Posts in Arts & Humanities
Interdisciplinary Studies - Industrial Leadership 90-30, Bachelor

This flexible bachelor's degree offers you an opportunity to design a plan of studies, in consultation with an advisor, to meet your individual educational needs. You may choose this degree if you plan to enter an occupation that requires a broad general education, if you are seeking career advancement or personal intellectual enrichment, or if you are considering a preprofessional plan.

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Interdisciplinary Studies - Humanities 90-30, Bachelor

The BIS with a Specialization in Humanities is a Bachelor Completion program that prepares students to analyze, synthesize and interpret perennial and contemporary societal issues from a variety of humanistic perspectives. It develops graduates who can effectively communicate their ideas in innovative ways to aid personal and community-based problem-solving within and between cultures.

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Communication Studies, Bachelor of Arts

The Bachelors degree in Communication Studies offers coursework that enables students to construct, convey, and interpret communication in diverse contexts. The major prepares students to enter professions requiring proficiency in relational, group and public communication. Courses combine theory and practice to enhance the student's ability to communicate well in both career and personal life. Students develop their capacities in ethical and critical thinking, improving their abiility to articulate and defend their opinions as engaged citizens in a diverse world. 

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Liberal Arts, Bachelor of Arts

A student majoring in Liberal Arts through Personalized Learning will study broadly from history, philosophy, literature and the arts. The student will learn how to analyze, interpret and evaluate important cultural artifacts of diverse cultures.  This is a fresh, contemporary take on Liberal Arts in that each exercise in understanding important works of art and letters is immediately connected to relevant skills.

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Liberal Arts, Bachelor of Science

A student majoring in Liberal Arts through Personalized Learning will study broadly from history, philosophy, literature and the arts. The student will learn how to analyze, interpret and evaluate important cultural artifacts of diverse cultures.  This is a fresh, contemporary take on Liberal Arts in that each exercise in understanding important works of art and letters is immediately connected to relevant skills.

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Applied Linguistics, PhD

If language is humanity's most useful tool, then applied linguistics, as the study of language, puts that tool to work. The focus of applied linguistics is on trying to resolve language-based issues that people encounter in the real world (Grabe 2002). This dissertation-based degree allows students to customize their coursework and research around such areas as second language studies, teaching and assessment of language skills, corpus linguistics, grammar and discourse, pragmatics, psycholinguistics, and speech perception and production.

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Creative Writing, MFA

Are you a budding author? Do you have a strong desire to earn a graduate degree that allows you to be creative while educating you in practical job skills? Critical reading skills are crucial in any job, and writing skills are in demand from employers in many fields. Our degree will allow you to balance academic coursework in English with the serious study of creative writing.

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International Education Leadership, MEd

A Master of International Education degree from Northern Arizona University is your ticket to a fulfilling career in education anywhere in the world. Our stimulating program prepares you for rewarding work as a teacher, administrator, or researcher. Because the program is online, you can complete the course of study from almost any location, while taking advantage of the strong faculty mentorship and comprehensive support services provided to all NAU students.

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Liberal Arts, BS or BA

With Personalized Learning, you will delve into a broad field of study, including history, philosophy, literature, and the arts. Engage in a fresh, contemporary take on the liberal arts as you analyze, interpret and evaluate important cultural artifacts of diverse cultures.  Through our interdisciplinary approach, you’ll gain appreciation for how important works of art and letters are connected to relevant skills.

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