Chair: Michael Tomko, Ph.D.
Office Location: 304 Saint Augustine Center
The Department of Humanities offers a coordinated series of seminars and courses designed to inquire into the human condition from an interdisciplinary perspective. Drawing on wisdom ancient and new, the curriculum encourages critical thinking about what is needed for human flourishing. Humanities faculty are specialists in complementary disciplines, including theology, philosophy, literature, political science, history, economics, and architectural history. Humanities courses fulfill certain requirements for the Core Curriculum of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
MAJOR (30 credits)
The Humanities major requires the completion of ten courses. All majors are required to take the four Gateway courses. In their final semester students also take the Senior Symposium. Students also take five free electives, three of which must be taken within the Department of Humanities.
- Three of the five humanities electives must have the HUM subject code.