Welcome to the School of Arts & Sciences
Arts and Sciences division majors are designed to offer both breadth and depth, combining the advantages of a liberal arts education with practical experience in the world of work. Through the Arts and Sciences students learn to think independently, develop problem-solving skills and communicate effectively. Learning about the world through literature, psychology, languages, the sciences and other academic disciplines enables the student to excel in any career field. more
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Read stories about our faculty and students.
- Endicott Teams with Ibbetson Street Press to Promote Literary Arts
- Ibbetson Street Press is a well-established literary press which publishes books of poetry and a biannual magazine. Through this connection, students work with poets and writers in the Boston area and learn the day-to-day operation of a thriving small press.
- Lynn Middle School Students Experience Endicott Through Summer Learning and Leadership Program read more
- The latest edition of The Endicott Review literary journal is now available online!
- Students Launch Endicott's Second NOAA Research Buoy
Endicott College students once again collaborated with faculty members, the local fishing community, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to launch a drifter buoy that will monitor currents in the Atlantic Ocean. read more
- Endicott Students Create Honor Society
Three Endicott students have created what is believed to be the nation's first honor society for Liberal Studies majors. read more
- Student Research Presented to National Audience
Emily Martel (HMS, 2010) was selected to present a paper at the 2010 Alpha Phi Sigma conference in San Diego. read more
- Criminal Justice Professor Elected National Advisor
Dr. David Parry (Professor, Criminal Justice) was selected to be a National Advisor for Alpha Phi Sigma, the honor society for criminal justice students. read more
- Endicott Professor Receives NSF Funding to Study Web 2.0 Teaching Tools
Thanks to a recent grant award from the National Science Foundation (NSF), Dr. Joyce Shaw (Assistant Professor, Biology) joins a national collaborative of scholars, researchers, and scientists eager to discover ways to better assess the role of technology within undergraduate biology education. read more
- Environmental Studies Grad Protecting Wildlife in Hawaii
After graduating in May, Dave Bouck (Environmental Studies, 2009) began exploring ways to put his passion for conservation and his training in field research to work. read more
- Endicott Installs New Chapter of International Scientific Honor Society
Endicott College is pleased to announce the installation of the North Shore chapter of the prestigious Sigma Xi honor society. The result of a momentous collaboration between Endicott, Gordon College, and Salem State College, this new chapter reflects the North Shore region's growing involvement in advanced scientific discoveries. read more