College of Liberal Arts (Undergrad)


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List of Programs

  1. Cultural Studies
  2. Deaf Studies
  3. English
  4. Family & Human Services
  5. Family Science
  6. French
  7. French Education
  8. Spanish
  9. Spanish Education
  10. Geography & Environmental Planning
  11. Geography & Land Surveying
  12. Health Science
  13. History
  14. Interdisciplinary Studies
  15. American Studies
  16. Animal Behavior
  17. Asian Studies
  18. Latin American & Latino / a study
  19. Law & American Civilization
  20. Metropolitan Studies
  21. Philosophy
  22. Political Science
  23. Psychology
  24. Religious Studies
  25. Social Sciences
  26. Sociology & Anthropology
  27. Women’s & Gender Studies


Academic Requirements

  • Recommended Minimum GPA Freshman: 3.0; Transfer: 2.0
  • SAT: 540 EBRW
  • ACT: 21 English
  • IB: 5 SL English
  • GCSE/IGCSE: C on O, AS, A level English

Additional requirements

international student services fee is added for all new and continuing non-sponsored, degree-seeking and pathway international students.

The $125 per semester cost will fund valuable services including student immigration documents processing, student advising, programs to integrate international students into TU academic life, and compliance with increasingly complex federally mandated regulations and reporting to protect your non-immigrant status.

English Tests Requirements



subscores of 17



band scores of 5.5

PTE Pearson


Duolingo English test


About Faculty

Think critically. Communicate clearly. Work creatively. With a liberal arts education, you can apply your interdisciplinary skills to solve a range of real-world challenges.

Top Reasons to Study in Towson University

A first-choice institution

Towson University is a first-choice institution ranked among the best in the region. It is the largest public university in the Baltimore area. TU has more than 22,000 students enrolled in either undergraduate or graduate studies.

Engaged and accomplished professors

Towson University professors aren’t just experts in the fields they teach — they’ve achieved in those fields and provide opportunities for students to engage in undergraduate research. And TU students applaud their professors for providing a personal level of mentorship that last years beyond graduation.

Opportunities for all

Towson University students and alums praise the people and culture on campus for creating opportunities for students to learn and thrive. TU also can celebrate a zero achievement gap for minority students — who enjoy the same academic success and graduation rates as the entire campus population.


Ranking & Accreditation of Towson University

  • #1 Public Master’s University in Maryland, “U.S. News & World Report”
  • #1 Value in Maryland, “Washington Monthly” Best Bang for the Buck 2022
  • Top 100 Public Institution in the U.S., “Forbes” 2022 Top Colleges
  • Top 9%Universities worldwide by Center for World University Rankings


Student Accommodation at Towson University

  • Living Expenses: $24,700 (for 9 months)


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