Bachelor of Humanities in Interdisciplinary Humanities
This major helps students appreciate, understand, and interpret relationships among the arts, ideas, media, and values that have shaped Western and world cultures. Students are expected to be active learners who can synthesize, interpret, and communicate knowledge and experience through writing, speaking, and creative expression in a variety of media. The School of Humanities helps students meet these goals by offering a range of interdisciplinary and discipline-based courses in the arts, art history, communication studies, English, history, literature, music, philosophy, religious studies, theatre, and writing.
Associated Academic Programs
- Minor in Writing
- Minor in Communications
- Master of Arts in Humanities
- Minor in Business Administration
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