The academic and instructional program at Southwestern University is organized through The Brown College of Arts and Sciences and The Sarofim School of Fine Arts.
The Brown College of Arts and Sciences
The Brown College of Arts and Sciences is made up of the Division of Humanities, the Division of Natural Sciences, and the Division of Social Sciences. Fields of study available in the Brown College include 15 academic departments and one area of study. The Brown College is also the primary home of 7 interdisciplinary programs.
The Sarofim School of Fine Arts
The Sarofim School of Fine Arts prepares students for professions in the fields of studio art, art history, music and theatre, including the teaching of those subjects; to provide them with a base of liberal arts subjects to afford them breadth and intellectual solidity; to provide opportunities for all University students to participate in studio, class and ensemble activities; and to function as an aesthetic and cultural force for the University and the community.
- Students from Southwestern and Wesleyan University get to know each other through class offered at both schools
- New minor in race and ethnicity studies is latest addition to Southwestern’s curriculum
- Animal Behavior Program teaches students about human behavior, too