Degrees in the Humanities disciplines deliver a well-rounded education along with life skills that are always in demand, preparing students to pursue an endless variety of vocational goals and careers.
Humanities students can find jobs in three broad categories: academics, media and writing. Some specific job titles include teachers, business theorists, archaeologists, literary critics, cinematographers, television and radio personalities, writers, journalists and talent agents–essentially any field that requires an understanding of the "human condition."
Humanities courses include:
- Humanities and Philosophy
- Religious studies
- World Languages
- Communication, Speech and Theater
Through lectures, class discussions, and writing essays, students learn to interpret literary, historical, and philosophical texts and to conduct independent assessments of documents and ideas.
Dr. Verne Underwood