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College of Arts & Sciences

College of Arts and Sciences at Queens

The mission of the College of Arts & Sciences is to draw on intellectual traditions to cultivate a life of integrity, foster inquiry, spark imagination, nourish the spirit, and prepare students to serve and to lead, embracing the challenges of a complex world.

Our vision is for the College of Arts & Sciences to be recognized as a catalyst for passionate curiosity, curricular innovation, collaborative scholarship, and creativity. We will serve the university and the community as an intellectual and cultural hub that connects the arts, sciences, and humanities.

Each and every one of us has potential, a unique potential that is all our own. Your job is to discover the potential within you, feed and nurture it, and bring it forth in all its glory. Your job is to thrive. Our job is to help you in your quest to fulfill your potential

How? By offering a unique educational experience that is personal and supportive with a challenging curriculum that goes way beyond the confines of the classroom walls, offered in an ideal location. Our learning environment features small class sizes, an award-winning faculty, low student-faculty ratio and a caring, close-knit community for support.

Our innovative interaction approach features a team-taught liberal arts curriculum that is a model for schools nationwide. It is coupled with an international program that sends almost 90% of our students overseas and an internship program that offers students more than 325 sites across Charlotte and abroad.

Our location offers you the best of both worlds: a compact and intimate campus in a tree-lined residential neighborhood only minutes away from the action and excitement of uptown Charlotte, North Carolina, one of the fastest-growing business and cultural centers in the nation. 

Put all these pieces together and you have the kind of university experience that will lead you to discover your unique potential.

History

From our beginning, Queens has offered a liberal arts curriculum - a curriculum that has grown throughout the years to include 28 majors and a healthy variety of concentrations. 

In 1979, we named this traditional liberal arts undergraduate program, the College of Arts and Science, making it fully co-educational in 1987. 

We established the John Belk International Program in 1989. Today, we continue to add to and enhance the undergraduate program in order to make the experience more unique for you.

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Queens Helps Repair Charlotte Through Art

The Queens group was among a great number of local Charlotte artists who came to the call for artistic action to signify a sense of unity in a time of necessary compassion. Read More

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Dr. Paul Nitsch Featured in Charlotte Magazine

Dr. Paul Nitsch Featured in Charlotte Magazine Read More

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Conceptual Era Places Emphasis on Liberal Arts

The new era we've entered-the conceptual era-shows that the STEM versus arts debate might be a false dichotomy. This era bridges the brain divide, encouraging the development of rightbrained traits that benefit left-brained fields. Read More

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Dr. Commins Named Engaged Faculty Scholar for 2016-17

This month two faculty members in the North Carolina Campus Compact network will begin one-year terms as Engaged Faculty Scholars. Dr. Margaret Commins, an associate professor of political science at Queens University of Charlotte, and Dr. Cara Kozma, an assistant professor of English at High Point University, will be the Compact's Engaged Faculty Scholars for the 2016 - 2017 academic year. Read More

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STARTALK Summer Program Offers High Schoolers Language Immersion Opportunities

Interested in having your high schooler to learn Arabic or Chinese? Register your child for participation in Queens' STARTALK program. Read More

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EVENTS

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"The Newly Arrived Immigrant Experience: A School-Based Perspective"

The Center for Latino Studies welcomes Federico Ríos, program director of Communities In SchoolsCharlotte-Mecklenburg (CIS), a dropout prevention organization that partners with Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools to address the social and emotional needs of the wave of new students coming from Central America. View Event

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World Languages Film Series: Tangerines

The Center for Latino Studies invites you to enjoy the film "Tangerines." View Event

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Arte Latino Now 2017 Exhibition: Call for Submissions

Call for Submissions for the Arte Latino Now 2017 Exhibit: An Arts Competition Celebrating Latino Artists View Event

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The Music of Betty Wishart and Pianist Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi

The Arts at Queens welcomes music by Queens alumna and composer Betty R. Wishart '69 and pianist Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi.  View Event

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Visiting Artist: Ashwini Bhat

The Arts at Queens welcomes visiting artist and Ashwini Bhat for a ceramic workshop, demonstration and lecture. View Event

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