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The College of Arts and Science is a liberal arts college of Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. The college confers the Bachelor of Arts degree on undergraduates, and, in conjunction with the Graduate School, the Master of Arts, Master of Science, and the Doctor of Philosophy degrees on graduate students.[1] The college occupies nearly 1.1 million square feet in 23 buildings across the Nashville campus.[2]

The school is the oldest and the largest of Vanderbilt's constituent colleges.[3] The college played host to two notable literary movements, the Fugitives and the Southern Agrarians; John Crowe Ransom was a member of the English department.[4] Robert Penn Warren is an alumnus of the college,[5] and the school still hosts the Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities.[6]


The college provides a liberal-arts-based education that requires the completion of 14 courses. The general requirements of the curriculum are outlined in the AXLE (Achieving Excellence in Liberal Education) framework. These include courses in Humanities and the Creative Arts, International Cultures (along with proficiency in a foreign language), History and Culture of the United States, Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Perspectives, and three writing courses.[7]

The college provides academic resources and funding to several research centers, including the Center for Latin American Studies, the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI), the Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities, and the Max Kade Center for European and German Studies.[8][9]

The most popular majors are economics; medicine, health, and society; political science; neuroscience, and psychology. The college also provides advising for pre-professional tracks, such as pre-med, pre-law, and pre-nursing.[10][11]


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