The humanities endow students with the critical thinking skills that equip them for life.

Students take courses in a variety of program areas—Art, English, Modern Languages, Music, Philosophy, Religion, and Theatre—and conduct a deeper study in two of these disciplines.

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Top Reasons

Humanities graduates pursue careers in law, education, ministry, the arts, journalism, and business.

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Excellent Second Major

The Humanities major overlaps naturally making it an excellent second major for students already majoring in another field.

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Interdisciplinary Emphasis

Explore the perspectives of and interrelationships between a number of disciplines, including art history, music, philosophy, religion, and theatre.

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Flexibility In Course Selection

The Humanities major offers more flexibility in course selection than many other majors and allows students to choose courses from a wide range of academic disciplines.