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McMicken College of Arts & Sciences

Uptown Campus West

The McMicken College of Arts & Sciences is UC's largest and most diverse college, boasting 29 departments and academic centers, more than 70 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, a growing number of interdisciplinary programs, such as Neuroscience, and more than 400 full-time faculty members. A full listing of academic programs is available on the McMicken Web site.

Contact Information:

124 McMicken Hall

Faculty Excellence. Faculty at a Top 25 Research University are expected to perform. And do they ever. McMicken faculty publish more than 600 books, chapters and articles each year and in 2011, research funding reached $14.96 million, a 64 percent increase from five years ago. Their scholarly activity doesn’t keep them locked up in their labs and offices though. McMicken faculty are chosen for prestigious teaching awards every year.

Read more about our faculty in their personal profiles.

Real World Experience. Going beyond the classroom to conduct research, participate in an internship, live in the language immersion house or study abroad are just a few of the ways McMicken students gain real world experience. Relationships built through these experiences help promote student success at every level, from internal motivation to full-time jobs.

Links about real-world experience can be found on the A&S undergraduate Web site.

Commitment to Students. Navigating “red tape” on a college campus can be daunting. McMicken undergraduates, however, need not worry. Students are well taken care of from the moment they step onto campus. Award-winning advisors help students with schedules, deciding upon a major and getting involved on campus. Their expertise has helped retention skyrocket and increased student satisfaction.

You can meet our advisors on the advising Web pages.