Our humanities programs explore complex questions about the human condition and provide insight into how we understand ourselves and our role in today's world.
Our master’s program integrates core classes in the humanities - arts, ethics, history, language and literature, philosophy, religion - with elective courses in such areas as holistic counseling, international relations and rehabilitation counseling.
Our doctoral program begins with an investigation of the question, “What does it mean to be human in an age of advanced technology?” Students then choose from four areas of inquiry, which serve as the foundation for individualized research that culminates in the doctoral dissertation.
To meet the time demands of our working students, we offer classes at our Newport campus and online.
To request more information on our humanities programs, or to apply online, visit the admissions portal for the Office of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education. Have a quick question? Contact our enrollment counselor, Claudia Cordon.