School of Arts and Sciences at Dalton State College
The School of Arts and Sciences offers high-quality baccalaureate programs and excellent instruction with hands-on experience in a wide array of subjects. Students will receive a foundational education in any major they choose. Programs include biology, chemistry, communication, criminal justice, engineering technology, English, environmental health and sustainability studies, history, information technology, interdisciplinary studies, mathematics and psychology with secondary teacher certification options in biology, chemistry, English, history and mathematics. Additionally, students can choose from a variety of concentrations, associate degrees or other pathways in high-demand fields. Faculty members are dedicated to creating a positive and challenging learning environment that promotes student success and high levels of achievement.
Communication, Performing Arts and Foreign Language
Our Department of Communication, Performing Arts and Foreign Language will prepare you for a successful career in fields including public relations, media and film. Click below to learn more.
Do you enjoy reading or writing and want to pursue a career in English? The Department of English will prepare you for excellence in your field. Click below to learn more.
Our world has been shaped by history. If you're a history enthusiast and want to further your knowledge of the world around you, click below to learn more about the Department of History.
Enjoy a world-class education participating in unique opportunities exploring the world of living things.
Take an exciting path that will allow you to complete a program such as chemistry, physics or sustainability.
Do you have questions about how society works or how one can make a difference? Do you want to know how our justice system work or why we have governments? Click below to learn more about the Department of Social Sciences.
Technology & Math
Numbers, algorithms, and equations galore! Dive deeper into problem solving, mathematics and technology.
Promoting Student Success and Achievement