Humanities Minor

photo: fountain between Central Classroom Building and Old Cafeteria Building on El Paseo de Ceasar Chavez

Cynthia Rostankowski
Clark Hall 441
Phone: (408)924-4508
Fax: (408)924-4576

This interdisciplinary program offers students the opportunity to study the humanites (including art, history, literature, philosophy, and religion) as expressed in American, Asian, European, and other world cultures. In addition to the focus on a better understanding of the humanities, there is emphasis upon thinking and writing skills, critical reasoning and effective communication. The program thus provides useful preparation for careers in research, teaching, law, public service, or government.

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