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The College of Arts and Letters offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in the humanities and social sciences. Our programs explore the dynamics of human experiences, personal identities, cultural and cross-cultural expressions and practices, and philosophical beliefs regarding human life and existence. As a community of learners, students deepen their understanding of history and prehistory, literatures, languages, religions, gender, ethnicity, class and race, and social and political actions. Our faculty are highly qualified, recognized experts in their disciplines, who make excellence in teaching, as well as research their priority.

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Graduate Program in Linguistics

The Master’s degree in Linguistics provides broad educational opportunities through two specializations: General Linguistics and TESOL/Applied Linguistics. In both programs, specialized courses build on a foundation of core courses in theoretical linguistics.

Major in European Studies

The European Studies major offers students a comprehensive, interdisciplinary study of the issues and ideas influencing the dynamic European region. It prepares students for diverse careers in business, government, humanitarian work, international consulting and tourism.

Certificate in Professional Writing

The Department of Rhetoric and Writing offers a Certificate in Professional Writing. This certificate curriculum offers courses that model workplace communication, reinforce best practices of collaborative writing, and encourage hands-on, real-world skills.


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