DEPARTMENT OF INTERDISCIPLINARY HUMANITIES
At JU, Humanities is all about making connections. Students learn how they, as individuals, connect with their own culture as well as other cultural traditions. JU offers a multidisciplinary program in humanities with a broad range of courses in humanities, fine arts, literature, history, language, science, philosophy and religion. Students develop critical thinking skills as they examine the aesthetic, intellectual, religious, social, and political worlds we live in, with relation to different times, places and people.
Humanities professors at JU know how to connect with students, too. In small class settings, students are encouraged to explore, question, and analyze. Engaged learning, internships and study abroad opportunities also connect students to real-world experience and provide invaluable lessons for life.
- The Humanities major provides the basis of a strong liberal arts education, the optimum for success in a number of fields ranging from law, education, journalism, medicine and the corporate realm.
- All Humanities courses meet the requirements of the Core Curriculum. Note: ENGL 103 and 203 are prerequisites.
- Study Abroad opportunities are offered in the summer terms:
- Some study abroad course offerings include study in New York, Italy, and Greece.
- Check our major requirements here http://ju.edu
For additional or specific information, you can write, call or e-mail us:
Dr. Carole C. Barnett (Full Professor)
Office: Counil 115
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Dr. Joana Owens (Associate Professor)
Office: Council 129
Office of Admission
904-256-7000 or 800-225-2027 (toll-free)