The Arts and Humanities interdisciplinary major is for the student who wants intellectual engagement in more than one subject. This degree is focused on high development of critical thinking, communication, and intellectual or artistic awareness. A student works with the Arts and Humanities advisor to choose courses that meet their intellectual and career goals.
The 42-hour major in Arts and Humanities includes the following course requirements.
Two three-credit hour courses from each of the following disciplines: Art, Communication Arts, English, History, and Religious Studies for a total of 30 credits. These courses may not include internships, field experiences, or independent research courses.
Four of the above ten courses must be at the 300-400 level.
Three additional 300- or 400-level courses from a single Arts and Humanities discipline (Art, Communication Arts, English, History, International and Global Studies, Religious Studies and Christian Education) beyond the ten courses listed above.
A Capstone to be chosen from one of the following: AH498, CA499, EN490, HI498, IS499, or RL499.
The Arts and Humanities minor requires the Arts and Humanities general education requirements, plus 2 other 300 or 400 level Arts and Humanities courses.