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College of Humanities
About the College of Humanities
The College of Humanities offers bachelor's degrees in Communication and English, as well as a variety of courses in the humanities including arts, history, ethics, culture, philosophy, literature, political science, religion, and language. The interdisciplinary component in the English degree allows you to choose courses from another discipline outside of your major to expand your knowledge. Our robust curriculum combines the latest in academic theory with real-world application. Talk with an enrollment advisor today to learn more.
Learn Through Practice and Collaboration
The historical and social perspectives you'll gain as a humanities student will strengthen your independent thinking and understanding of other people and cultures. The skills you'll acquire during your studies—the ability to analyze and organize data and the ability to consider and accept other perspectives—are skills you can apply to any situation.
Whether you complete courses online or at a University of Phoenix campus location, you will be learning in small, student-centered classes that ensure a collaborative and supportive educational environment. By working in learning team environments, you'll collaborate with other students to apply what you learn to real situations.
Every humanities class is led by faculty with advanced degrees, who have real-world knowledge of the fields they teach. Their firsthand experience brings invaluable lessons to the classroom that can't be found in a textbook and bridges the gap between theory and real-world application. Begin your educational journey today.
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