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Understanding those around us is fundamental to any career. As a Humanities major, you will learn about human behavior, study communication methods, and gain critical thinking skills that will help you excel in a variety of fields. Whether you choose to pursue politics, communication, or the arts, you will leave Trinity prepared to use your diversified skill set to make a difference in the workplace.
- 60 credit hours
- Various faculty/adjuncts across disciplines
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You’ll have the opportunity to participate in co-curricular activities on campus such as the school newspaper, student government, or intramural sports to hone your skills and develop community with other programs.
Requirements total 60 hours. Up to 20 hours required in the major may be used to meet general education requirements. The following courses are excluded: ENG 214, 241X, 242X, 243X, 441X, 442X, MU 214, applied music, and music organizations. The Humanities Major will not be granted as a third major in conjunction with a combination of two of the following majors: English, History, Music, Philosophy. In addition, courses applied toward the Humanities Major may not be used to count toward any minors. You’ll take interesting courses like:
- Survey of World Music
- Writing for the Media
- Topics in Military History
CAREERS & INTERNSHIPS
The diversified expertise you will gain as a Humanities major will give you a leg up in any field you are looking to enter after you graduate. Whether your interests lie in politics, law, philosophy, or even business, Trinity will prepare you to succeed.
Career Objectives Include:
Krista McIntyre, ’09
“My job isn’t just teaching, it’s bringing Christ to the lives of everyone I meet.”
- International Relations Specialist
- Media Critic
- Litigation Researcher
|First Discipline||English, History, Music, or Philosophy
(9 hours at 300 level or above)
|Second Discipline||English, History, Music, or Philosophy
(6 hours at 300 level or above)
|Third Discipline||English, History, Music, Philosophy,
Art, or a single foreign language
(3 hours at 300 level or above)