The B.A. degree in humanities primarily is a pre-professional program for students planning post-baccalaureate study in communications, English, journalism, law, or the ministry. Beyond the general studies requirements, students in the humanities program must complete the humanities core courses, an English or pre-law specialization, and additional restricted electives. The capstone course, Projects in the Humanities, is part of the humanities core and is taken during the senior year.
The humanities major must earn a 2.0 quality point average on all work applied to the general studies requirements, the humanities core, including the capstone course, and the area of specialization.