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Humanities

Professor Adam Lusk, a caucasian male, with an ethnically diverse class

Humanities

Blue circle with an hourglass and a quill and ink
Since the dawn of humanity, humans have set out to create a civilization that is far more beautiful and complex than anything imaginable. To fully understand where we are today, we must scrutinize from where we have come and the journey we’ve taken to get here. Courses in Humanities examine the histories, the great works of art and literature, and the big questions that humans have asked from the beginning of our existence. With classes in history, English, and philosophy, students gain the knowledge to think critically, base their decisions on evidence, and improve their appreciation of the world in which we live.