Arts and Sciences Education

The Arts and Sciences Education unit is a broad curricular unit organized to emphasize the essential harmony of the social, cultural, and scientific efforts of humankind. Within the rationale of liberal education, the principal purpose of the unit is to help students realize personal, professional, and occupational objectives. All departments in the unit offer courses for general and liberal arts studies. Strong emphasis is placed on courses that provide communication and citizenship skills which enable students to participate effectively in a democratic society.

Students who are pursuing a four-year degree in any area of the Liberal Arts program, or who intend to earn an associate of arts or associate of applied science degree, should follow the general college catalog requirements as outlined in this publication. Students planning to transfer may graduate with an Associate of Arts in University Studies degree with an emphasis in a particular discipline. They may also pursue a degree in Biology, Child Development, Human Services, Mathematics, or Teacher Education. For a fuller explanation, see the requirements for the degrees under the heading, “Degree Requirements” in this catalog.

While attending ENMU-Roswell, students are encouraged to consult with faculty, program directors and advisors on this campus and with the institution they will attend after graduation to ensure that courses taken here will transfer to the particular programs they have chosen.