The liberal arts have always been at the core of the college experience. The Division of Humanities & Social Sciences offers programs that focus on a broad understanding of the world while developing writing, communication, critical thinking, research, and analytical problem solving skills. Humanities courses introduce students to the cultural forces that shape human existence from artistic, literary, philosophical and linguistic perspectives. Social Sciences courses focus on the understanding of the human condition and organizations through the study of history, cultures, social structures, and populations. Courses in this Division include anthropology, art, art history, communications, critical thinking, English, film, foreign language, government, history, literature, music, philosophy, photography, psychology, and sociology.
ProgramsAssociate Degree in Arts