N.E. Bou-Nacklie, Professor
William Doyle, Professor
Paul Silver, Professor, Department Chair
Sharon Cline, Associate Professor
David Plazek, Associate Professor
Sandra Noyes, Staff Assistant
The Department of Humanities offers programs designed to provide a deep understanding of human culture, traditions and languages while developing the critical thinking skills necessary for any career or graduate pursuit. History graduates are well-suited for careers in teaching, public service, museum work, historical preservation and the law, while political science graduates leave prepared for positions of responsibility in public and civic organizations. Students seeking a broad education and a solid foundation for future study at the bachelor or professional level may choose to major in the two-year General Studies program.
The Department of Humanities offers courses with the following designators: FRE (French), GEO (Geography), HIS (history), HUM (humanities), INT (interdisciplinary), PHI (philosophy), POS (political science) and SPA (Spanish). See full Course Descriptions .
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