Bachelor of Science in Humanities

Motivated? Disciplined? Intrigued about pursuing a topic, theme or cross-cultural project that involves a variety of domains? Then you’ll want to major in humanities at Albertus Magnus College.

You’ll work with an AMC advisor to outline a program that includes at least five of the following fields:

  • Art
  • Communications
  • English
  • History
  • Foreign language
  • Philosophy and Religious Studies

Although your interests cross traditional boundaries, you must focus on a particular theme, topic or historical period in order to gain a deeper understanding of your subject. In addition, you’ll participate in an interdisciplinary synthesizing seminar or an interdisciplinary independent study project.

All first-year students participate in the Invitation to Insight core program that uses current media technologies, innovative instructional methods and learning teams to view the human journey from the broad perspective of the humanities.

Inter-departmental major programs include:

  • General Studies
  • Humanities
  • Human Services
  • Social Science

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Where Will Your Degree Take You?

Public Relations Manager

Travel Agent

Artist

Lawyer

Technical Writer

Event Organizer

Program Of Study (45 credits)

Required Courses (45 credits)

A synthesizing seminar or an independent study project (3 to 6 credits), interdisciplinary in character, is required as part of the 45 credits.

Although the field of concentration crosses departmental lines, some particular theme, topic, or historical period should serve as a focal point. The student should, with the assistance of the director who must approve the selection and distribution of the courses, select a sufficient number of courses around this focal point to assure a more profound understanding of the area of study.