The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences offers students a traditional liberal education to meet the needs of the 21st century, allowing them to compete for a variety of careers in an increasingly complex and evolving world.


What better place to study history than in the city that gave birth to both the Confederacy and the Civil Rights Movement? AUM's history program will give you insight into the world and the forces and events that shaped it, taught by one of the most accomplished history faculties in the Southeast.

World Languages and Cultures

Chart your future in World Languages and Cultures! We offer you  opportunities to explore languages and cultures , through study abroad, interaction with AUM’s international community, and service learning in the Montgomery area. We provide you the opportunity to develop the basic knowledge and skills necessary for international careers and intercultural activities, preparation to continue studies in advanced or professional degree programs.

Faculty and Staff Contacts

The Faculty of the Department of History and World Languages and Cultures are here to help you succeed. Click here to find out who they are and how you can contact them.