School of Humanities

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The School of Humanities offers:

  • Programs in English, history, philosophy, religious studies, world languages and sustainability.
  • Faculty members who are dedicated to helping students develop their critical thinking, analysis, logic, communication and research skills.
  • Preparation for a broad range of graduate school programs including English, law, library science, education, history, philosophy, Spanish, and Christian counseling or seminary degrees.
  • Opportunities to work with faculty mentors to develop and present undergraduate research.
  • Preparation for those who desire careers in law, public service, non-profits, public relations, writing and publishing.

New for fall 2014, the 3+1 Program:

The School of Humanities is pleased to announce a new accelerated degree, the 3+1.  This program provides an opportunity for outstanding, highly motivated students to complete their bachelor of arts degree in three years, followed by one year of graduate work leading to a Master of Business Administration or a Master of Arts in Servant Leadership.  Students may earn a minor in accounting, business administration, marketing, or servant leadership to prepare for the master’s program.

Admission criteria:

  • a cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 or higher (on a 4.0 scale);
  • a ranking within the top third of the senior class;
  • an ACT score of at least 24;
  • a minimum of 6 credits of college level work through Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate Program, or the Diocesan High School College Credit Program;
  • an intent to declare a major in English, history, philosophy, religious studies or Spanish.

If you are interested in learning more about these exciting opportunities, please contact:

Timothy Schorr, D.M.A.
Dean, College of Arts and Letters
Professor of Music

Jacqueline Herbers

Humanities Recruitment Coordinator 

Jane Brunner
Administrative Assistant                   
Sue Hauser
Administrative Assistant

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