College of Arts, Sciences, Business, and Education


The Faculty of Arts and Humanities

The Faculty of Arts and Humanities is at the core of the liberal arts educational experience at Winston-Salem State University. Our teaching, research and service critically explore the depths of the human condition in art, culture, language, literature, and the world of ideas. The Faculty consists of a community of scholars in a range of academic programs housed in the departments of Art + Visual Studies, English, Liberal Studies, Music and World Languages and Culture. The Faculty is also home to the renowned Diggs Gallery, one of the nation’s premiere art galleries for African and African disaporic art. The Faculty is committed to cultivating a creative and dynamic intellectual community that generates fresh understandings of the complexity of the human experience.

The Faculty of Business

The Faculty of Business offers Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) accredited academic programs that equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to meet the challenges of a dynamic and ever changing world. The departments of Accounting and Management Information Systems, Economics and Finance, and Management and Marketing house eight undergraduate programs and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) graduate program designed for working professionals. The Faculty also offers students unique learning opportunities through our corporate and community partnerships, student run investment fund, and dynamic learning environment anchored by our state-of-the-art Finance Laboratory. In all, the Faculty of Business combines the distinctive strengths of a rigorous business education within the liberal arts context of the College in developing the next generation of influential leaders in all facets of business and society.

The Faculty of Education

Since 1925, the Faculty of Education has been committed to improving the human condition through the delivery of high quality academic programs that foster the holistic development of all students. The Faculty is engaged in research and service that impact the quality of life of citizens at the local, state, and national levels. Utilizing high-impact instructional strategies, we work closely with students to provide excellent academic programs that build the knowledge and skills to meet the challenges of the 21st century. As a community of scholars, the Faculty is actively engaged in the sharing of theoretical frameworks, internal and external resources, and best practices to achieve programmatic goals and position students to navigate the inevitable changes within their professions and in society. Offering programs across three academic departments – Education, Human Service Studies, and Health, Physical Education and Sport Sciences – the Faculty of Education is committed to cultivating a vibrant and engaged academic community at Winston-Salem State University.

The Faculty of Natural and Physical Sciences

The Faculty of Natural and Physical Sciences is committed to providing dynamic and cutting-edge academic programs that expand the frontiers of knowledge in the sciences. The Faculty is committed to preparing undergraduate students with the latest scientific knowledge so that they may assume prominent positions at the leading edge of scientific advancement. The departments of Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Science, and Mathematics provide students with distinctive learning opportunities in exceptional academic programs. Home to the Biomedical Research Infrastructure Center and faculty members dedicated to pursuing novel, cross-disciplinary research, the Faculty offers students a truly unique experience to combine the rigors of outstanding instruction with the rewards of scientific research.

The Faculty of Social Sciences

The Faculty of Social Sciences is home to outstanding scholars and students interested in exploring the complex depths and dimensions of humanity and society across space and time. The Faculty is host to a range of academic programs including communications, history, justice studies, political science, psychology, sociology, and social work housed in the departments of Behavioral Sciences, Communication and Media Studies, History, Politics and Social Justice, and Psychological Sciences. The Faculty is the academic home to the university’s National Public Radio (NPR) affiliated radio station, WSNC 90.5 FM as well as other teaching and research initiatives.

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