The Bachelor of Arts in Humanities at WSU Vancouver is an interdisciplinary liberal arts degree program that accommodates a wide range of interests. This broad range of coursework helps you develop skills that are in high demand in our evolving economy.
Humanities majors may earn a concentration in one of the following:
- Criminal Justice
- Digital Technology and Culture
- Fine Arts
- Foreign Languages and Cultures
- Human Development
- Political Science
- Women's Studies
To round out the humanities degree, this concentration is combined with study in a second humanities field, a social sciences field, business or human development.
Humanities graduates have the skills to pursue many different occupations or go on for an advanced degree. They may become artists, counselors, editors, education administrators, lawyers, librarians, museum staff members, teachers, travel agents or another of a multitude of possibilities.
With a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities from WSU Vancouver, you can:
- Integrate learned knowledge from the arts, humanities, social sciences and sciences and apply them to real-life scenarios.
- Know how to search, select, analyze and use information to solve current societal challenges.
- Obtain and use quantitative information in a variety of ways.
- Communicate conclusions, interpretations and implications clearly, concisely and effectively, both orally and in writing for different audiences.
- Realize the impact and importance to society of ethics, aesthetics and diversity.