CLASS, as a fellowship of teachers, scholars, scientists, artists, and performers closely connected to its urban community, provides stimulating educational programs and learning activities. We have nearly 160 faculty members, most of whom have terminal degrees in their disciplines. Our professors educate almost one-third of the student body at CSU through both general education courses and departmental and interdisciplinary programs leading to a degree. The College is home to 2 schools, 11 departments and 6 programs that offer 22 undergraduate bachelor's degrees, ranging from criminology and drama to bioethics. CLASS also offers 10 master's degree programs, 13 undergraduate certificate programs, and 2 graduate certificate programs. In addition, the college houses several research and cultural centers, including the Poetry Center, Women's Comprehensive Center, African-American Cultural Center and the Art Gallery. Our faculty are engaged in original research and creative activity, and have received grants and fellowships from the U.S. Department of Education, National Endowment for the Humanities, Ohio Arts Council, Ohio Humanities Council and Council on Graduate Schools.
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