Arts & Humanities

Welcome to the Department of Arts and Humanities


The Department of Arts and Humanities is a diverse community of students and scholars in a wide-range of fields, including history, philosophy, art, music, art administration, bilingual and bicultural education, teaching English as a second language, applied linguistics, English and social studies. The diversity of our inquiries and the people who engage these fields is among our greatest attributes.

Choose Your Program

Need help choosing a program? View the tabs below or contact us directly, and we will be happy to help.

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Arts

If you have a background in the performing or visual arts, or an interest in working in cultural institutions like museums, we offer the following arts-based programs:

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Humanities

If you have an interest in the humanities, we offer the following humanities-based programs:

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Language

If you have a background in languages, including English, we offer the following language-based programs:

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Teacher Ed

If you do not have a background in education but aspire to a career in teaching in PK-12 schools, we offer the following Master of Arts Initial Certification programs:

Our Programs

Each of our nine degree and three non-degree programs offer our students the skills and knowledge they need to thrive and assume leadership in today’s changing cultural and educational environment.


Applied Linguistics & TESOL

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Art & Art Education

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Arts Administration

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Bilingual/Bicultural Education

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Dance Education

English Education

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History & Education

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Music & Music Education

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Philosophy & Education

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Social Studies Education

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Non-Degree Programs


Community Language Program

Community Language Program

TCSOL Certificate

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TESOL Certificate

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