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College of Humanities and Sciences
Sharpen your problem solving and critical thinking skills.
Our degree programs are designed to help students develop a deeper understanding of the world around us. Students are challenged to expand their base of knowledge, learn valuable communication skills and develop critical thinking and technical abilities that are in demand in the workplace.
From communication to environmental science, our programs allow you to focus your studies around your professional goals and interests. Gain a wider perspective of the world around you and learn how you can have a positive impact through communication and knowledge.
There are many paths you can take when you study at the College of Humanities and Sciences. With degrees covering everything from Environmental Science to English, you can follow your interests and gain valuable knowledge that broadens your horizon.
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Humanities and Sciences Programs
We offer a wide range of interesting and thought-provoking degree programs. Explore them all to find a program that fits in with your professional, academic and personal goals.
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The College of Humanities and Sciences makes it possible for working adults to pursue their degree with programs that are offered online and on-campus. Our programs utilize innovative simulation activities to enhance your critical-thinking and writing skills. Learn more about our curriculum, convenient programs and experienced faculty by calling an Enrollment Representative today.
While widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Certificate programs are widely available in an online format but generally not available at our campus locations. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.