Lewis College of Science and Letters

Christine L. Himes
Interim Dean
Robert A. Pritzker Science Center, Room 252
3105 S. Dearborn St.
Chicago, IL 60616

The Lewis College of Science and Letters traces its roots to the Lewis Institute, founded in 1895, and to Armour Institute of Technology, founded in 1892. Our undergraduate and graduate programs are designed to emphasize the free spirit and broad perspectives traditionally reserved for the liberal arts, while fostering the development of valuable skills such as scientific thinking, research, data analysis, and communications. The college offers rigorous and relevant programs in the sciences and humanities at the undergraduate and graduate level (including master’s, professional master’s, and Ph.D.) through seven departments: biology; chemistry; food science and nutrition; humanities; physics; psychology; and social sciences.





Food Science and Nutrition


LCHS 100Introduction to the Professions2
LCHS 285Special Topics3
LCHS 286Special Topics in the Human Sciences3
LCHS 360Building Success: Career and Life Design in the 21st Century0
LCHS 397Roosevelt Placeholder3