Humanities, Philosophy & Arts
Examine human values
As an area of emphasis degree, the Humanities, Philosophy and Arts program provides you with a broad, foundational learning experience that you can tailor to your interests by taking classes in subjects such as history, philosophy, sociology, political science, religion, fine art, music and literature.
Programs of Study
Humanities, Philosophy and Arts
Associate of Arts
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Why study humanities, philosophy and the arts?
What You'll Learn
- How to interpret key philosophical, religious and literary texts, as well as creative works, in historical and cultural contexts and express that interpretation persuasively in oral and/or written form.
- The role and use of language, rhetoric and/or the arts in informing and contextualizing human experience.
- The role and use of the arts (literature, music, theatre, dance, and the fine arts) as a reflection of the culture in which it appears.
- The role of individual human agency in history.
- Teacher or professor
- Political scientist
- Writer or editor