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The humanities concentration in the interdisciplinary studies master’s program allows students to explore and integrate humanities disciplines through individually tailored degree plans. Students are not restricted to three academic disciplines or areas of the university. The component academic fields from which students draw could include anthropology; communications; creative writing; English; history; journalism; linguistics; music; philosophy and religion; media studies; sociology; theatre; visual arts; and world languages, literatures and cultures.
Students will formulate a degree plan that reflects their academic and career goals. Courses for humanities credit must be approved by the humanities concentration director and the faculty advisory committee.
Both thesis and non-thesis options are available for completion of the degree. Students will develop a degree plan with the aid and approval of the program coordinator, the concentration director and a three-member faculty advisory committee composed of representatives from at least two different disciplines in the humanities. This committee will also serve to evaluate the thesis, portfolio or project.
For additional information, please visit the Interdisciplinary Studies program page.