The 21st century will require workers who can adapt to rapid advances in knowledge and technology.
The degree programs in Arts and Humanities emphasize the skills of life-long learners--skills like critical analysis, problem solving, verbal and visual communication, and the use of technology for communication. These skills help our graduates keep up with progress.
We recognize that meeting the challenges of the 21st century will take more than analytical skills: it will take personal character.
Our classes encourage students to consider the ethical and spiritual dimensions of knowledge.
Dr. A. Wayne Glowka
Dean of Arts and Humanities