The Humanities Division will offer opportunities for students and community in Religion, Philosophy, Speech, and Mass Communication. The Humanities Division introduces students to various religious traditions, the study of philosophy and ethics, the craft of public speaking and communication, and the field of mass communication.
Courses taught and programs of study related to the Humanities include the History of World Religions, Survey of the Old Testament, Survey of the New Testament, Introduction to Philosophy, Ethics and Society, Basic Speech, Oral Communication, and Mass Media and Communication.
For a complete list of course offerings in this division, please click here.
For a list of Programs of Study within the Humanities Division, please click here.
Humanities Division Contact Information
Dr. Jonathan Watts
Humanities and Fine Arts Division Chair
Office: 100 English Building
Phone: (256) 840-4125
Dr. Mark Freshwater
Office: Norton Building
Office: 206S Bevill Center
English/Speech/Mass Communication Instructor
Office: 101 English Building