University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts

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College of Liberal Arts
Type Public
Established 1883
Endowment $310.6 million (December 31, 2015) [1]
Dean Randy L. Diehl
Location Austin, Texas, United States
30°17′06″N 97°44′08″W / 30.284906°N 97.735484°W / 30.284906; -97.735484Coordinates: 30°17′06″N 97°44′08″W / 30.284906°N 97.735484°W / 30.284906; -97.735484
Campus The University of Texas
Website www.utexas.edu/cola/

The College of Liberal Arts is one of 14 divisions at The University of Texas at Austin.

Mission

The College's central mission is to provide a good foundation in the humanities and social sciences to all its students, whether or not they are working towards pre-professional degrees. All students should know how to read critically, write cogently, and speak persuasively. All students should understand the basic methods of the sciences, and all should be conversant with mathematics.

Departmental Units

References

  1. ^ http://utimco.org/scripts/PrivateEndowInfo/collList.asp?comp=10

External links

  • Official Website
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