Building on the general studies foundation, you’ll take a core of Humanities coursework—as well as an English specialization—to prepare you for a career in communications, journalism, or law (or to pursue a professional degree in one of these areas). 


Students who are not majoring in Humanities may receive a minor in Humanities.

Careers with a Humanities or English Degree

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Restricted Electives

You may take any ARTS, ENGL, COMM, HUMN, MUSC or THEA courses that are not used to fulfill the Humanities core requirements or the English specialization (15 total credits).

Humanities Minor: Any five courses from ARTS, ENGL, HUMN, MUSC or THEA at the 200 level or higher (15 credits). At least six credits must be at the 300-400 level.