The curriculum of the Humanities Program provides opportunities for the student seeking intellectual coherence and integration, awareness of cultural contexts and traditions, and the connection of humanistic theory to practice. The program is pluralistic and multicultural in its vision and interdisciplinary in its approach. It is designed to provide essential skills and understanding for intelligent action and preparation for a wide range of careers.
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Ina Asim, History
Christopher Eckerman, Classics
Kenneth S. Calhoon, Comparative Literature
Anne Laskaya, English
James C. Mohr, History
John Nicols, History