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A liberal arts education from Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis provides you with the opportunity to explore the intellectual resources necessary in all occupations. Your studies here will give you a heightened spirit of inquiry, a well-developed ability to organize and synthesize complex information, deep skills in both written and oral expression, and access to a diverse range of courses in more than 50 different fields, ranging from anthropology and biochemistry to mathematics and performing arts.
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Apply as an undergraduate
How you apply to Arts & Sciences depends on what level you're coming in. Undergraduate students have a dedicated admissions site, so you can learn about different requirements for international, transfer undergraduate students, with a step-by-step process for what you'll need before you apply and support tailored toward incoming undergraduates.UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS
Apply as a graduate student
Visit the Graduate School to learn more about admissions to the over 50 doctoral programs and 19 master’s degree options. The Graduate School awards all of the Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees at Washington University in St. Louis, and works closely with the Olin Business School, the School of Engineering, the School of Medicine, and the Brown School of Social Work in supervising doctoral students in the Ph.D. programs located in these areas. Check our listings carefully, as the graduate application deadlines and requirements will vary by school and program.The Graduate School
Apply as a student of continuing education
The curious mind never stops learning. We are here to support your lifelong journey, regardless of what your next step might be. Continuing Education students who are seeking college credits must apply, but you can also take continuing education course at any time without applying.University College