Humanities entails the study of cultures, modern languages, the classics, English, philosophy, anthropology and archaeology.
A bachelor’s degree often serves as a foundation for graduate studies in an area of humanities, law, business
or the arts.
Drawn from several departments within the Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences, humanities faculty are innovative and interactive.
The humanities program will prepare you to:
Gain practical professional experience through UA's optional cooperative education program in the applied mathematics field of your choice. Through co-op, you’ll alternate semesters of work and school while earning a competitive salary.
Depending on your professional interest, you should consider a co-op assignment in the legal profession, business, schools or government.
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A bachelor’s degree in humanities offers a wide range of career paths in a number
of fields, including:
Employment opportunities for humanities graduates are growing. Job prospects are especially good for those with advanced degrees.
Creates links among students, alumni and local professionals. You will have access to: