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.
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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:
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.