The College of Science and Humanities is home to a core of science and humanities courses designed to broaden students' exposure to knowledge, values, learning, and the art of communication in a wide range of disciplines. Our faculty include psychologists, poets, and an extraordinary team of writers and scientists who love teaching their fields of expertise. Academic disciplines come alive at Husson with faculty dedicated to interdisciplinary teaching and relevant clinical experiences. Students learn self-discipline, professionalism, academic integrity, and gain confidence through meeting these challenges.

Classes are small and instruction is student-centered. In an age of global awareness and multi-cultural interaction, faculty in once-traditional areas of Arts and Sciences have created innovative new courses and redesigned existing offerings to prepare students for a broad range of careers and professions in the 21st century.

The College of Science and Humanities offers multiple degree programs:

Animal-Assisted Therapy

Animal Care and Behavior


Biology/Biochemistry Concentration

Biology/Environmental Science Concentration

Exercise Science

Health Sciences

Healthcare Administration and Public Health

Liberal Studies



Undergraduate Programs in the School of Education:

Elementary Education

Secondary Education

Educational Studies