In CLAS, the academic possibilities are endless. You can choose your path in the sciences, social sciences, or humanities – or combine them into an interdisciplinary degree that suits your unique interests. Here, you’ll find information on CLAS majors and programs of study, the departments and centers that house them, and the cornucopia of courses you have to choose from.
TME’s major profiles are the quickest and easiest way to gather information on all of UConn’s majors. Each profile includes information about introductory courses, potential career paths, related areas of study, and more.
Our College’s 24 academic departments span the sciences, social sciences and humanities. They administer our undergraduate majors and graduate programs, and their faculty engage in world-class research.
About 63% of the total credit hours at UConn are taught in CLAS, including general education and upper division classes. You can browse course titles and descriptions through the University’s Undergraduate Catalog.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is the academic core of learning and research at UConn. We are committed to the full spectrum of academics across the sciences, social sciences, and humanities. We give students a liberal arts and sciences education that empowers them with broad knowledge, transferable skills, and an ability to think critically about important issues across a variety of disciplines.
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
215 Glenbrook Road, U-4098
Storrs, Connecticut 06269-4098