The many majors, professional programs and core curriculum found within Arts & Sciences set the stage for a high quality educational experience grounded in the Jesuit tradition. The axiom "Jesuit tradition" is synonymous with educating the "whole person," that is, with growth in the intellectual, physical, emotional, and social dimensions of your life.
The faculty in the Division of Arts and Sciences are committed primarily to the enrichment of your intellect. This commitment is exemplified by the rigorous study of great literature, math, natural and social sciences, art, drama, philosophy, religious studies, languages, history and music. The faculty in the Arts and Sciences do not take lightly their charge to educate the whole person. Indeed, the men and women who comprise our faculty have big plans for you; they will nurture a love of learning that will last a lifetime!
The Le Moyne faculty are themselves passionate learners. They strive continually to contribute to the disciplines in which they were trained. Perhaps more importantly, their research energizes their teaching, and hopefully, this in turn will get you excited about your education.
You can expect our faculty to teach you how to think critically, analyze and interpret data, and write and speak effectively. Your professors in the Arts and Sciences will teach you to develop connections between disciplines, and how to become an engaged, thoughtful citizen of the global community. In short, we have great expectations for you because a distinctive Jesuit education could never mean anything less.
Dean of Arts & Sciences
J.Barron Boyd Jr., Ph.D., Interim Dean