Core Curriculum

As an undergraduate in the College of Arts and Sciences, you benefit from an innovative shared learning experience known as the Core Curriculum. 

Learn more about the Core Curriculum

The College of Arts and Sciences is located on UNE's scenic Biddeford Campus, where the waters of the Saco River flow into the Atlantic Ocean. Over the years, this confluence of natural resources has inspired students and faculty from around the world.

The liberal arts and sciences require an exploration of both the natural world and the social world, thus we believe in a broad-based mode of inquiry that fosters empathy and understanding. This pursuit of knowledge and caring for the world is at the center of the mission of the College of Arts and Sciences and is reflected in our Core Curriculum

We are committed to preparing our students for meaningful and rewarding careers as well as life-long learning through an education incorporating scholarship, engagement, and service.

Our students discover an array of collaborative and interdisciplinary academic experiences built upon a solid foundation in the humanities, arts, and natural and social sciences. Each of our majors provides a vital balance between the breadth of a foundational education and the depth necessary for advanced knowledge in a chosen field. 

We also believe deeply in undergraduate research, creative expression, internships, and study abroad as these experiences embody the ideal of a college education. All students in the College of Arts and Sciences will have access to such opportunities at the University of New England. 


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