College of Arts and Sciences, University of South Florida
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The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest college at USF, a Research I, Carnegie Doctoral Extensive University. CAS has 28 departments in four cognate areas: life and physical sciences, social and behavioral sciences, the humanities and professional programs. Our College's 500+ faculty and 150+ staff serve approximately 17,000 majors enrolled in 65 undergraduate majors and concentrations, 36 masters, and 14 doctoral degree programs. Many of our programs are nationally ranked.
The College of Arts and Sciences serves almost half of USF?s undergraduate majors and provides general education for USF undergraduate students. Strong traditional undergraduate programs are augmented by such innovative approaches to teaching and learning such as Interdisciplinary Learning Communities. The College houses nationally ranked doctoral programs in Organizational/Industrial Psychology and Applied Anthropology as well as applied graduate programs in areas such as Aging Studies, Anthropology, Communications, Environmental Science, Social Work, Audiology and Physics. The College has a strong focus on interdisciplinary and global studies, the physical sciences, coastal biology, disease prevention and treatment, and urban social issues.