Message from the Dean

Doreen TurnboWelcome to Wilmington University College of Arts & Sciences!

Our College provides an Associate's degree in General Studies for those students who are unsure of their long-term educational plans, plus two Bachelor's degrees. The Bachelor’s in General Studies which is perfect for those individuals with a minimum of 30 transfer credits who are seeking to change their career focus or maximize their transfer credits in preparation for a Master's degree. Our Bachelor of Science in Communication is a perfect degree for the 21st century job market. It offers a choice of two concentrations, one in Integrated Marketing and a second in Media Communications.

The primary task of our College is to support the undergraduate degree programs across the University through general education course offerings. That means all English, math, science, history, and humanity (ART, MUS, LIT, HUM, PHI, Foreign Language) courses are managed through the College of Arts & Sciences. Our College is always looking for new and creative ways to enhance these required courses. These types of courses provide the foundation for whatever undergraduate degree you are pursuing. They not only enrich your learning but help you to develop the skills you will need for the courses in your major.

The full-time faculty within the College of Arts & Sciences and our many adjunct instructors, who are professionals in their fields, are committed to academic excellence and are eager to provide a rich educational environment for students.

Whether you are a new student or an experienced WU student, we wish you the best in your academic and personal goals. Wilmington University is a great place to be and the College of Arts & Sciences is thrilled that you have chosen WU as a step into your future.

Sincerely,
Doreen Turnbo, Ed.D
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2014-2015 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2014 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.