Students in the College of Arts and Letters explore human expression, experience, and values through a wide variety of subject areas including the creative and performing arts, film, languages and literature, art history, philosophy, global studies and religious studies, as well as the interdisciplinary fields of American studies, classical studies, digital hummanities, film studies, global studies, humanities, humanities-prelaw, and women's studies.
Click on the links below for information on the College of Arts and Letters Majors. Degree requirements can change from year to year. If you are not a current first-year student, your requirements may be different than those currently posted on the Registrar's site. If in doubt, check with your advisor or the office of undergraduate studies, 2nd floor, Linton Hall.
NOTE: An asterisk indicates a teaching major is available.
Click on the links below for information on the College of Arts and Letters Minors.
NOTE: An asterisk indicates a teaching minor is available.
Click on the links below for information on the College of Arts and Letters Specializations.