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Liberal arts courses for students interested in fields other than a Bachelor of Arts in Education were offered as early as 1934. After a 10 year attempt to establish liberal arts degree, a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science were offered in 1945.

For more information about the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, please visit:http://www.asu.edu/clas/

Arnold Tilden, Founding Dean of College of Liberal Arts, 1955

Arnold Tilden
Founding Dean of College of Liberal Arts, 1955
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