Humanities Program

Philosophy, history, activism, culture, religion—all of these make up the “humanities.” We examine the relationship of people to people and people to their world.

Studying the Humanities

Majoring or minoring in Humanities creates a foundation for service and professionalism. Students can expect intensive work in multiple dimensions of culture, with a special emphasis on the skills needed for leadership and research.

Speak with an advisor about a degree in Humanities, especially if you are considering a future in:

  • Law
  • Religion
  • Public Policy
  • Human Rights
  • Non-Profit Work
  • The Arts
  • Graduate School in the Social Sciences or Humanities