College of Arts & Sciences

The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) serves a twofold purpose. It offers an extensive selection of general education and specialty courses relevant to degree programs. Moreover, it plays a key role in the development of AUBH graduates through the advancement of both soft and technical skills.

Program Content

The General Education Program delivers a liberal arts education that aligns with the 21st century. The program aims to develop well-rounded graduates with a variety of transferrable skill sets, experiences, and knowledge. Subjects covered in the program include arts and humanities, language and communication, natural sciences, social and behavioral sciences, mathematics, lifelong learning, and information computing technology. This program emphasizes the skills necessary for success in the digital economy, including analytical skills, critical thinking, communication skills, and creativity.


The aim of the College of Arts and Sciences curricula is to broaden students’ understanding of the arts, mathematics, natural sciences, and social sciences. This will in turn support the development of individual and common skills enabling students to thrive in their future careers as members of both local and global communities.


The College plays a central role in fulfilling the University’s mission by encouraging students to engage in interdisciplinary, entrepreneurial, and socially responsible experiences, as well as inspiring them to transform their lives and the world around them.

Course Information