College of Humanities


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Humanities Students Poised for Success

Are you interested in pursuing a humanities degree but worried that it might dictate or limit your career possibilities? Don't be! A survey conducted among major U.S. employers in 2013 indicates that humanities grads are among those best poised for long-term success in a practically unlimited range of career options. The study, published in April, reveals that over 90% of hiring executives value solid communication, critical thinking, and intercultural skills over career-specific degree training. And most employers report that they would like to see universities place greater academic emphasis on liberal arts training regardless of major, with 74% of respondents identifying a broad education in the liberal arts and sciences as the best way to prepare for success in today's global economy. Read the full study.

Associated Students Representatives to the Student Government Senate for the College of Humanities 

Michael Meeks

Humanities I       

Rachel Bonilla

Humanities II

Semester Bulletin