College of Arts and Sciences
With over 5,000 students, the College of Arts and Sciences is the largest and most diverse college at Texas Woman's University. Our areas of study include the arts, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, mathematics and computer science. Our undergraduate and graduate degrees will provide you with:
- a broad understanding of the world;
- an in-depth knowledge of your area of specialty;
- intellectual, critical thinking and practical skills;
- a strong sense of personal, ethical and civic responsibility;
- the tools you will need to make a difference in society; and
- the ability to apply your education toward the enrichment of every aspect of your life.
Are you ready for a comprehensive liberal arts education that will prepare you for career success, leadership, global citizenship and a lifetime of learning? Begin your journey by exploring our academic departments and programs today.
TWU faculty and students present pollinator garden research at Environmental Protection Agency meeting in Washington, D.C.
As recipients of the Environmental Protection Agency's 2016 People, Prosperity and the Planet grant, Texas Woman's University faculty and students presented their research on pollinator gardens as part of the TechConnect World Conference's Innovation Showcase in Washington, D.C.
In a historic moment for TWU, the first two graduates of the university's new informatics program crossed the stage during May's commencement ceremony to accept their diplomas.
Esther Ajayi-Lowo, a doctoral student in the Texas Woman’s University Department of Multicultural Women’s and Gender Studies, has been awarded the Philanthropic Educational Organization’s prestigious International Peace Scholarship.
TWU’s Kate Landdeck book on WW II female pilots optioned for movie; Company behind the recent hit ‘Hidden Figures’ to produce
Texas Woman’s University’s Katherine Sharp Landdeck’s upcoming book, which centers on the Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II , has been optioned as a film by Fox 2000. This movie company was behind the recent hit “Hidden Figures.”
Michael Franklin, a graduate of the TWU Department of Multicultural Women’s and Gender Studies master of arts program, has been named the winner of this year’s National Education Association’s Applegate-Dorros Peace and International Understanding Award.
Sukhbir Kaur Lulla, a doctoral student in the molecular biology program at Texas Woman’s University, has been awarded the American Pain Society’s Young Investigator Travel Award. Sukhbir Kaur will use the $750 travel grant to attend and present her research at the APS Annual Scientific Meeting.
Yeajean Choi, a master of fine arts student in the Department of Dance at Texas Woman’s University, is one of eight choreographers and the only U.S. student to be chosen for the World Dance Alliance's prestigious 2017 International Young Choreographer Project.
Nasrin Mirsaleh-Kohan, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry at Texas Woman’s University, is one of five educators to be elected to the most recent class of Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities (SENCER) Leadership Fellows by the National Center for Science and Civic Engagement.