The Interdisciplinary Humanities major allows students to design a program of study from among the following disciplines: art, english, history, languages and literatures, music, philosophy, theology and religious studies, theatre arts and performance studies.
The study of the humanities: art, english, history, languages and literatures, music, philosophy, theology and religious studies, theatre arts and performance studies helps people to become good at:
- Complexity and ambiguity: Humanists are curious, ask open-ended questions, and see the big picture.
- Innovation: Humanities students are creative and think out-of-the-box.
- Communication and presentation: Humanities graduates are well trained in writing and they can develop persuasive arguments. They also have great presentation skills.
In the News
// August 23, 2015
Marlborough Woman By Dr. Molly McClain Interdisciplinary Humanities major Mikala Narlock spent a beautiful English summer in Marlborough, …
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