226 Armstrong Hall
Academic programs of the College of Arts and Humanities range from traditional liberal arts to interdisciplinary studies. Programs include art, English, humanities,mass media, music, philosophy,Scandinavian studies, communication studies, theatre and dance and world languages & cultures. Post baccalaureate work, leading to a Master's degree, is available in many of the programs. The combined strengths of approximately 95 faculty members with diverse backgrounds provide the base for a unique educational experience. The College contributes to the aesthetic, cultural, intellectual, and social environment of the campus and community through extensive programming of public events. Student advising services are available in the dean's office. More information can be found on the College of Arts and Humanities website.