An education in the Humanities cultivates invaluable and practical skills for a productive career and an engaged life. As a Humanities student, you will learn critical and creative thinking, effective communication with diverse groups, and gain insight into how language and culture shape our world. You will address life’s big questions and learn how to navigate workplace and personal communication with care and respect. With these skills, you’ll be ready to tackle challenges, connect meaningfully with others, and make a difference.
Within the Humanities Division, students can take classes and degree concentrations in subjects that cover Asian Studies, Communication Studies, Diversity Studies, Film, Gender Studies, Global Studies, Hispanic and Latin American Studies, Information Studies, Philosophy, and Foreign Languages such as Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish. The Humanities Division also includes faculty counselors who provide mental health services and faculty librarians who assist with student research and instructional support.