College of Arts and Sciences (Undergrad)


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List of Programs

  1. Actuarial Science (BS)
  2. Africana Studies (BA)
  3. Art Therapy
  4. Graphic Design
  5. Studio Art
  6. Biology: Education / General
  7. Biomedical Science (BS)
  8. Chemistry (BA, BS)
  9. Electronic Media
  10. Journalism
  11. Public Relations
  12. Social Influence and Advocacy Emphasis
  13. Computer Science (BS)
  14. Criminology (BA)
  15. Criminology-Philosophy (BA)
  16. English (BA)
  17. Environmental Science (BS)
  18. History (BA)
  19. Intelligence Studies (BA)
  20. Interdisciplinary Studies
  21. International Relations and Security Studies (BA)
  22. Liberal Arts Studies (BA)
  23. Mathematics (BS)
  24. Music: Instrumental Performance
  25. Music: Liberal Arts
  26. Music: Vocal Performance
  27. Philosophy (BA)
  28. Philosophy-Political Science (BA)
  29. Physics (BS)
  30. Political Science (BA)
  31. Psychological Science (BS)
  32. Religious Studies (BA)
  33. Sociology (BA)
  34. Spanish (BA)
  35. Statistics and Data Science (BS)
  36. Sustainability Studies (BA)
  37. Theatre: Design / Technical
  38. Theatre: General
  39. Theatre: Performance


Academic Requirements

  • Recommended Minimum GPA: 2.7

English Tests Requirements





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About Faculty

The College of Arts and Sciences is at the heart of the liberal arts mission at Lynchburg. It inspires student creativity, curiosity, and innovation, while providing broad cultural and contextual understanding across disciplines.

Top Reasons to Study in University of Lynchburg


The University of Lynchburg is the natural choice for students who want to learn more about the world and about themselves. Here, students are encouraged to share their perspectives and consider other points of view not as an afterthought, but as the first step toward greater knowledge. In short, we won’t tell you what to think. We teach you how to think for yourself.


University of Lynchburg students develop personal talents, knowledge, and skills. They’re prepared for a career, but they also learn how to advocate for themselves and others. In other words, they’re prepared for life. That’s because our progress as a university revolves around their progress as individuals and the progress of the world. Knowledge plus character equals a better world.


At Lynchburg, we cultivate a culture of kindness and philanthropy — on campus, in the local community, and in the broader world. We give of our resources, our talents, and our time, and we’re passionate about making the University and the world a better place than it was when we found it.

Ranking & Accreditation of University of Lynchburg

  • #21 Regional Universities South U.S. News & World Report, 2022
  • #23 Best Value Schools U.S. News & World Report, 2022
  • The University of Lynchburg is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award the baccalaureate, master’s, and doctorate.

Student Accommodation at University of Lynchburg

  • Housing: $6,910
  • Dining: $5,950
  • Other: $4,600



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