School of Arts & Sciences (Undergrad)


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Annual tuition fees

$19,950 $38,950
  • The average scholarship award is $19,000


4 Years


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List of Programs

  1. Biochemistry, BS
  2. Bioinformatics, BS
  3. Biology, BS
  4. Biology-Adolescence Education, BS
  5. Chemistry, BS
  6. Chemistry-Adolescence Education, BS
  7. Computer Science, BS
  8. Criminology, BA
  9. Cybersecurity, BS
  10. Engineering Physics, BS
  11. English, BA
  12. Environmental Studies, BA
  13. Health and Society, BA
  14. Health and Society, BS
  15. History, BA
  16. International Studies, BA
  17. Literary Publishing & Editing, BA
  18. Math-Adolescence Education, BS
  19. Mathematics, BS
  20. Music, BA
  21. Philosophy, BA
  22. Physics, BS
  23. Physics-Adolescence Education, BS
  24. Political Science, BA
  25. Psychology, BA
  26. Psychology, BS
  27. Sociology, BA
  28. Spanish, BA
  29. Theater, BA
  30. Theology and Franciscan Studies, BA
  31. Undeclared Arts and Sciences
  32. Visual Arts, BA
  33. Women’s Studies, BA


Academic Requirements

  • Recommended Minimum GPA: 2.5
  • International Transcript Evaluation (completed by NACES-approved evaluator)

Additional requirements

  • Personal Essay: 250-word
  • At least one letter of recommendation


English Tests Requirements





Duolingo English test


About Faculty

The objective of the School of Arts and Sciences is to afford a broad education in the cultural and scientific subjects.

While each department offers specific training in a particular subject to students desiring to major in that field, the arts curriculum as a whole is designed to acquaint the student with literature, art, language, history and philosophy, which largely form our cultural inheritance.

Top Reasons to Study in St. Bonaventure University

St. Bonaventure embraces students, faculty and staff of all faiths and cultures and strives to bring out the best in every individual through meaningful relationships. As an academic and spiritual community, we endeavor to prepare our students for the challenges they will face in their professional careers and personal lives.

Ranking & Accreditation of St. Bonaventure University

  • #6 Best Value Schools U.S. News & World Report, 2024
  • #31 Best Undergraduate Teaching U.S. News & World Report, 2024
  • No. 14 in Best Innovative Schools in the North
  • No. 17 in Best Regional Universities in the North
  • No. 30 in Best Undergraduate Teaching in the North
  • SBU is among the Best 387 Colleges in the nation

Student Accommodation at St. Bonaventure University

  • Housing: $7,950
  • Dining: $7,050

Our residence halls, cafes and dining facilities are where you will make your first new friends, learn to appreciate different ideas and customs, gather for laughs and relaxation away from class — and have some of the best times of your life.

All students are required to live on campus throughout their freshman, sophomore and junior years. This makes for a fun and friendly atmosphere where there is always something happening, whether at a campus gathering spot or in the room next door.


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