University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts

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College of Liberal Arts
Type Public university
Established1868
Dean John Coleman [1]
Students16,389
Undergraduates 13,617
Postgraduates 1,571
Location,
Campus Urban
Website cla.umn.edu

The University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts (CLA) is the largest college of the University of Minnesota in the Twin Cities of Minnesota. Established in 1868, the College of Liberal Arts offers more than 65 majors and 70 minors to its more than 13,600 undergraduate students, as well as more than two dozen majors to its 1,500 graduate students. The various departments of the College of Liberal Arts are housed in several buildings located in both the East Bank and West Bank areas of the university's Minneapolis campus.

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Academic majors and minors

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