The major in Humanities introduces students to the influential ideas of Western civilization. Students read great works of literature, history, philosophy, theology, and political theory and interact with them from a Christian perspective. Additional courses in philosophy, literature, and history prepare students for graduate work in seminary, classical studies, literature, history, law, or any other field in the liberal arts.
Below is a sample of the required courses. To see a complete list, view the academic catalog.
- HUM 3510 – Seminar in Theology & Culture
- HUM 3520 – Seminar in Philosophy and Science
- HUM 3530 – Seminar in History and Politics
- HUM 4599 – Senior Colloquium: History of Ideas
- PHI 2500 – Christian Philosophy: Worldview, Western Thought, and Apologetics
- PHI 3510 – Logic
- PHI 3520 – Rhetoric
- PHI 3550 – Epistemology