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About the College


The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is the largest academic unit of the University. It is comprised of twenty departments offering thirty-eight undergraduate major programs in natural sciences, social sciences, fine arts, performing arts and humanities.

Six graduate degree programs are available in such disciplines as the humanities, the biological sciences, computer science, counseling psychology and engineering.

The College assumes responsibility for most of the General Education Program curriculum required of all undergraduate students.

CLAS occupies space in buildings across campus, including Dunkle Hall, the Fine Arts building, Guild Center, Gunter Hall, Lowndes Hall, Old Main, Performing Arts Center, Tawes Hall, and the Compton Science Center. You can see building locations on the FSU campus map.