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School of Humanities

The School of Humanities fosters a dynamic and enriching academic environment dedicated to the exploration of human culture, language, and thought. With a commitment to interdisciplinary inquiry and critical thinking, our programs empower students to engage deeply with the complexities of the human experience and develop a broad understanding of the world around them. Through innovative teaching methods and hands-on learning opportunities, we prepare students to become insightful communicators, empathetic global citizens, and leaders in diverse fields. Join us at the School of Humanities to embark on a transformative journey of intellectual discovery and personal growth.

Undergraduate Programs

01.

Bachelor of Arts in English Literature

Offers students a comprehensive understanding of English literature from various periods and genres. Students explore literary works, critical theories, and cultural contexts to develop analytical and interpretive skills.

Curriculum Outline:

  • Introduction to English Literature
  • Shakespearean Literature
  • Modernist Literature
  • Postcolonial Literature

Future Career Paths:

Graduates can pursue careers as writers, editors, teachers, librarians, or pursue further studies in literature or related fields. The program typically takes four years to complete.

02.

Bachelor of Arts in History

The Bachelor of Arts in History program provides students with a deep understanding of historical events, movements, and societies. Students analyze primary sources, engage in historical research, and develop critical thinking skills.

Curriculum Outline:

  • World History: Ancient Civilizations
  • European History: Renaissance to Enlightenment
  • American History: Colonial Period to Civil War
  • Asian History: Modernization and Globalization

Future Career Paths:

Graduates can pursue careers as historians, educators, archivists, museum curators, or pursue further studies in history or related fields. The program typically takes four years to complete.

03.

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy

The Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy program explores fundamental questions about existence, knowledge, ethics, and reality. Students develop critical thinking, logical reasoning, and argumentation skills.

Curriculum Outline:

    • Introduction to Philosophy
    • Ethics and Moral Philosophy
    • Metaphysics and Epistemology
    • Political Philosophy

Future Career Paths:

Graduates can pursue careers in law, politics, academia, business, or pursue further studies in philosophy or related fields. The program typically takes four years to complete.

04.

Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics

The Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics program focuses on the scientific study of language and its structure, including phonetics, syntax, semantics, and sociolinguistics. Students analyze language patterns and variations.

Curriculum Outline:

  • Introduction to Linguistics
  • Phonetics and Phonology
  • Syntax and Morphology

Future Career Paths:

Graduates can pursue careers as language instructors, speech pathologists, translators, interpreters, or pursue further studies in linguistics or related fields. The program typically takes four years to complete.

05.

Bachelor of Arts in Cultural Studies

The Bachelor of Arts in Cultural Studies program examines cultural phenomena and social dynamics from interdisciplinary perspectives. Students analyze cultural texts, practices, and identities.

Curriculum Outline:

  • Introduction to Cultural Studies
  • Media and Popular Culture
  • Gender and Sexuality Studies
  • Globalization and Cultural Diversity

Future Career Paths:

Graduates can pursue careers in media, arts administration, community development, cultural heritage management, or pursue further studies in cultural studies or related fields. The program typically takes four years to complete.

This Is Why

You Should Choose Us

Interdisciplinary Approach

Fosters an interdisciplinary approach, allowing students to explore connections between literature, history, philosophy, linguistics, and cultural studies, providing a holistic understanding of human society and culture.

Critical Thinking Skills

Students develop critical thinking skills through rigorous analysis of texts, historical events, and cultural phenomena, enabling them to assess complex issues, formulate informed opinions,communicate effectively in diverse contexts.

Cultural and Global Awareness

School of Humanities promotes cultural and global awareness by studying diverse cultural traditions, languages, and historical perspectives, preparing students to engage with multicultural societies.

“Language is the road map of a culture. It tells you where its people come from and where they are going."

– Rita Mae Brown

Some of Our

Doctoral Programs

  • Program Description: The Doctor of Philosophy in Literary Studies program offers advanced research and scholarship opportunities in literary theory, criticism, and textual analysis. Students conduct original research and contribute to the field of literary studies.

  • Curriculum Outline:

    1. Advanced Literary Theory
    2. Seminar in Comparative Literature
    3. Dissertation Research and Writing
  • Future Career Paths: Graduates can pursue academic careers as literature professors, researchers, or pursue leadership roles in literary organizations. The program typically takes three to five years to complete.

  • Program Description: The Doctor of Philosophy in History program focuses on advanced research in historical scholarship, interpretation, and analysis. Students explore specialized areas of historical inquiry and make original contributions to historical knowledge.

  • Curriculum Outline:

    1. Advanced Historical Research Methods
    2. Seminar in Specialized Historical Field
    3. Dissertation Research and Writing
  • Future Career Paths: Graduates can pursue academic careers as historians, researchers, or pursue leadership roles in historical institutions. The program typically takes three to five years to complete.

  • Program Description: The Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophy program offers advanced study in philosophical research, analysis, and argumentation. Students engage in original philosophical inquiry and contribute to philosophical knowledge.

  • Curriculum Outline:

    1. Advanced Seminar in Philosophical Inquiry
    2. Dissertation Proposal Development
    3. Dissertation Research and Writing
  • Future Career Paths: Graduates can pursue academic careers as philosophy professors, researchers, or pursue leadership roles in philosophical organizations. The program typically takes three to five years to complete.