School of Arts and Sciences

The purpose of the School of Arts and Sciences is to provide a traditional liberal arts education that develops Christ-centered lifelong learners who think critically, live morally, and act skillfully and ethically to make contributions in their workplace, communities, and around the world.

Graduates from the School of Arts and Sciences will be able to apply, communicate, and expand the knowledge they have gained as they seek to glorify God in fulfilling the Great Commission.

The School of Arts and Sciences is comprised of undergraduate degrees in the following areas:

  • Business Administration
    • Business Management specialization
    • Public Administration specialization
    • Sports Management specialization
  • Exercise Science
  • Letters
  • Multidisciplinary Studies
  • Psychology

Use the links to the right to discover more about these degree programs.

Every Randall University student will take 47–50 credit hours of general education as part of the 120–122 minimum credit hours required for graduation in their program of study. General education classes span a variety of disciplines, including English, math, science, history, communications, fine arts and physical education. All of these degrees require meeting a Computer Science Competency. Business Administration requires a Foreign Language Competency. Many of the degree programs feature internships and practical experience. All degree programs require a Capstone course. See the College Catalog for specific course requirements.