Humanities are academic disciplines that examine, study, review, ponder, process, debate and discuss what it means to be human-especially within a larger society. You will explore voices from the past and present in areas such as history, literature, philosophy, religion and foreign languages. Along the way, you will learn how to process information, solve problems, and communicate with others. Humanities are essential for encouraging creative and collaborative thinking. This is a great foundation for careers in the performing arts, community service, and more.
Church Leadership Major
Church Leadership Major with Church Administration Concentration
Church Leadership Major with Christian Education Concentration
Church Leadership Major with Music Ministry Concentration
Church Leadership Major with Youth Ministry Concentration
Church Leadership Minor
Church Leadership Associates in Ministry (AIM) Minor
English Major with Secondary Education Concentration
Creative Writing Minor
History Major with Secondary Education Concentration
Religion and Philosophy
Religion and Philosophy Major
Religion and Philosophy Major with Religion Concentration
Religion and Philosophy Major with Philosophy Concentration
For more information, check out our catalog for full course descriptions and degree requirements, or contact the department faculty.
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