In the Bachelor of Arts in Humanities degree, students investigate the development of culture, values and worldviews through an interdisciplinary study of history, literature, philosophy, religion and arts. The humanities program prepares students to understand culture and engage the world, both professionally and intellectually, as ambassadors of Christ. Students may elect to specialize in any of the following: English, literature, philosophy, writing, or interdisciplinary studies.
The degree program can include either: the Minor in Biblical Studies and a specialization in English, Literature, Philosophy, Writing or Interdisciplinary Studies; or a dual major in Biblical Studies.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the different elements within culture, such as literature, philosophy, arts, religion and history.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the major trends in the history of ideas in the Western tradition and their role in the making of the modern world.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the dynamics of influencing culture as ambassadors for Christ.