The mission of the Schools of Arts and Sciences is to develop enlightened individuals who are committed to systematic inquiry, social responsibility, artistic engagement, and life-long learning.
The School of Arts and Sciences will become a premier leader in learning centered, liberal arts education.
The School of Arts and Sciences offers transfer associate degree programs in conjunction with area four-year colleges and universities. Students can choose a general concentration or a more specialized area, such as English literature, history or biology. Courses taken at Owens Community College parallel the freshman and sophomore courses normally found at the four-year college or university. In addition, the School of Arts and Sciences complements the College's technical studies curricula with courses that build the General Education Core Competencies - mathematical reasoning, written communication, oral communication, critical thinking, and social responsibility. View a complete list of concentrations and programs within the School of Arts and Sciences.
For questions about courses, programs, or receiving credit for courses taken at another college or university, contact the department which offers the course or program.
Catherine Pratt - Communications, Humanities, and Languages Department - (567) 661- 2633
Ellen Sorg - English Department - (567) 661-7053
Douglas Mead - Fine & Performing Arts Department - (567) 661-7081
Walter Mackey - Mathematics Department - (567) 661-7646
Majid Sawtarie - Science Department - (567) 661-7771
Denise Shuster - Social & Behavioral Sciences - (567) 661-7521
Deborah Ciecka - Teacher Education & Human Services - (567) 661-2531
Tinola Mayfield-Guerrero - Chair of Arts & Sciences - Findlay campus - (567) 429-3536
Students who are interested in science, technology, engineering or math should apply for the Owens Ready Bridge Program, IDS 290, and get:
For more information, check out this link.