HUMANITIES AND COMMUNICATION Arts
Professor M. Dantonio-Madsen, Chair
Humanities and Communication Arts
Office: Vaux Hall Room 10-E
The Department of Humanities and Communication Arts offers bachelors degree programs in Fine Art, Graphic Design, Communications, English, Music, Theater Arts, and Liberal Studies. The Department also offers minors in Art, Communications, English, French, Spanish, Philosophy, Voice, and Theater.
Courses in the Department of Humanities and Communication Arts combine critical thinking and social awareness with practical skills in communication technology as well as oral, written, and artistic expression. The variety of majors and minors available in the department enables students to combine programs that qualify them for careers and graduate school, enhance the quality of their lives, and prepare them to become citizens of the global community.
The Department accomplishes the mission and goals of the university by supporting a broad liberal arts core and providing challenging and enriching degree programs. Students are guided and mentored through faculty advising, department-sponsored student organizations and performance groups, and a variety of internship opportunities.
Note that students must maintain a 2.5 cumulative grade point average. For extensive information on course offerings and requirements, refer to the university catalog.