With a major or minor in the School of Humanities, you will study societies and their cultures, including inquiry into human values and human expression. You will gain critical thinking, written and oral communication skills, and professional discipline using experiential learning, collaboration and application of theory to meet rigorous academic expectations. You will be prepared with real-world skills for work in a variety of fields after graduation — including professional employment opportunities, admittance to top graduate schools and professional schools (law, medicine or related fields) and a variety of postgraduate opportunities.