The Liberal Arts Major
Humanities at Michigan Tech offers particularly rich curricula in the area of computer-supported learning environments for English and language arts and a cadre of outstanding professors who are well versed in literature, poetry, drama, journalism, multimedia, linguistics, composition, and rhetoric. Liberal Arts majors choose from three concentrations:
Many Liberal Arts majors use their degree to prepare for advanced study in medicine, law, education, or information technology. Liberal Arts majors also take classes in British, American, and world literatures, as well as writing, rhetoric, linguistics, fine arts, technology, and the visual and performing arts.
Students who can think critically and write, read, and communicate effectively are in increasing demand in every field. In this major you will learn to be an enterprising thinker, communicator, leader and manager. Our graduates have become secondary school teachers, gone on to law school or graduate school in areas such as environmental journalism, library science, and rhetoric and technical communication, and obtained positions at companies such as Rollerblade, IBM, Ford, Unisys, Land's End, and the Discovery Channel.