Our programs in the School of Humanities will help you think critically and creatively while considering diverse perspectives and preparing for employment in our global workforce. Find safety taking risks and expressing yourself as you develop communication skills that enable you to lend your voice to public dialogue around issues that you care about. With co-curricular activities, including the opportunity to contribute to the school newspaper, The Mesa Press, and the Speech and Debate Team, you can enrich your humanities education within and beyond the classroom.
Deepen your understanding of human communication. Whether you delve into the dynamics of face-to-face interactions or track online behaviors and trends, you will gain an awareness of the ways engagement varies across diverse audiences and media. Learn about our Communication Studies courses.
Explore powerful connections between the themes you read and our modern challenges. Through your literary exploration, you will uncover aspects of the human condition, compose your own thoughts, and express yourself creatively in courses that cater to your level of ability. Find an English class.
The English Language Acquisition (ELAC) courses are designed to prepare students to read, write, speak, and listen at a level that enables them to succeed in college courses.
Become an effective storyteller with hands-on training in our Journalism program. Learn how to interview, investigate, collect data, and report your findings. We’ll help you craft compelling narratives that analyze complex events across print and online media. Learn more about our Journalism classes.