Every job, career and vocation requires critical thinking, dialogue, and curiosity. You can develop these skills in our undergraduate program. Reading ancient and modern texts, meeting with faculty in small classes, and connecting with communities through experiential education are just a few of the ways we can help you become who you want to be.

Community Engagement

Explore the concept of vibrant and healthy communities

Psychology

A humanities-based approach to understanding and working with people

International Studies

Learn to ask questions about the world around you

Literature

Find meaning in the beauty of the written word

History

Learn how the societies that shape us came into being

Philosophy

Develop critical thinking skills & tackle the big questions

Religious Studies

Analyzing the past and the present through the lens of religious traditions