School of Arts and Sciences

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Welcome to the School of Arts and Sciences at the College of Coastal Georgia - the College’s largest academic unit and home to many associate and baccalaureate degree programs. Whether you want to prepare for an exciting career in the Arts & Humanities, Education, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, or Social Sciences, our dedicated faculty and staff are here to help you discover your interests, challenge your intellect, and help you to plan your future.
 

Mission

The School of Arts and Sciences is a student-centered, socially-engaged school with an outstanding faculty focused on student success. We seek to educate students through innovative teaching and student engagement, emphasizing interdisciplinary education, global awareness, and service-learning. Our goal is to graduate students who are highly-trained, engaged, and socially-responsible citizens empowered to build their futures in the state of Georgia, the United States, and the world.

Arts & Sciences Majors & Degrees

 

Math/Sciences Bowl

The College hosts an annual Mathematics & Science Bowl competition for middle, high, and varsity grade students. Teams consist of four to five members from the same school, with one substitute member allowed. Questions focus on math and science concepts taken from the current state standards for each grade level.

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Coastal Georgia Majors & Degrees

 

Coastal Science Symposium

The Coastal Science Symposium brings students, faculty, collaborators, and community partners together to explore coastal and marine science research and applications to society. 

2022 Coastal Science Symposium

See past proceedings here

Contact Information:

Deborah Browning

Department Coordinator for Mathematical and Natural Sciences

Quanda King

Department Coordinator for Education and Teacher Prep

Andrea Spivey

Department Coordinator for Social Sciences and Arts & Humanities

Meet Our Faculty/Staff

 

Macbeth is coming to Coastal Georgia!

The College will host Actors From The London Stage in a series of educational workshops for students, and two evening performances that are open to the public.

The performances will be held Friday, Nov. 11, and Saturday, Nov. 12, in the Conference Center. Showtime is 7 p.m. Admission is free.

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Minor in Diversity and Inclusion

The College's new Minor in Diversity and Inclusion is an interdisciplinary program that examines social differences and inequalities related to human differences, including race, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, and disability. Students will be able to apply leadership skills and perspectives acquired in the diversity and inclusion minor to social institutions, civic participation, career development, and organizational cultures in order to promote a just and equitable society.

Learn more about completion requirements here

Minor in Sociology

The College's new Minor in Sociology prepares students to explain human behavior and to apply sociological perspectives to address current social problems. Sociology courses examine various aspects of social life, including the social construction of identities, social stratification, deviance, the role of media in society, and many other topics.

Learn more about completion requirements here