School of Arts & Humanities
The School of Arts and Humanities is the largest of the university's four schools. The mission of the School of Arts and Humanities is to provide a quality liberal arts education which equips students with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to function effectively in their chosen areas of study in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. The School's faculty and staff nurture a vision of excellence which prepares students to assume productive leadership and service roles in a changing global society. Quality instruction, engaging research ideas and technologies, and responsive public service are the tools used to prepare students and citizens for the challenges of the 21st century.
The School of Arts and Humanities consists of five undergraduate departments that focus on the arts, humanities, social sciences, social work and criminal justice in order to strengthen critical thinking and analysis, problem-solving capabilities, communication skills and interpretive insights for students that are essential for effective performance in their pre-professional and professional program endeavors and careers. Opportunities exist to participate in teacher education programs in art, English, history or music.