The Humanities Program
The Humanities Program, an Interdisciplinary Studies concentration, encourages students to take a broad and integrative view of the arts and the humanities. The curriculum includes the study of art, music, drama, foreign languages, history, philosophy, literature, and religion. As components of culture, these studies provide a deeper understanding of the individual and of the world.Career Opportunities
The art of being human/humane is the focus of this concentration. This focus enhances almost every possible career choice, whether education, business, government, human services, journalism, communication, or entertainment.The Ursuline Studies Program
The heart of an Ursuline education is the Ursuline Studies Program
. By its very nature, the Ursuline Studies Program is committed to the development and enrichment of all students. As an outcomes-based curriculum, the program views assessment of academic progress as an essential part of each course and each stage of development.
The Ursuline Studies Program involves a series of writing-intensive interdisciplinary courses that total 49 credit hours and serve as the liberal arts core of an Ursuline College education. The program highlights personal development, the cultivation of academic abilities and the exploration of a coherent, integrated body of knowledge drawn from a variety of disciplines. Minor requirements/audit sheet (.pdf)