College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Bradley’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences provides the personalized attention of a liberal arts college, with the resources of a research university. If you are curious, passionate about learning, and love to explore, you will find a welcoming home in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Programs within the departments of LAS promote hands-on, minds-on, real-world learning through cooperative education, internships, practicums in clinical settings and research participation. These experiences link the world of intellect to the world of work and practical application, and expose students to the career options available immediately upon graduation as well as to options for postgraduate study.
Departments and Programs
- Criminal Justice Studies
- Institute of International Studies
- Political Science
- Sociology & Social Work
Sciences and Mathematics
Interdisciplinary Majors and Area Studies
English students show career, interest-related research at colloquium
Panel Analyzes Religion Through Lens of Liberal Arts
Dr. Robert Fuller and three other Bradley faculty examined Fuller’s latest book, “The Body of Faith: A Biological History of Religion in America,” in November’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Lecture Series. In addition to Fuller, the panel included professors from the biology, psychology, and history departments.
Bradley Students Find Success at Statewide Paper Competition for the Second Consecutive Year
Earlier this semester, one current Bradley student and two recent graduates were happily surprised to discover they had tied for second place and claimed third place in the Illinois Sociological Association’s Undergraduate Student Paper Competition for academic essays.
Dr. John Williams to Have Book Reprinted in Paperback
History Department Chair Dr. John Williams is to have his edited book Weimar Culture Revisited reprinted in paperback by Palgrave Macmillan.
Bradley alumna named curator for NSTA
Nicole Vick, ’13, graduated from Bradley University with a Professional Master of Arts in Environmental Science Education. She has now been selected as curator for the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) to roll out new national core standards for science as part of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).