- Humanities and Cultural Studies, B.A.enables students to understand the production of meaning by human cultures and to focus on particular cultural or critical areas for more sustained study and applications. Throughout the degree program, students learn to read and think critically, write and argue persuasively, and engage in relevant research in the Humanities while developing their own skills of critical evaluation and constructive engagement.
- Philosophy, B.A. provides students with opportunities to investigate the connections between intellectual pursuits and moral and public virtue. This program aims to provide students with the theoretical skills and knowledge to engage with the complex issues of our time
- Religion and Cultural Studies, B.A. is an interdisciplinary program, providing students with the knowledge base and intellectual, communication, and interpersonal skills essential to success in any career. More specifically, knowledge of religion - and the ability to think clearly and communicate effectively about it