At JU, Humanities is all about making connections. Students learn how they, as individuals, connect with their own culture as well as other cultural traditions. JU offers a multidisciplinary program in humanities with a broad range of courses in humanities, fine arts, literature, history, language, science, philosophy and religion. Students develop critical thinking skills as they examine the aesthetic, intellectual, religious, social, and political worlds we live in, with relation to different times, places and people.
Humanities professors at JU know how to connect with students, too. In small class settings, students are encouraged to explore, question, and analyze. Engaged learning, internships and study abroad opportunities also connect students to real-world experience and provide invaluable lessons for life.
For additional or specific information, you can write, call or e-mail us:
Chair, Division of Humanities
Dr. Carole C. Barnett
Office: Counil 115
Office: Council 115
e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
904-256-7000 or 800-225-2027 (toll-free)