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College of Arts and Sciences
Learn by doing. Make mistakes. Make connections. Create a community of progress.
Journey to the Moon
Reach for the stars and see where it takes you. For Karim Iliya ’12, that means a SpaceX trip around the moon.
From Info to Action
Use data to improve medical care and keep families together.
Find Your Program
Choose from more than 100 majors and minors. Mix them and match them to suit your interests and aspirations.
Economics? Data science? Creative writing? Museum studies? Sport management? Find the program that works for you.
Enhance your existing skills. Acquire new skills. Increase your knowledge and your value with liberal arts education —?without?the commitment of a full academic program.
Get More Than a Degree
- Meet Your Mentors
- Connect With Classmates
- Learn Beyond the Lecture
- Discover the USF Difference
Meet Your Mentors
While USF professors are world-class scholars and researchers, they’re at USF because they put teaching first. This means they put you first. So ask them questions. Stay after class. See them as mentors. They won’t bite.
Connect With Classmates
Come to the city that welcomes you. Come to the campus that wants you. Bring your whole self to the University of San Francisco.
Learn Beyond the Lecture
Come learn by doing. Work with your classmates. Do research with your professors. Create team projects and solo projects, too.
Discover the USF Difference
Come to the Hilltop and join a community of changemakers.
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Meet Our Students
"At USF it’s not just about finishing the program; it’s about learning — and it’s about understanding that you belong."
International & Development Economics MS ’23
"USF had all the majors and programs I was interested in. It put me at ease knowing I had multiple options."
Communication Studies ’22
"I was drawn to the small and personal class sizes. You can connect with your professors and deeply engage with what you are learning."