The Arts & Humanities offer countless opportunities to explore the reach of human reason, creativity, and imagination. There are many pathways into this intellectual richness. Some students prefer to begin with an introductory overview of a broad subject, while others would rather dive into something tightly focused. Some enjoy lecture classes, while others thrive in seminars. Learn more here.
In the words of Charlemagne, "To have another language is to possess a second soul.” Explore over eighty language pathways.
Explore creative pathways in the arts through courses funded by the Elson Family Arts Initiative.
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Professor Jennifer Roberts, History of Art and Architecture
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