The School of Arts and Letters is the center for liberal learning and the locus of creative and scholarly work in the Benedictine tradition at The College of St. Scholastica. SAL offers courses in art, communication, history, languages, literature, music, philosophy, theatre, and theology. A model of interdisciplinary collaboration, SAL also offers programs such as Women’s and Gender studies, Native studies, and Catholic studies. SAL is home to approximately 50 faculty members with diverse and impressive academic credentials.
Departments and Programs
- Communication and Media Studies
- Fine Arts
- Global, Cultural and Language Studies
- Health Humanities
- History and Politics
- Peace and Justice Studies
- Sustainability Studies and the Environment
- Theology and Religious Studies
- Women and Gender Studies
- Art, B.A.
- Braegelman Catholic Studies, B.A.
- Communication, B.A.
- English, B.A.
- Global, Cultural and Language Studies, B.A.
- Health Humanities, B.A.
- History, B.A.
- Humanities, B.A.
- Music, B.A.
- Peace and Justice Studies, B.A.
- Philosophy, B.A.
- Political Science, B.A.
- Spanish, B.A.
- Sustainability Studies and the Environment, B.A.
- Theology and Religious Studies, B.A.
- Art Minor
- Braegelman Catholic Studies Minor
- Communication Minor
- Deaf Language and Culture Minor
- English Minor
- French Minor
- German Minor
- Global, Cultural and Language Studies Minor
- Health Humanities Minor
- History Minor
- Media Studies Minor
- Medieval and Renaissance Studies Interdisciplinary Minor
- Music Minor
- Native American Studies Minor
- Peace and Justice Studies Minor
- Philosophy Minor
- Photography Minor
- Political Science Minor
- Russian Minor
- Spanish Minor
- Sustainability Studies and the Environment Minor
- Theatre Minor
- Theology and Religious Studies Minor
- Women's Studies Minor