Departments & Majors
Prepare for an exciting future! The diversity of courses offered within the college permits students to explore various fields to aid them in career decisions.
The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences has approximately 125 faculty and lecturers, 15 staff members, 1,500 undergraduate and 200 graduate students from the departments of Communication; Criminal Justice and Political Science; Emergency Management; English; History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies; Modern Languages; Music; Sociology and Anthropology; Theatre Arts; and Visual Arts. Master’s and doctoral degrees are offered in most departments. See theFaculty and Staff List for the names of AHSS department professors, lecturers, and administrative staff.
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum Guide
In addition to preparing students for a livelihood in a highly competitive society, our academic majors provide skills that generalize to the world in which our graduates will live. Critical thinking, an ability to communicate in all media, an appreciation of the diversity of ideas that constitute the intellectual marketplace, and a recognition of the importance of all traditions to creating our present cultural and international tapestry, will hold our students in good stead across their professional and personal lives.
- Agricultural Communication
- Health Communication
- Management Communication
- New Media & Web Design
- Public Relations and Advertising
- Criminal Justice
- Criminology/Corrections/Law Enforcement
- Political Science
- Public Service
- Literature and Writing
- English Education
- Public History
- Community Development