College of Arts and Sciences

Troy University

Arts and Sciences

Whether your interests are in solving crimes, keeping up with computer technology, protecting the environment or somewhere in between, Troy University’s College of Arts and Sciences has just the place for you. As one of the most dynamic colleges in the University, Arts and Sciences provides a modern, quality education that will prepare you to excel in your chosen field.

The dedicated faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences are accomplished, award-winning professionals in their areas of study. Most of all, these hard-working professors care about their students and are vested personally in their successes. In this family-like environment, you will find the encouragement and support needed to make the transition into college life almost seamless.

At both graduate and undergraduate levels, TROY’s College of Arts and Sciences offers many high-demand programs of study that will prepare you for a successful launch into the career world. In this college, students may study aspects of mainframe and microcomputer systems in the computer science program.

A new minor offering in cyber security can be paired with majors in computer science, criminal justice or mathematics to do forensic computer analysis and cyber crime.

They may lay the foundation for a career in biotechnology, food safety or the health professions as students of biology. They may take their education to the next level with a Master of Public Administration or Master of International Relations.

So from social sciences to criminal justice, the College of Arts and Sciences may be your perfect match. As the cornerstone of the modern university, the College ensures an education from one of our degree programs will lay the foundation for a lifetime of learning.



TROY launches first-of-its-kind law program

TROY - Troy University, in association with the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University and the Thomas Goode Jones School of Law at Faulkner University, has pioneered a program to help students complete law degrees sooner.

A part of the Bachelor of Science in Social Science program, TROY's Accelerated Law Curriculum will allow students to complete general studies and some advanced classes toward an undergraduate degree, then transfer to one of the two law schools to complete the juris doctor and bachelor degrees.

"This is an exciting way for students wishing to pursue law to accomplish their goals more quickly than the traditional route," said Dr. James Rinehart, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.

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