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General Humanities

Study history, art, music, religion, philosophy, literature and mythology. Pursue your own intellectual interests and design your own major with your advisor. A multitude of interesting and challenging classes will sharpen your critical-thinking skills and prepare you to pursue opportunities in virtually any field after graduation.

Career Opportunities

  • Human Resources
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Sociologist
  • Teacher
  • Researcher

Undergraduate Programs

BA in Humanities

The Major in Humanities is a flexible program that gives students tremendous choice in designing their own course of study. Students take four required courses, including a research-based seminar, and a series electives in history, religion, philosophy, literature, and art and music history.

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BA in Humanities, Comparative Myth and Literature Concentration

This concentration in Humanities major is especially recommended for students who have a broad interest in the liberal arts, myth studies, and comparative literature — either for their own sake or as preparation for careers in business and humanities-related professions.

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BA in Humanities with Teacher Certification in Elementary School Teacher in Grades K-6

This program combines the required courses for the BA in Humanities with those required for teacher certification in grades K-6. To meet the approved requirements for certification, coursework is required in Education, Mathematics, and Reading.

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BA in Humanities (Combined BA/MAT with Teacher Certification in Grades K-6 and Teacher of Students with Disabilities)

The Dual Degree Dual Certification program is an accelerated program that allows students to earn a BA in the Humanities as well as teacher certification in Grades K-6 and teacher certification in Teacher of Students with Disabilities.

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