Purpose and Objectives
The primary purpose of the Humanities program is to assist students as they prepare for graduate study, including seminary education, by helping them develop a Christian worldview. The objectives of the Humanities program are as follows:
- To provide exposure to basic areas of study in philosophy, literature, culture, and language
- To help students use the Bible as the source of integration for various fields of knowledge
- To prepare students for further study and education through a broader exposure to general liberal arts education
- To assist students in their ability to develop a Christian worldview in the context of our culture
- To stimulate an interest in various cultures
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- Graduate study: The Humanities program assists students who are looking ahead to graduate study by providing them with a broad education before they narrow the focus of their studies in graduate school.
- Seminary preparation: Some seminary programs encourage students to pursue a general liberal arts education in their undergraduate studies. The Humanities program provides a course of study that meets this demand.
- Life-long learning: Students who learn how to think critically during their college years lay a foundation for further learning and intellectual growth throughout their lives. Many job situations demand first and foremost the ability to think critically.
English Minor Program Coordinator
B.A., Taylor University; M.A., Indiana University; Ph.D. Candidate, University of South CarolinaRead More...
General Education Division Chair, Humanities Program Director
B.S., Multnomah Bible College; M.A., Ph.D., Baylor UniversityRead More...
Applied English Program Coordinator
B.A., University of South Carolina; M.A., Columbia International University; additional graduate studies, University of South CarolinaRead More...